Response of loose bonding on reflection and transmission of elastic waves at interface between elastic solid and micropolar porous cubic crystal
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The problem of reflection and transmission of plane periodic waves incident on the interface between the loosely bonded elastic solid and micropolar porous cubic crystal half spaces is investigated. This is done by assuming that the interface behaves like a dislocation, which preserves the continuity of traction while allowing a finite amount of slip. Amplitude ratios of various reflected and transmitted waves have been depicted graphically. Some special cases of interest have been deduced from the present investigation.
Key wordsmicropolar porous cubic crystal reflection coefficients transmission coefficients bonding parameter
Chinese Library ClassificationO345 O11
2000 Mathematics Subject Classification74A10 74A35 74A60 74B05 74J05 74J10 74J15
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