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elastic wave propagation

An irregular lattice method for elastic wave propagation

Elastic wave propagation in anisotropic crustal material possessing arbitrary internal tilt

Residual homogenization for elastic wave propagation in complex media

Effective wave propagation in a prestressed nonlinear elastic composite bar

The interior penalty discontinuous Galerkin method for elastic wave propagation: grid dispersion

P-wave propagation through elastic solids with a doubly periodic array of cracks

Triangular Spectral Element simulation of two-dimensional elastic wave propagation using unstructured triangular grids

Quadrangle-grid velocity-stress finite-difference method for elastic-wave-propagation simulation

Finite-difference modelling of two-dimensional elastic wave propagation in cracked media

A Wavelet-Based Method for Simulation of Two-Dimensional Elastic Wave Propagation

Stress wave propagation through viscous-elastic jointed rock masses using propagator matrix method (PMM)

Three-dimensional inverse modelling of damped elastic wave propagation in the Fourier domain

A nodal high-order discontinuous Galerkin method for elastic wave propagation in arbitrary heterogeneous media

Quantitative comparison between simulations of seismic wave propagation in heterogeneous poro-elastic media and equivalent visco-elastic solids for marine-type environments

Stability of the high-order finite elements for acoustic or elastic wave propagation with high-order time stepping

Elastic SH wave propagation in a layered anisotropic plate with interface damage modelled by spring boundary conditions

Elastic Wave Propagation In A Medium Containing Oriented Inclusions With A Changing Aspect Ratio: A Physical Model Study

Performance of continuous mass-lumped tetrahedral elements for elastic wave propagation with and without global assembly


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Observations of the waves that are propagated from a seismic source such as an earthquake or an explosion led early workers to recognize that these waves represent elastic behaviour on ...

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