Approaches to acoustic fluid elastic structure interactions Miguel C. Junger J. Acoust. Soc. Am.

 82, 1115 (1987) Major stages are defined in the evolution of analytical, nonnumerical approaches to the vibrations of elastic shells and plates in an acoustic fluid and to the resulting sound field. Concepts are described in roughly chronological order: Em erging from a prehistory of interaction solutions based on the Laplace or plane?wave approximations, analyses of structures compatible with rigorous normal mode sol utions when radiation loaded; solutions in terms of wavenumber transforms whose asymptotic evaluation permits the explicit formulation of the farfield; substitu tion of the actual structure by an infinite, analytically tractable structure di splaying a similar supersonic wavenumber spectrum, though the subsonic portions of the wavenumber spectra differ.

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