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Propagation of Rayleigh waves on cylindrical surfaces of transversely isotropic material and of varying density in a magnetic field

Summary

Three dimensional magneto-elastic equations pertaining to the problem of propagation of axial Rayleigh waves on the surface of elastic cylinder of isotropic material have been solved. Two cases have been considered — first, when the density varies linearly and second, when it varies inversely as the radius vector and frequency equations for both the cases have been obtained.

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Narain, S., Verma, B.G. Propagation of Rayleigh waves on cylindrical surfaces of transversely isotropic material and of varying density in a magnetic field. PAGEOPH 98, 13–25 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00875575

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Keywords

  • Magnetic Field
  • Rayleigh Wave
  • Isotropic Material
  • Cylindrical Surface
  • Radius Vector