Rayleigh and Love Waves in Cladded Anisotropic Medium
Early work on dispersion of Rayleigh and Love waves was by Love , who gave the first comprehensive treatment of the case of an elastic solid half-space covered by a single solid layer.
KeywordsDispersion Curve Rayleigh Wave Shear Velocity Love Wave Isotropic Layer
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