Elastodynamic Scattering from a Three-Dimensional Crack in a Fluid-Loaded Halfspace
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Advances in Cryogenic Engineering
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In this article we present the exact solution of the following canonical problem. We consider the scattering system consisting of a fluid-loaded three-dimensional isotropic elastic halfspace, which is homogeneous except for the presence of a finite flat crack. The crack breaks the surface of the halfspace, and in the current formulation is taken to be orientated normal to the halfspace surface.
KeywordsRayleigh Wave Elastic Halfspace Exact Model Integral Equation Formalism Canonical Problem
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