## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 1 |

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Page 116

Most of the work published so far deals with the various methods of calculation of

the elastic moduli and other static properties ... The present article deals with a

theoretical investigation of the propagation of

the ...

Most of the work published so far deals with the various methods of calculation of

the elastic moduli and other static properties ... The present article deals with a

theoretical investigation of the propagation of

**elastic waves**(of wavelengths ofthe ...

Page 171

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the

hexagonal composite. This is obvious on physical grounds since the wave

traveling along ...

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the

**elastic****wave**propagation in the yz plane is quite similar for a tetragonal and ahexagonal composite. This is obvious on physical grounds since the wave

traveling along ...

Page 173

This conclusion has been derived for dispersion curves obtained by neutron

scattering from a crystal lattice and will also apply to some extent to the present

case of the scattering of

the ...

This conclusion has been derived for dispersion curves obtained by neutron

scattering from a crystal lattice and will also apply to some extent to the present

case of the scattering of

**elastic waves**from composites. However, it may be thatthe ...

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