2 edition of **Stress waves in imperfectly elastic media** found in the catalog.

Stress waves in imperfectly elastic media

Ghosh, S. K.

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Published
**1983**
by Puthipatra in Calcutta
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | S.K. Ghosh. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | MLCS 93/11836 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | viii, 89 p. : |

Number of Pages | 89 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL2829449M |

LC Control Number | 83905217 |

This is especially necessary when the speed of the movement of the phases in the porous material is considerable, e.g., when vibration or stress waves is present. The dynamic poroelasticity was developed attributed to Biot's work on the propagation of elastic waves in fluid-saturated media. Books. The primary objective of Foundations of Stress Waves is to give the reader an understanding of stress wave behaviour while taking into account the dynamic constitutive equations of elastic-plastic solids. The author has combined a 'materials characteristics' approach with a 'singularity surface' approach in this work, which readers will find to.

Nonlinear wave propagation in materials, where distribution function of mesoscopic mechanical elements has very different scales of variation along and normally to diagonal of Preisach–Mayergoyz space, is analyzed. An evolution equation for strain wave, which takes into account localization of element distribution near the diagonal and its slow variation along the diagonal, is by: Longitudinal Waves in an Ideal Newtonian Fluid. If a liquid is viscoelastic with viscosity coefficients shown in Table 4, the graph of longitudinal stress wave in this medium is as shown in Figure Figure 4(a), the distance between the particle originally located in the origin and the same particle moved away from the origin in time is by: 2.

Readable survey of the theoretical core of the propagation of waves in solids offers a concise account of the classical theory, considers how this theory has been extended to solids that are not perfectly elastic, and summarizes important experimental work. 46 figures. edition. Get this from a library! Stress waves in non-elastic solids. [Wojciech Krzysztof Nowacki; Z S Olesiak] -- Stress Waves in Non-Elastic Solids is a comprehensive presentation of the principles underlying the propagation of stress waves in non-elastic solids, with emphasis on wave problems in the theory of.

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Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction (definitions, measurements, mechanism, etc.), experimental investigation of dynamic elastic properties (resonance and wave propagation methods, dynamic stress-strain measurements, etc.), plastic waves and shock waves (Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, experiments, shock waves in solids, etc.), and fractures produced by stress waves Cited by: Also, there is a long chapter on wave propagation in a bounded elastic medium (e.g., longitudinal, torsional, and flexural vibrations along a cylindrical bar).

Part 2, titled Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, discusses experimental investigations of internal friction, dynamic elastic properties, plastic waves, shock waves, and fractures.5/5(1). Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction (definitions, measurements, mechanism, etc.), experimental investigation of dynamic elastic properties (resonance and wave propagation methods, dynamic stress-strain measurements, etc.), plastic waves and shock waves (Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, experiments, shock waves in solids, etc.), and fractures produced by stress waves.

Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction (definitions, measurements, mechanism, etc.), Stress waves in imperfectly elastic media book investigation of dynamic elastic properties (resonance and wave propagation methods, dynamic stress-strain measurements, etc.), plastic waves and shock waves (Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, experiments, shock waves in solids, etc.), and fractures produced by stress waves Brand: Dover Publications.

Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction (definitions, measurements, mechanism, etc.), experimental investigation of dynamic elastic properties (resonance and wave propagation methods, dynamic stress-strain measurements, etc.), plastic waves and shock waves (Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, experiments, shock waves in solids, etc.), and fractures produced by stress waves Brand: H Kolsky.

Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction (definitions, measurements, mechanism, etc.), experimental investigation of dynamic elastic properties (resonance and wave propagation methods, dynamic stress-strain measurements, etc.), plastic waves and shock waves (Lagrangian and Eulerian methods, experiments, shock waves in solids, etc.), and fractures produced by stress waves /5(6).

The primary objective of Foundations of Stress Waves is to give the reader an understanding of stress wave behaviour while taking into account the dynamic constitutive equations of elastic-plastic solids.

The author has combined a 'materials characteristics' approach with a 'singularity surface' approach in this work, which readers will find to be a novel and unique route to solving their problems.

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The scope was subsequently enlarged to cover a particular selection of related problems. 2 One-dimensional elastic stress waves To simulate the shock wave effect, we adopt a simplified approach for stress wave propagation in bounded elastic media after Kolsky () and Al-Haik and Almyadmeh ().

The velocity of longitudinal waves C0 in a medium of density ρ and bulk modulus K can be computed as 0. K C ρ = (1)File Size: KB. Propagation of elastic waves in a cylindrical bore containing a fluid, J.

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The remaining chapters focus on methods of solving stress wave propagation problems, including one-dimensional plane waves and longitudinal-transverse waves.

Wave propagation problems for elastic-plastic and elastic/viscoplastic media are treated in detail, along with the most important problem of shock waves in metals and Edition: 1. Part II, Stress Waves in Imperfectly Elastic Media, covers internal friction. The propagation of stress waves in anelastic solids has received considerable.

In many practical situations the stress waves cannot be described in. Zong-Xian Zhang, in Rock Fracture and Blasting, Abstract. Stress waves can be found in rock drilling, rock blasting, mining-induced seismicity, and other dynamic events. By means of stress wave theory, we can improve the quality and productivity of current rock drilling, rock blasting, and mining production; reduce natural resource loss; improve fieldwork safety; and reduce the damage to.

VISCOELASTIC WAVES IN LAYERED MEDIA This book is a rigorous, self-contained exposition of the mathematical theory for Stress–Strain Notation 20 Equation of Motion 23 the theory of monochromatic wave propagation as usually taught for elastic media in the broader context of wave propagation in any media with a linear responseCited by: texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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BoxRidgefiela[ Connecticut (Received 12 April •, accepted for publication 8 August ) A model for an imperfectly bonded interface between two elastic media is proposed. Displacement across this. •Elastic wave equation has been widely used to describe wave propagation in an elastic medium, such as seismic waves in Earth and ultrasonic waves in human body.

•Seismic waves are waves of energy that travel through the earth, and are a result of an earthquake, explosion, or a Size: KB.

The theory of the propagation of waves in solids was developed during the 19th century but, in the first quarter of this century, it fell into neglect.

Only recently, as the result of new techniques of study and the development of new plastics and other such materials, has /5(2). Plane wave propagation and fracture in elastic and imperfectly elastic jointed structures. Authors; Authors and affiliations Transactions of All-Union Symposium on the Propagation of Elasticoplastic Waves in Continuous Media [in Russian], AN Azerb.

Beddoe, “Propagation of elastic stress waves in a necked rod,” J. Sound and Vibr Cited by: 1. 6 Elastic Wave Propagation in Materials length of the rod producing an incremental change in the velocity D V each time of 2 Y = ρ c where Y is the Young ’ s modulus of the rod.

velocities of stress waves propagating in a solid metallic media. When a pressurized tube leaks, this leakage generates stress waves, which propagate through and on the tube walls.

These waves can be captured by accelerometers and acoustic emission sensors attached to the external surface of these tubes.

In order to determine the localizationAuthor: Mario Francisco Guerra Boaratti, Daniel Kao Sun Ting.An elastic wave speed (sonic speed of the bulk material) depends on a mass density, Young's modulus and Poisson's ratio.

Assuming that the impact speed is slow and an impact stress, which is obtained by integrating the stress increment with respect to time, is lower than the yield stress of the bar, an elastic stress wave propagates from the.Seismology and the Earth’s Deep Interior The elastic wave equation Equations of motion –Equations of motion – hhomogeneous mediaomogeneous media ui fi i kuk i juj ui t j ρ∂2 = +λ∂∂ +µ∂∂ +µ∂2 We can now simplify this equation using the curl and div operators 2 2 2 2 ∇•u =∂iui ∇ =∆=∂x +∂y +∂z and ∆u File Size: KB.