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Sound diffraction on an elastic spheroidal shell



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Year

 
2021

Issue

 
397

Volume

 
3

Pages

 
97-114

Caption

 
Sound diffraction on an elastic spheroidal shell

Authors

 
Kleschev A.

Keywords

 
diffraction, planar waveguide, underwater sonic channel, imaginary source, scatterer, impulse signal, spectral characteristic.

DOI

 
10.24937/2542-2324-2021-3-397-97-114

Summary

 
Object and purpose of research. This paper obtains solutions and performs estimations of characteristics of sound reflection and scattering by ideal and elastic bodies of various shapes (analytical and non-analytical) near media interface, or underwater sonic channel, or in a planar waveguide with a solid elastic bottom
Subject matter and methods.The harmonic signals are investigated with the method of normal waves based on the phase velocity of signal propagation, and impulse signals related to the energy transfer are studied using the method of real and imaginary sources and scatterers based on the group velocity of propagation.
Main results. The scattered sound field is calculated for ideal spheroids (elongated and compressed) at fluid – ideal medium interface. The spectrum of a scattered impulse signal is calculated for a body placed in a sonic channel. First reflected impulses are found for an ideal spheroid in a planar waveguide with anisotropic bottom
Conclusion. In the studies of diffraction characteristics of bodies at media interfaces it was found that the main contribution to scattered field is given by interference of scattered fields rather than interaction of scatterers (real or imaginary). It is shown that at long distances the spectral characteristics of the channel itself have a prevalent role. When impulse sound signals in the planar waveguide are used, it is necessary to apply the method of real and imaginary sources and scatterers based on the group velocity of sound propagation.

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