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Elastic wave propagation in transversely isotropic media

Author: Robert G Payton
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1983.
Series: Mechanics of elastic and inelastic solids, 4.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Bibliographic data : English
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In this monograph I record those parts of the theory of transverse isotropic elastic wave propagation which lend themselves to an exact treatment, within the framework of linear theory. Emphasis is placed on transient wave motion problems in two- and three-dimensional unbounded and semibounded solids for which explicit results can be obtained, without resort to approximate methods of integration. The mathematical  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Bibliographic data, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert G Payton
ISBN: 9789400968660 9400968663 9789400968684 940096868X
OCLC Number: 840306215
Description: 1 online resource (208 pages).
Contents: 1. Basic equations --
1. The Linearized Equations of Motion of an Anisotropic Elastic Solid --
2. The Effect on the Equations of Motion of a Coordinate Rotation --
3. The Elasticities for a Transversely Isotropic Solid --
4. The Constraints on the c??'s of Positive Definiteness --
5. The Constraints on the c??'s of Strong Ellipticity --
6. The Uncoupled Equations of Motion in Two-Dimensions --
7. The Uncoupled Equations of Motion in Three-Dimensions --
8. Some Other Transversely Isotropic Continuum Theories --
2. Wave front shape caused by a point source in unbounded media --
I Two Space Dimensions --
II Three Space Dimensions --
3. Green's tensor for the displacement field in unbounded media --
I Two Space Dimensions --
II Three Space Dimensions --
4. Surface motion of a two-dimensional half-space (Lamb's problem) --
1. Formulation of the Problem --
2. Integral Transform Representation of the Solution When the Fourier Inversion Path is Free of Branch Points --
3. Transform Inversion for Materials Satisfying Condition (1) of Table 11 --
4. Transform Inversion for Materials Satisfying Condition (2) of Table 11 --
5. Transform Inversion for Materials Satisfying Condition (3) of Table 11 --
6. Graph of the Surface Displacements for Some Hexagonal Crystals --
5. Epicenter and epicentral-axis motion of a three-dimensional half-space --
1. Problem Formulation for the Epicenter Motion of a Half-Space Due to the Sudden Application of a Buried Point Source --
2. Transform Inversion at the Epicenter for Materials Satisfying Condition (1) of Table 11 --
3. Discussion of the?-Plane Branch Points and the Cagniard Path When the Real?-Axis is Not Free of Branch Points --
4. Transform Inversion at the Epicenter for Materials Satisfying Conditions (2) and (3) of Table 11 --
5. Discussion of the Epicenter Vertical Displacement for Some Hexagonal Crystals --
6. Vertical Displacement Along the Epicentral-Axis Due to a Surface Point Load Acting Normal to the Surface --
7. Body Forces Equivalent to Internal Discontinuities in an Anisotropic Elastic Solid --
References --
Author index.
Series Title: Mechanics of elastic and inelastic solids, 4.
Responsibility: by Robert G. Payton.

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The range of the parameter variation is limited by stability considerations in the case of small deformations super- posed on large deformation problems and (what is essentially the same thing) by  Read more...

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