Reflection of Acoustic Waves Falling Under a Direct Angle to the Interface of Two Polydisperse Multi-Fraction Gas Suspensions
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The features of the reflection and refraction of an acoustic wave passing through the boundary of two polydisperse multifraction gas suspensions at a right angle are studied in the work. A mathematical model is presented. Dispersion relation is obtained. Formulas for calculating the impedance of a polydisperse multifraction gas suspension, reflection and refraction coefficients are derived. The dependence of the module of the reflection coefficient on the dimensionless frequency is plotted.
Keywords and phrasesgas suspension acoustic waves dispersion equation impedance reflection coefficient refraction coefficient
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