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Wave Propagation in Dissipative Materials [E-Book] : A Reprint of Five Memoirs / by B. D. Coleman, M. E. Gurtin, I. Herrera R., C. Truesdell.
Common experience reveals two basic aspects of wave propagation. First, while preserving their identity and travelling at definite speeds, sounds finally die out. Second, weak sounds may combine to form strong noises. Theories of acoustic propagation have succeeded in representing these aspects of e...
|Personal Name(s):||Coleman, B. D., author|
|Gurtin, M. E., author / Herrera R., I., author / Truesdell, C., author|
Berlin, Heidelberg :
VII, 138 p. online resource.
- Reprinted from Volume 8 (1961): Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis
- Waves in Materials with Memory, I. The Velocity of One-Dimensional Shock and Acceleration Waves 1—
- Waves in Materials with Memory, II. On the Growth and Decay of One-Dimensional Acceleration Waves
- Waves in Materials with Memory,III. Thermodynamic Influences on the Growth and Decay of Acceleration Waves
- Waves in Materials with Memory,IV. Thermodynamics and the Velocity of General Acceleration Waves
- Reprinted from Volume 19 (1965): Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis
- General and Exact Theory of Waves in Finite Elastic Strain.