Geometric Optics for Surface Waves in Nonlinear Elasticity (Heftet)

Serie: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 

Forfatter:

og

Forfatter: og
Innbinding: Heftet
Utgivelsesår: 2020
Antall sider: 143
Forlag: American Mathematical Society
Språk: Engelsk
Serie:
ISBN/EAN: 9781470440374
Kategori: Naturvitenskap
Omtale Geometric Optics for Surface Waves in Nonlinear Elasticity
This work is devoted to the analysis of high frequency solutions to the equations of nonlinear elasticity in a half-space. The authors consider surface waves (or more precisely, Rayleigh waves) arising in the general class of isotropic hyperelastic models, which includes in particular the Saint Venant-Kirchhoff system. Work has been done by a number of authors since the 1980s on the formulation and well-posedness of a nonlinear evolution equation whose (exact) solution gives the leading term of an approximate Rayleigh wave solution to the underlying elasticity equations. This evolution equation, which is referred to as ``the amplitude equation'', is an integrodifferential equation of nonlocal Burgers type. The authors begin by reviewing and providing some extensions of the theory of the amplitude equation. The remainder of the paper is devoted to a rigorous proof in 2D that exact, highly oscillatory, Rayleigh wave solutions $u^{\varepsilon} $ to the nonlinear elasticity equations exist on a fixed time interval independent of the wavelength $\varepsilon $, and that the approximate Rayleigh wave solution provided by the analysis of the amplitude equation is indeed close in a precise sense to $u^{\varepsilon}$ on a time interval independent of $\varepsilon $. This paper focuses mainly on the case of Rayleigh waves that are pulses, which have profiles with continuous Fourier spectrum, but the authors' method applies equally well to the case of wavetrains, whose Fourier spectrum is discrete.

Til toppen

Flere bøker av Jean-Francois Coulombel og Mark Williams:

Bøker i serien