## Treatise on materials science and technology, Volume 3 |

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(76) Thus Et = £, and consequently a = 1, 6 = 0, c = 0 (77) and again the energy

flows in the same direction as the wave normal. Therefore, in summary of

(76) Thus Et = £, and consequently a = 1, 6 = 0, c = 0 (77) and again the energy

flows in the same direction as the wave normal. Therefore, in summary of

**plane****wave**propagation in an unbounded linear elastic homogeneous isotropic solid, ...Page 50

The strains produced in the test material by the propagating ultrasonic

extremely small and well within the linear ... To assure experimentally that the

these ...

The strains produced in the test material by the propagating ultrasonic

**wave**areextremely small and well within the linear ... To assure experimentally that the

**waves**used are indeed**plane**with little diffraction spread, we must generatethese ...

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On the other hand, as can be seen from our Eqs. (194), two transverse waves

propagating in the same direction do not interact with each other. Finally, he

noted that if two nonlinear

they will ...

On the other hand, as can be seen from our Eqs. (194), two transverse waves

propagating in the same direction do not interact with each other. Finally, he

noted that if two nonlinear

**plane waves**of either type intersect at an angle, thenthey will ...

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