elastodynamics

elastodynamics

[i¦la·stō·dī¦nam·iks]
(mechanics)
The study of the mechanical properties of elastic waves.
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As shown previously, in the Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum (STCED) [1-6], energy propagates in the STC (spacetime continuum) as wave-like deformations which can be decomposed into dilatations and distortions.
Their topics include governing equations of elastodynamics, electromagnetism, elastic plane waves in homogeneous materials, ultrasonic beams and wave packets, and scatterers in homogeneous isotropic non-dissipative infinite spaces.
of Paris VI, France) compile 12 chapters that explore dynamic testing of mechanical properties of materials, the methods used, and the experiments performed, with a focus on the context of bounded medium elastodynamics.
applications to thermo-elasticity and elastodynamics, Comput.
This book explores dynamic testing, the methods used, and the experiments performed, placing a particular emphasis on the context of bounded medium elastodynamics.
micro]v] of General Relativity within the framework of the Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum (STCED) [2].
His topics are elastodynamics, acoustics, and electrodynamics; plane waves and interfaces; sources and scattering; electrodynamic metamaterials; acoustic and elastodynamic metamaterials; transformation-based methods and cloaking; waves in periodic media; and waves in layered media.
The Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum [10, 11] is based on the application of a continuum mechanical approach to the spacetime continuum (STC).