3 edition of Inhomogeneous Waves in Solids and Fluids (Series in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics) found in the catalog.
by World Scientific Pub Co Inc
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||150|
The authors review the concept of inhomogeneous waves and complete the work done by previous authors. By considering the propagation of an inhomogeneous wave they were able to derive a system of equations which couple Maxwell and potential equations in two different manners and show the importance of the telegrapher's equation with Heaviside's condition. The effect of horizontally inhomogeneous flows on internal wave propagation in a stratified ocean with a constant Brunt-Väisälä frequency is analysed. Dispersion characteristics of internal waves in a moving fluid and kinematics of wave packets in smoothly inhomogeneous flows are considered using wave-normal by:
Applied Wave Mathematics: Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods (55−81).. Heidelberg: Springer. /_5. Publikatsiooni tüüp. 1 longitudinal waves – the disturbance moves parallel to the direction of propagation. Examples: sound waves, compressional elastic waves (P-waves in geophysics); 2 transverse waves – the disturbance moves perpendicular to the direction of propagation. Examples: waves on a string or membrane, shear waves (S-waves in geophysics), water waves.
World Scientific has published a new book by Arkadi Berezovski, Jüri Engelbrecht and Gerard A. Maugin. NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF WAVES AND FRONTS IN INHOMOGENEOUS SOLIDS. This book shows the advances methods of numerical simulation of waves and fronts propagation in inhomogeneous solids and introduces related important ideas associated with tyhe application of numerical methods . In electromagnetism and applications, an inhomogeneous electromagnetic wave equation, or nonhomogeneous electromagnetic wave equation, is one of a set of wave equations describing the propagation of electromagnetic waves generated by nonzero source charges and source terms in the wave equations make the partial differential equations inhomogeneous, if the source .
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The book may be viewed as an introduction to time-harmonic waves in dissipative bodies, notably viscoelastic solids and fluids. The inhomogeneity of the waves, which is due to the fact that planes of constant phase are not parallel to planes of constant amplitude, is shown to be strictly related to the dissipativity of the medium.
The book may be viewed as an introduction to time-hadronic waves in dissipative bodies, notably viscoelastic solids and fluids. The inhomogeneity of the waves is shown to be strictly related to the dissipativity of the medium. The book may be viewed as an introduction to time-harmonic waves in dissipative bodies, notably viscoelastic solids and fluids.
The inhomogeneity of the waves, which is due to the fact that planes of constant phase are not parallel to planes of constant amplitude, is shown to be strictly related to the dissipativity of the by: The paper aims at presenting a numerical technique used in simulating the propagation of waves in inhomogeneous elastic solids.
The basic governing equations are solved by means of a finite-volume. Waves in Inhomogeneous Solids. Arkadi Berezovski, Mihhail Berezovski and Jüri Engelbrecht. Abstract. The paper aims at presenting a numerical technique used in simulating the propagation of waves in inhomogeneous elastic solids.
The basic governing equa-tions are solved by means of a ﬁnite-volume scheme that is faithful, accurate, and Cited by: 6. Inhomogeneous waves in porous piezo-thermoelastic solids. Inhomogeneous Waves in Solids and Fluids. Article. The book may be viewed as an introduction to time-hadronic waves in dissipative.
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Get this from a library. Applied wave mathematics. II: selected topics in solids, fluids, and mathematical methods and complexity. [Arkadi Berezovski; Tarmo Soomere;] -- This book gathers contributions on various aspects of the theory and applications of linear and nonlinear waves and associated phenomena, as well as approaches developed in a global partnership of.
Table of Contents 1. Basic Equations for Wave Processes in Fluids and Solids.- Sound in Layered Fluids.- Derivation of Wave Equations.- Plane Waves and Spherical Waves.- Boundary Conditions.- Harmonic Waves.- Conditions at Infinity.- Waves with Harmonical Dependence on Horizontal Coordinates and Time.- Modified Wave Equations.- Elastic Price: $ Abstract.
The paper aims at presenting a numerical technique used in simulating the propagation of waves in inhomogeneous elastic solids.
The basic governing equations are solved by means of a finite-volume scheme that is faithful, accurate, and conservative. Wave Propagation in Solids and Fluids Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition water waves, and stress waves in solids.
Nonlinear effects and asymptotic phenomena will be discussed. Wave propagation in continuous media (solid, liquid, or gas) has as its foundation the three basic conservation laws of physics: conservation of Reviews: 2. The most valuable topic in this book would be the theory of aeroacoustics which is developed by the auther.
Everything is fundamental, but you can learn a great deal about waves which you cannot from other books. This book is a prerequisite to anyone who wants to talk about waves in by: Applied wave mathematics: selected topics in solids, fluids, and mathematical methods. The Perturbation Technique for Wave Interaction in Prestressed Material: o.- Waves in Inhomogeneous Solids: vski, vski, J.
Engelbrecht.- Part II. selected topics in solids, fluids, and mathematical methods\/span> \u00A0\u00A0. Inhomogeneous, plane, monochromatic waves travelling in viscoelastic media are considered. Through a description in terms of complex potentials, detailed expressions of phase speed and attenuation are derived by having recourse to thermodynamic restrictions and to the properties of the complex propagation vector under inversion of the by: PHYSICS LETTERS A 19 December Volumenumber 2 INHOMOGENEOUS WAVES AND SOUND ABSORPTION IN VISCOUS FLUIDS G.
CAVIGLIA Department of Mathematics, Via L.B. Alberti 4, Genoa, Italy and A. MORRO DIBE-University, Viale Ca Genoa, Italy Received 13 June ; revised manuscript received 20 September ; accepted for publication 12 October Cited by: 2. Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods.
Editors: Quak, Ewald, Soomere Waves in Inhomogeneous Solids. Pages Book Title Applied Wave Mathematics Book Subtitle Selected Topics in Solids, Fluids, and Mathematical Methods Editors. The example applications discussed include wave propagation in inhomogeneous solids, liquid crystals in mesoscopic physics, and long ship waves in shallow water bodies.
Other contributions focus on specific mathematical approaches, namely the pseudospectral method, the treatment of Maxwell equations, and scalar conservation laws.
At present there exist about ten thousand books and papers dealing with the subject of surface acoustic waves in solids first described by Rayleigh in , and it is impossible even to.
Seismic Waves in a Laterally Inhomogeneous Layered Medium, Part II: Analysis RuichongInhomogeneous waves in solids and fluids, World Scientific, Singapore.
Ishimaru, A.,Wave Propagation and Scattering in Random Media, Vols. 1 and 2, Academic Press, New Seismic Waves in a Laterally Inhomogeneous Layered Medium. I: Theory Cited by: 4. Numerical Simulation of Waves and Fronts in Inhomogeneous Solids. This book shows the advanced methods of numerical simulation of waves and fronts propagation in inhomogeneous solids and introduces related important ideas associated with the application of numerical methods for these problems.
Great care has been taken throughout the book. Waves in Inhomogeneous Solids: vski, vski, J. Engelbrecht.- Part II. Mesoscopic Theory.- Overview: k.- Dynamics of Internal Variables from the Mesoscopic Background for the Example of Liquid Crystals and Ferrofluids: uss.- Towards a Description of Twist Waves in Mesoscopic Continuum Physics: H.
Herrmann.- Part IIIWaves and Fields in Inhomogenous Media LA This comprehensive text thoroughly covers fundamental wave propagation behaviors and computational techniques for waves in inhomogeneous media. The author describes powerful and sophisticated analytic and numerical methods to solve electromagnetic problems for complex media and geometry as well.The emphasis is on developing the necessary mathematical techniques, and on showing how these mathematical concepts can be effective in unifying the physics of wave propagation in a variety of physical settings: sound and shock waves in gases, water waves, and stress waves in solids.
Nonlinear effects and asymptotic phenomena will be : Springer-Verlag New York.