ACOUSTIC FIELDS AND WAVES IN SOLIDS PDF

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Acoustic fields and waves in solids by Auld, B. A., , R.E. Krieger edition, in English - 2nd ed. VOLUME I. 1 Particle Displacement and Strain. 1. 2 Stress and the Dynamical Equations. 3 Elastic Properties of Solids. 4 Acoustics and. Acoustic Fields and Waves in Solids: Two Volumes. B. A. Auld Robert E. Green Jr, Reviewer. The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland. PDF.


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Are you sure you want to remove Acoustic fields and waves in solids from your list? Acoustic fields and waves in solids 2nd ed. Krieger in Malabar, Fla. Written in English.

Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Classifications Dewey Decimal Class A3 A84 The Physical Object Pagination 2 v.

Check nearby libraries with: WorldCat Library. download this book site. Share this book Facebook. History Created April 1, 4 revisions Download catalog record: Classes 4. Pure longitudinal wave.

Cubic crystal classes. Propagation in a eubeface. Representative dimensions arc given in terms of material paralll ignored. From these, the general shape of the curves can be deduced for allY key dimensions shown.

For propagalion in a plane passing Ihrough a cube face diagonal til ' and a quasilongitudinal wave, characteristic equation again f. ThefT is a pure shear mode polarized normal to the plane of propagation. Pure shear, polarized II The direction angle 0 is dellned in Fig. For hexagonal materials the characteristic equation factors whcn propagation is in the X Y plane. The dispersion relation is. Hexagonal crystal classes.

Propagatioll normal to the Z-axis. Curn's are for CdS, with the piezol'iectric effect ignored. There is one pure shear mode k ' l!

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COil A.. The characteristic equation also factors for propagation in the XZ plane. Propagatioll ill a ,'uh,' diagonal Since the Christoffel equation can be shown to he symmetric with respect to plane.

Curves shown arc for GaAs, with thl. That is, the wave vector surface is always rotationally Z-axes symmetric. There is one pure shear mode kzlw. The other solutions are a quasishear wave.

I-Iexagonal crystal classes. Propagation in a meridian plane. Curves shown are for CdS, with the piezoC'iectric dIed ignored. The quasishear wave is k.

Y there is one pure shear wave and the quasilongitudinal wave is. Figure 3. The characteristic equation does not factor for propagation in the XZ plane and little information can be obtained without numerical computation. For propagation along Z the pure shear wa ves are degenerate,. A long X there are pure shear waves 3.

Curves for quartz are given in Fif!. BAh Classes J. Trigonal crystal classes 32, , Propagatioll lIormal in for classes J2. Curves shown are for quartz, with thl' pil'wl'kctrk effel'!

Piezoelectric stiffening Part 4 of Sectioll about the L axis. The general shape of the slowness curves for classes 3 and 3, 8.

F is usually only a small correction to the dispersion curves and has IllTlI referred to the crystal axis directions, is thus obtained by rotating the curves neglected in calculating the curves shown for quartz. Because there are no measured stiffness constants for materials of this kind, is governed by the relation t It should he noted, however, that the dimensions given in these figures cannot be.

D col 1 ignored. However, the same phenomenon occurs in ' the tetragonal classes and will be illustrated below. The quasishear wave is r1GURE 3.

Trigonal crystal classes 32, , Jm. Curves shown are for quartz. The con 1 sequences of this are I the slowness surfaces are no longer rotationally 2p I!

II ca: I plc;lll!!:! Tetragonal crystal classes 4f, ,. Tetragonal crystal classes , , agation in the X Y plane. Curves shown arc for rutile. Propagation in the XZ plane.

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Slowness curves for tellurium dioxide, corresponding to Fig. Slowlless curves for tellurium dioxide, corresponding to Fig. Along the X axis, the longitu and for the quasilongitudinal wavc dinal wave has the unusual property of heing slower than one of the shear waves; hut normal conditions are restored after the curves have crossed.

Sb Classes 4. Along the Z axis there are two degenerate shear waves I n the X r planc there is a pure shear wa ve. J fa': Curves are for calcium molybdate. Tetragonal classes 4,4. It factors for propagation in the Curves are for calcium molybdate.Propagation in a meridian plane. Propagation in the YZ plane. A3 A84 Mehdi Ab Sa. Rajesh Lenka. Acoustic fields and waves in solids Close.

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