Plane Scattering Problem for an Inclusion of Non-classical Shape with a Thin Interphase Layer
The null-field method is applied to two-dimensional problems on P- and SV-waves scattering on an elastic inclusion of non-classical shape with a thin interphase layer of low rigidity. The interaction between the inclusion and its surrounding is modeled by means of the effective conditions imposed on the contour of the inclusion. The amplitudes of the scattering waves are analyzed in a far-wave field.
KeywordsScattering of P- or SV-waves Elastic inclusion of Non-classical cross-section Thin interphase layer Effective boundary condition Null-field approach
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