acoustic scattering

acoustic scattering

[ə′küs·tik ′skad·ər·iŋ]
(acoustics)
The irregular reflection, refraction, and diffraction of sound in many directions.
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Uslenghi, Electromagnetic and Acoustic Scattering by Simple Shapes, North-Holland, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 1969.
Caption: Figure 1: A diagram of acoustic scattering by a thin-body.
Acoustic scattering from a sandy seabed at the target and reverberation experiment 2013 (TREX13).
The recent progress on the analysis and implementation of numerical-asymptotic hybridization of the boundary integral methods for the acoustic scattering problems was systemically given.
An optimal perfectly matched layer with unbounded absorbing function for time-harmonic acoustic scattering problems.
In 2008, some numerical methods for multiple acoustic scattering in the case of convex sound-soft obstacles were discussed by Antonie et al.
In order to simulate acoustic scattering of irregular object, the target need to be gridded.
Bibee, "Simulation of acoustic scattering from an aluminum cylinder near a roughinterface using the elastodynamic finite integration technique," Wave Motion Journal, vol.
[9] have examined high-frequency acoustic scattering from prolate spheroids and reduced the number of terms from 0([(kp).sup.2]) to O(kp).
Finite element analysis of acoustic scattering. New York: Springer-Verlag.
Hence, this study suggests DtN2 to be the primary absorbing boundary condition to be employed when solving high-frequency acoustic scattering problems by elongated scatterers.
Among the topics are a boundary element solution of thermal creeping flow in a nanometer single mixer, evaluating interface cracks, rotational symmetry applied to boundary element computation for nuclear fusion plasma, fundamental solutions for inverse obstacle acoustic scattering, the volume integral equation method for analyzing scattered waves in an elastic half space, and analyzing layered soil problems with an alternative multi-region boundary element method technique and a new infinite boundary element formulation.
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