Spherical Waves Scattering from Planar Boundaries
In this chapter we consider the scattering of a spherical wave from a planar boundary separating two different fluids with densities ρ j and sound speeds c j (j = 1, 2). This is the same geometry considered in Chap. 3 with the additional complication that all incidence angles are now possible. For the point source located at x′(z′ > 0) in the upper fluid (fluid 1) and the receiver at x which could occur in either fluid we have the geometry illustrated in Fig. 4.1.
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