Scattering of plane harmonic waves on a cylindrical cavity with an elliptical cross section in an orthotropic medium
The diffraction of a plane longitudinal harmonic wave on a cavity with a smooth curvilinear cross section in a rectilinearly orthotropic medium is solved by using small perturbations in the elastic moduli and introducing generalized wave potentials. Results are presented from a numerical analysis of the dynamic stresses in the near diffraction field and at the boundary of an elliptical cavity including variations in the relative incident wavelength, eccentricity of the cavity, and degree of anisotropy of the medium.
KeywordsIncident Wave Anisotropic Medium Cylindrical Cavity Elliptical Cross Section Diffraction Field
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