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Seismic waves due to storm over the sea: I

Summary

Elastic wave propagation problem has been studied in the composite medium — a gravitating liquid layer overlying an elastic half-space. Assuming moving normal pressure load on the free surface, an attempt has been made to study the order of disturbance on the earth's surface. In the discussion asymptotic values of the displacement, components have been considered for small values of the parameter.

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Biswas, R.N., Chandra, J. Seismic waves due to storm over the sea: I. PAGEOPH 101, 43–53 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00876773

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Keywords

  • Free Surface
  • Wave Propagation
  • Propagation Problem
  • Elastic Wave
  • Seismic Wave