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The main pressing difficulties when it comes to floor wave research and purposes, that are comprehensively mentioned right here, are: improvement of an sufficient conception to investigate the "forbidden" course challenge for actual floor waves; examining nonclassical floor waves propagating in forbidden instructions; improvement of effective numerical tools and algorithms to research floor waves (including Love and Lamb waves) propagating in homogeneous and layered media with either arbitrary elastic anisotropy and plasticity and having a posh inner constitution; improvement of experimental and theoretical systems to spot fabric houses, and solitary and dispersed defects by way of non-destructive checking out; improvement of effective analytical and numerical the right way to study floor waves in porous, water-saturated media and ice fields; improvement of analytical and numerical tips on how to study interactions of cracks, faults, step discontinuities and edges with floor waves; enhancing the speculation of crack propagation when it comes to the research of floor wave velocities; and constructing a idea to foretell the behaviour of nonlinear floor waves.

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The problem (a) has no surface wave solutions. The problem (b) has no more than one surface wave solution. The problem (c) has no more than two surface wave solutions. The problem (d) has at least one surface wave solution (provided that the limiting wave is not exceptional) but not more than two solutions; if the limiting wave is exceptional then there could be two, one or none surface wave solutions. (156) In principle, varying ε and µ in (b)1 and (c)1 from 0 to ∞ we can obtain all possible physical situations including all the other problems in the presented list (a), (b), (c), (d).

8. The plane specified by the unit vectors m and n is known as a sagittal plane. In the chosen coordinate system the steady-state displacement field of the plane wave can be presented in the 31 Figure 8. Cross section of slowness surface sheets by a sagittal plane form of a superposition of partial waves, u(x − vt, y) = A(y) exp[ik(x − vt)], A(y) = bαAα exp(ikpαy), (125) α which have equal x -components of the wave vector, kx ≡ k, and a common tracing speed v = ω/k, but different y-components of the wave vector, (α) ky = pαk, and polarization vectors Aα.

A very significant step in the phonon-focusing investigations has been taken by Northrop & Wolfe [17, 18] who developed the alternative phonon imaging method. For the details of this method and for more extensive literature reflecting the further progress in this field, both in theory and in experiments, we refer readers to the review articles [21, 24] and to the book [25]. 4. (3)-(5), as λα, λβ and λγ , and suppose that along the direction m = md degeneracy of two of them occurs, say λα = λβ . Then, instead of (16), one can write Q(md) = λαI + (λγ − λα)Aγ ⊗ Aγ .

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