Diffraction of elastic waves in the plane multiply-connected region and dynamic stress concentration
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This paper deals with the problem of diffraction of elastic waves in the plane multiply-connected regions by the theory of complex functions. The complete function series which approach the solution of the problem and general expressions for boundary conditions are given. Then the problem is reduced to the solution to infinite series of algebraic equations and the solution can be directly obtained by using electronic computer. In particular for the case of weak interaction, an asymptotic method is presented here, by which the problem of p waves diffracted by a circular cavities is discussed in detail. Based on the solution of the diffracted wave field the general formulas for calculating dynamic stress concentration factor for a cavity of arbitrary shape in multiply-connected region are given.
KeywordsAlgebraic Equation Weak Interaction Elastic Wave Wave Field Complex Function
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