A method of surfaces of discontinuity is used to obtain expressions for velocities and attenuations of thermoelastic waves propagating in a semibounded medium with thermal memory.
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Kolpashchikov, V.L., Yanovskii, S.Y. Propagation of thermoelastic acceleration waves in materials with thermal memory. Journal of Engineering Physics 50, 576–581 (1986). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00870717
- Statistical Physic
- Acceleration Wave
- Thermoelastic Wave
- Thermal Memory