The Null Field Equations
In the preceding chapters we solved various boundary value problems associated with the high-frequency stationary oscillations of thin elastic plates, by means of quasi-Fredholm boundary integral equations. We now consider the so-called null field method (also known as the T-matrix, or extended boundary condition, method) which, although not generating integral equations in the classical sense, makes use of many of the ideas that we have introduced earlier.
KeywordsNeumann Problem Unique Solvability Stationary Oscillation Unknown Boundary Solution Pair
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