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Boström, A. (1980) *Scattering of stationary acoustic waves by an elastic obstacle immersed in a fluid*.

** BibTeX **

@article{

Boström1980,

author={Boström, Anders},

title={Scattering of stationary acoustic waves by an elastic obstacle immersed in a fluid},

journal={Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},

issn={0001-4966},

volume={67},

pages={390-398},

abstract={The scattering of stationary acoustic waves by a bounded elastic obstacle in an inviscid fluid is considered. The developed formalism is an extension of the transition matrix method, which has been given by Waterman for acoustic, electromagnetic, and elastic scattering. In fact the problem at hand is more complex than the elastic case, something which is apparent in the solution. It is possible to obtain some different forms for the transition matrix, depending upon whether the Rayleigh hypothesis enters or not. It is worthy of notice that the more general formalism, i.e., the one not assuming the Rayleigh hypothesis, is also the more efficient numerically. Numerical results are given for spheroids and an object resembling the number "8".},

year={1980},

keywords={scattering, acoustics, elastic object},

}

** RefWorks **

RT Journal Article

SR Print

ID 189901

A1 Boström, Anders

T1 Scattering of stationary acoustic waves by an elastic obstacle immersed in a fluid

YR 1980

JF Journal of the Acoustical Society of America

SN 0001-4966

VO 67

SP 390

OP 398

AB The scattering of stationary acoustic waves by a bounded elastic obstacle in an inviscid fluid is considered. The developed formalism is an extension of the transition matrix method, which has been given by Waterman for acoustic, electromagnetic, and elastic scattering. In fact the problem at hand is more complex than the elastic case, something which is apparent in the solution. It is possible to obtain some different forms for the transition matrix, depending upon whether the Rayleigh hypothesis enters or not. It is worthy of notice that the more general formalism, i.e., the one not assuming the Rayleigh hypothesis, is also the more efficient numerically. Numerical results are given for spheroids and an object resembling the number "8".

LA eng

OL 30