12 edition of **Introduction to wave propagation in nonlinear fluids and solids** found in the catalog.

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Published
**1998**
by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, U.K, New York
.

Written in English

- Wave motion, Theory of.,
- Nonlinear waves.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. 507-508) and index.

Statement | D.S. Drumheller. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA927 .D77 1998 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xix, 513 p. : |

Number of Pages | 513 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL658081M |

ISBN 10 | 0521583136, 0521587468 |

LC Control Number | 97003266 |

Introduction to Wave Propagation in Nonlinear Fluids and Solids. Cambridge University Press. p. 1. ISBN The mass gap is the reason, if you will, that we do not see classical nonlinear Yang-Mills waves. They are a good approximation only under inaccessible conditions. This book offers a thorough, lucid description of constitutive models for high rate effects. The presentation is well motivated with chapters describing large deformation mechanics, elastic, plastic and shock wave propagation and thermomechanics prior to discussion of constitutive models/5.

APPLICATIONS TO FLUID MECHANICS: WATER WAVE PROPAGATION I. J. Losada and J. A. Revilla Environmental Hydraulics Institute “IH Cantabria”, Universidad de Cantabria, Spain Keywords: Fluid mechanics, water wave mechanics, wave propagation, wave and structure interaction Contents 1. Introduction 2. Classification of Wave Models 3. Nonlinear acoustics (NLA) is a branch of physics and acoustics dealing with sound waves of sufficiently large amplitudes. Large amplitudes require using full systems of governing equations of fluid dynamics (for sound waves in liquids and gases) and elasticity (for sound waves in solids). These equations are generally nonlinear, and their traditional linearization is no longer possible.

Introduction. The wave equation is a partial differential equation that may constrain some scalar function u = u (x 1, x 2, , x n; t) of a time variable t and one or more spatial variables x 1, x 2, x quantity u may be, for example, the pressure in a liquid or gas, or the displacement, along some specific direction, of the particles of a vibrating solid away from their resting. An Internet Book on Fluid Dynamics Introduction to Open Channel Flow Open channel ﬂows refer to liquidﬂows that are conﬁned to rivers or open channels by the action of gravity. They involve an upper free surface exposed to a gaseous environment (or vacuum) and may therefore feature the propagation .

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Beginning with fundamental concepts of motion, the book goes on to discuss linear and nonlinear mechanical waves, thermodynamics, and constitutive models for a variety of gases, liquids, and solids. Among the important areas of research and application are impact analysis, shock wave research, explosive detonation, nonlinear acoustics, and hypersonic aerodynamics/5(4).

Beginning with fundamental concepts of motion, the book goes on to discuss linear and nonlinear mechanical waves, thermodynamics, and constitutive models for a variety of gases, liquids, and solids. Among the important areas of research and application are impact analysis, shock wave research, explosive detonation, nonlinear acoustics, and hypersonic aerodynamics.

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This book provides a thorough, modern introduction to the study of linear and nonlinear waves. Beginning with fundamental concepts of motion, the book goes on to discuss linear and nonlinear mechanical waves, thermodynamics, and constitutive models.

It covers gases, liquids, and solids as. The emphasis is on developing the necessary mathematical techniques, and on showing how these mathematical concepts can be effective in unifying the physics of wave propagation in a variety of physical settings: sound and shock waves in gases, water waves, and stress waves in solids.

Nonlinear effects and asymptotic phenomena will be discussed. Introduction to Nonlinear Waves One dimensional linear equation 1 The Wave equation φtt = c2 0∇ 2φ occurs in the classical ﬁelds of acoustics, electromagneti sm and elastic-ity and many familiar “mathematical methods” were develope d on it.

The solution of the one-demensional form, () φtt −c2 0φxx = 0, is almost trivial. Douglas S. Drumheller is the author of Introduction to Wave Propagation in Nonlinear Fluids and Solids ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published 1 5/5(1).

The emphasis is on developing the necessary mathematical techniques, and on showing how these mathematical concepts can be effective in unifying the physics of wave propagation in a variety of physical settings: sound and shock waves in gases, water waves, and stress waves in solids.

Nonlinear effects and asymptotic phenomena will be : Springer-Verlag New York. Introduction The real World, we live in, is nonlinear. Relations for instance between characteristic parameters like pressure, density, temperature etc.

in fluids and relations between material constants in solids are nonlinear. TRADITIONAL ANALYSIS OF NONLINEAR WAVE PROPAGATION IN SOLIDS Lee Davison 39 Canoncito Vista Road, Tijeras NM USA Abstract Propagation of nonlinear plane waves of uniaxial strain is reviewed, emphasizing calcula-tion of thermodynamic states produced by these waves.

Both smooth waves and shocks are considered. written in terms of the potential is the nonlinear wave equa-tion wtt c2wxx= 0: 2. The p-system We now show that the compressible Euler equations (4), (5), which describe the nonlinear wave motion of the den-sity and velocity of a gas propagating down a one dimen-sional shock tube, really can be written as the nonlinear wave equation (6), (7).

Thus, there can be surface waves at the interface of a solid and a fluid and also at the interface of two solids. Such waves are called Stoneley waves. The chapter discusses Rayleigh waves at a free boundary and Stoneley waves at an interface. The book includes a careful account of the kinematical and dynamical equations of the subject along with constitutive equations that describe the distinguishing responses of compressible fluids, elastic solids, and elastic-plastic and elastic-viscoplastic solids.

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