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Surface Waves in Coated Anisotropic Medium Loaded With Viscous Liquid

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T.-T. Wu, T. Y. Wu

Institute of Applied Mechanics, College of Engineering National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan, R.O.C.

J. Appl. Mech 67(2), 262-266 (Dec 07, 1999) (5 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1304840 History: Received September 30, 1998; Revised December 07, 1999
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The coordinates of the single-layered half-space
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The frequency shift and attenuation of Love wave in a viscous liquid loaded single-layered half-space (isotropic ST-cut quartz)
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The Love wave attenuation as a function of the density ratio ρLs in a liquid loaded Cu-Fe layered half-space (isotropic), the frequency is equal to 20 MHz
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The Love wave attenuation as a function of the density ratio ρLS in a liquid loaded Cu-Fe layered half-space (isotropic), the frequency is equal to 300 MHz
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The phase velocity dispersion of the Rayleigh surface wave in a liquid loaded SiO2–Si layered half-space (anisotropic). The Rayleigh wave is propagating on the [001] surface and along the direction with 15 deg away from [100] axis.
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The attenuation of the Rayleigh surface wave in a liquid loaded SiO2–Si layered half-space (anisotropic). The Rayleigh wave is propagating on the [001] surface and along the direction with 15 deg away from [100] axis.
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The attenuation of the Love wave in a liquid loaded SiO2−Si layered half-space (anisotropic). The Love wave is propagating on the [001] surface and along the direction with 15 deg away from [100] axis.
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The distribution of the particle velocity components for the Love wave propagating along the direction with 15 deg away from [100] axis (f=25 MHz and μL=1 N.s/m2)

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