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|Title: ||Theoretical model of Rayleigh wave interaction with stripes of viscous liquids|
|Authors: ||Krylov, Victor V.|
|Issue Date: ||1998|
|Publisher: ||© IEEE|
|Citation: ||KRYLOV, V.V. ... et al, 1998. Theoretical model of Rayleigh wave interaction with stripes of viscous liquids. IN: Schneider, S.C., Levy, M. and McAvoy, B.R. (eds.). 1998 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Proceedings, October 5-8, 1998, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan, Vol. 2, pp.1163-1166.|
|Abstract: ||The problem of Rayleigh surface wave
transmission and reflection by stripes of viscous
liquid is considered using a Maxwellian model of
viscosity characterised by a single relaxation time.
The aim is to interpret experiments on surface
acoustic wave monitoring of the wetting of high-energy
solid surfaces (G. McHale et al., Furaday.
Discuss., 1997, 107, 27-38). These experiments
demonstrated a strong oscillatory behaviour of both
transmission and reflection coefficients as the area
occupied by the liquid increased with time. The
variable thickness of the liquid is taken into account
and analmcal results and numerical calculations are
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