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Acoustic wave diffraction by an elastic cylindrical shell with viscous filling

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Institute of Mechanics, Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Kiev. Translated from Prikladnaya Mekhanika, Vol. 25, No. 7, pp. 38–44, July, 1989.

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Kachaenko, O.B., Pal'ko, L.S. & Shul'ga, N.A. Acoustic wave diffraction by an elastic cylindrical shell with viscous filling. Soviet Applied Mechanics 25, 662–667 (1989).

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  • Acoustic Wave
  • Cylindrical Shell
  • Wave Diffraction
  • Elastic Cylindrical Shell
  • Acoustic Wave Diffraction