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Amplification Of Nonlinear Strain Waves In Solids

Amplification Of Nonlinear Strain Waves In Solids

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    9789814486354
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  • Publication date
    31 December 1969

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  • Book Title

    Amplification Of Nonlinear Strain Waves In Solids

  • Author

    9789814486354

  • Date Published

    31 December 1969

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  • Pages

    pages

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Book Description

This book treats two problems simultaneously: sequential analytical consideration of nonlinear strain wave amplification and selection in wave guides and in a medium; demonstration of the use of even particular analytical solutions to nonintegrable equations in a design of numerical simulation of unsteady nonlinear wave processes. The text includes numerous detailed examples of the strain wave amplification and selection caused by the influence of an external medium, microstructure, moving point defects, and thermal phenomena. The main features of the book are: (1) nonlinear models of the strain wave evolution in a rod subjected by various dissipative/active factors; (2) an analytico-numerical approach for solutions to the governing nonlinear partial differential equations with dispersion and dissipation.This book is essential for introducing readers in mechanics, mechanical engineering, and applied mathematics to the concept of long nonlinear strain wave in one-dimensional wave guides. It is also suitable for self-study by professionals in all areas of nonlinear physics.

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