|1Bahno, OM |
1S.P. Timoshenko Institute of Mechanics of the NAS of Ukraine, Kyiv
|Dopov. Nac. akad. nauk Ukr. 2017, 1:29-37|
The propagation of quasi-Lamb waves in the system «ideal compressible liquid half-space — elastic layer» is studied, by using the three-dimensional equations of classical elasticity theory for a solid body and linearized Euler equations for a fluid. The dispersion curves for normal waves over a wide range of frequencies are constructed. The influence of an ideal compressible fluid and the thickness of an elastic layer on the dispersion of phase velocities of the quasi-Lamb modes in a hydroelastic waveguide is analyzed. The localization properties of the lower quasi-Lamb modes in hydroelastic waveguides are studied. A criterion for the existence of the quasi-Lamb waves in hydroelastic waveguides is proposed. The numerical results obtained are presented in the form of plots and analyzed.
|Keywords: dispersion of waves, elastic layer, half-space of an ideal compressible fluid, localization of quasi-Lamb modes|
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