Diffraction of a plane wave on a slippery elastic wedge
Diffraction of a plane elastic wave on a slippery wedge is considered; by a slippery wedge we mean a wedge in which the tangent tension and the normal component of the displacement vector are equal to zero on its surface. It is known that one can construct an explicit solution of this problem. The Sommerfeld representation of this solution is found in construct the paper. Bibliography: 6 titles.
KeywordsRussia Plane Wave Elastic Wave Displacement Vector Normal Component
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