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Other topics include the summary of equations in rectangular coordinates, time-harmonic plane waves, approximate theories for rods, and transient in-plane motion of a layer. Select All Clear All Save to: Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Don’t have an account? Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Similar Items Ray methods for waves in elastic solids: Elastic waves in an unbound medium.
Wave Propagation in Elastic Solids focuses on linearized theory and perfectly elastic media. You already recently rated this item.
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