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URN etd-0711101-204559
Author Yu-Lun Lu
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Department Mechanical Engineering
Year 2000
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Sub-scaled underwater experiments of Rayleigh surface wave on elastic solid
Date of Defense 2001-06-29
Page Count 108
Keyword
  • Rayleigh wave
  • Abstract This thesis studies the target identified by analyzed scattering signal which is from active sonar impinged under water. In general, the specular reflected waves and corner waves provide the information of target profile in scattering signal. The resonance scattering waves and surface waves submit the material properties of target by analysis signal. The Rayleigh wave is a candidate for target identified in surface wave analysis.
      Since then, the theorem focuses on Rayleigh wave propagation on solid sphere and cylinder in this thesis. To analyze the problem of scattering wave, if the normal mode methed is applied to solve it, the character of reflected surface wave can not appear on the solution. So the Sommerfeld-Watson transform(SWT) method is used to solve it. This method can convege the infinite partial-wave series rapidly and the physical property of acoustic wave can be elucidated easily.
    In experiment, the reduced scale experiment is setup for Rayleigh wave measurement using ultrasonic wave. For Rayleigh wave discussion, the individual profile, sizes and material of target is applied respectively in this experiment. The beam pattern is also measured in the Rayleigh wave filed. The result appears the target identified by analytical Rayleigh wave obviously.
    Advisory Committee
  • Ruyen Ro - chair
  • Rui-Chang Wei - co-chair
  • Shiuh-Kuang Yang - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2001-07-11

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