Hawwa, M.A. (2005) Ultrasonic wave transmission in periodically undulated plates. Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control, IEEE Transactions on, 52.
This study focuses on quantifying the change in phase speed of waves transmitting through periodically undulated plates under pass band interaction. A perturbation technique is used to analyze the transmission of horizontally polarized guided waves in elastic plates with sinusoidal periodicity at their outerfaces. Phase speed of transmitting modes is presented as a function of various parameters, including outerface wavenumber, undulation amplitude, degree of undulations symmetry about the periodically undulated plate midplane, plate average thickness, arid frequency of propagation.
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