Propagation of Seismic Waves in Block Elastic-Fluid Media. III
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The propagation of seismic waves in block two- and three-dimensional media is investigated. These media are composed of identical cells in which there are several fluid blocks and one elastic block. For these media, effective models, which are anisotropic fluids, are established. Formulas for the velocities of propagation in these fluids are derived and investigated. A special investigation is carried out in the cases where the elastic block occupies almost the entire cell or where the relative volume of the elastic block is very small. Bibliography: 9 titles.
KeywordsRelative Volume Seismic Wave Special Investigation Identical Cell Effective Model
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