Boundary-value problems for the helmholtz equation in an angular domain. II
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We investigate boundary-value problems that appear in the study of the diffraction of acoustic waves on an infinite cylinder (with a cross section of an arbitrary shape) placed inside a wedge so that the axis of the cylinder is parallel to the edge of the wedge. The potential theory which enables one to reduce these boundary-value problems to integral equations is elaborated.
KeywordsIntegral Equation Acoustic Wave Potential Theory Arbitrary Shape Helmholtz Equation
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