Application of Multiple Scattering Theory to Sub-Surface Defects
A recently developed multiple scattering formalism is applied to treat scattering of elastic waves by subsurface defects. In particular, the problem of a spherical cavity near a stress free surface is treated.
KeywordsShear Wave Longitudinal Wave Multiple Scattering Phase Factor Scattered Amplitude
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