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A Dynamic Generalized Self-Consistent Model for Wave Propagation in Particulate Composites

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R.-B. Yang

Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Feng Chia University, Taichung 40724, Taiwane-mail: rbyang@fcu.edu.tw

J. Appl. Mech 70(4), 575-582 (Aug 25, 2003) (8 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1576806 History: Received June 05, 2002; Revised December 17, 2002; Online August 25, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Figures

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The generalized self-consistent multiple scattering model
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Plots of phase velocity (a) and attenuation (b) of P waves with normalized frequency, calculated from the present theory and from the Waterman-Truell method for concentrations c=0.05 and c=0.15 in a SiC-Al particulate composite
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Plots of phase velocity (a) and attenuation (b) of S waves with normalized frequency, calculated from the present theory and from the Waterman-Truell method for concentrations c=0.05 and c=0.15 in a SiC-Al particulate composite
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Phase velocity (a) and attenuation (b) of P and S waves calculated from the present theory for concentrations c=0.3 in a SiC-Al particulate composite
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Phase velocity versus concentration in SiC-Al composites for normalized frequency k2a=1.0
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Attenuation versus concentration in SiC-Al composites for normalized frequency k2a=1.0
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P-wave phase velocity of lead/epoxy composites at a concentration of c=0.05
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P-wave phase velocity of lead/epoxy composites at a concentration of c=0.15
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P-wave phase velocity of lead/epoxy composites at a concentration of c=0.52

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