AXISYMMETRIC STRESS-WAVE PROPAGATION ACROSS THE PLANE INTERFACE BETWEEN TWO CYLINDRICALLY-BOUNDED MEDIA.
TEXAS UNIV AUSTIN ELECTROACOUSTICS RESEARCH LAB
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Presented are the analytical derivations, the development of approximations for obtaining results, and some of the computer results in a steady-state axisymmetric stress wave propagation study focusing on the plane interface between two cylindrically bounded, coaxial, ideal media, one solid and one liquid. For stress waves in a 1-12 inch diameter nylon rod propagating into an equal diameter water column, acoustic fields on both sides of the interface are calculated. From these fields, intensity, power and transmission loss as a function of frequency are also calculated. Author