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In-Plane Wave Propagation Through Elastic Solids With a Periodic Array of Rectangular Defects

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E. Scarpetta

D.I.I.M.A., University of Salerno, 84084 Fisciano (SA), Italy

M. A. Sumbatyan

Research Institute of Mechanics and Applied Mathematics, Stachki Prospect 200/1, Rostov-on-Don 344090, Russia

J. Appl. Mech 69(2), 179-188 (Aug 06, 2001) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1430235 History: Received April 02, 2001; Revised August 06, 2001
Copyright © 2002 by ASME
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Normal penetration of a longitudinal plane wave into a periodic array of rectangular defects 2l×2(a−b)
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Reflection coefficient |R| versus frequency parameter ak1(c2/c1=0.497,b/a=l/a=0.5). Line 1: exact solution (from 3×3 sytems (4.9), (4.10), (4.11), (4.17), (4.18), (4.19)); line 2: approximated solution gu≈0 (from 2×2 systems (4.9), (4.10), (4.17), (4.18)); line 3: approximated solution gu±,g1,2τ≈0(from Eqs. (4.9), (4.17)); line 4; low-frequency approximation (from formula (4.21)).
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Reflection coefficient |R| versus frequency parameter ak1(c2/c1=0.497,l/a=0.5). Line 1: b/a=0.1; line 2: b/a=0.25; line 3: b/a=0.5; line 4: b/a=0.75; line 5: b/a=0.9.
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Transmission coefficient |T| versus frequency parameter ak1(c2/c1=0.497,l/a=0.5). Line 1: b/a=0.1; line 2: b/a=0.25; line 3: b/a=0.5; line 4: b/a=0.75; line 5: b/a=0.9.
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Transmission coefficient |T| versus relative opening b/a(c2/c1=0.497,l/a=0.5). Line 1: ak1=0.25; line 2: ak1=0.5; line 3: ak1=0.75; line 4: ak1=1.0; line 5: ak1=1.25.
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Reflection coefficient |R| versus relative length of rectangles l/a(c2/c1=0.497,ak1=0.75). Line 1: b/a=0.25; line 2: b/a=0.5; line 3: b/a=0.75; line 4: b/a=0.9.
Grahic Jump Location
Reflection coefficient |R| versus relative length of rectangles l/a(c2/c1=0.497,b/a=0.5). Line 1: ak1=0.25; line 2: ak1=0.5; line 3: ak1=0.75; line 4: ak1=1.0; line 5: ak1=1.25.

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