On the Growth and Decay of One-Dimensional Acceleration Waves
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Paper I of this series laid the foundations of a theory of one-dimensional shock and acceleration waves in general nonlinear materials with memory and gave formulae for the velocity of such waves .* There the reader will find a detailed explanation of the terminology to be used here and examples of circumstances in which the behavior of three-dimensional bodies is described by the one-dimensional theory.
KeywordsReference Configuration Linear Viscoelasticity Ultrasonic Attenuation Simple Material Critical Amplitude
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