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Seismic Ray Theory

Author : V. Cerveny
ISBN : 0521018226
Genre : Mathematics
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Seismic Ray Theory presents a comprehensive treatment of the seismic ray method. This method plays an important role in seismology, seismic exploration, and in the interpretation of seismic measurements. Many concepts which extend the possibilities and increase the efficiency of the seismic ray method are included. The book has a tutorial character: derivations start with a relatively simple problem, in which the main ideas are easier to explain, and then advance to more complex problems. Most of the derived equations in the book are expressed in algorithmic form and may be used directly for computer programming. This book will prove to be an invaluable advanced textbook and reference volume in all academic institutions in which seismology is taught or researched. It will also be an invaluable resource in the research and exploration departments of the petroleum industry and in geological surveys.

Acoustic Emission

Author : Zynoviy Nazarchuk
ISBN : 9783319493503
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This monograph analyses in detail the physical aspects of the elastic waves radiation during deformation or fracture of materials. It presents the methodological bases for the practical use of acoustic emission device, and describes the results of theoretical and experimental researches of evaluation of the crack growth resistance of materials, selection of the useful AE signals. The efficiency of this methodology is shown through the diagnostics of various-purpose industrial objects. The authors obtain results of experimental researches with the help of the new methods and facilities.

Diffraction Effects In Semiclassical Scattering

Author : H. M. Nussenzveig
ISBN : 0521025877
Genre : Science
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This book deals with the theory of critical effects in semiclassical scattering, in which the standard approximations break down. Such critical effects are responsible for phenomena such as rainbows and glories.

Modern Mathematical Methods And High Performance Computing In Science And Technology

Author : Vinai K. Singh
ISBN : 9789811014543
Genre : Mathematics
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The book discusses important results in modern mathematical models and high performance computing, such as applied operations research, simulation of operations, statistical modeling and applications, invisibility regions and regular meta-materials, unmanned vehicles, modern radar techniques/SAR imaging, satellite remote sensing, coding, and robotic systems. Furthermore, it is valuable as a reference work and as a basis for further study and research. All contributing authors are respected academicians, scientists and researchers from around the globe. All the papers were presented at the international conference on Modern Mathematical Methods and High Performance Computing in Science & Technology (M3HPCST 2015), held at Raj Kumar Goel Institute of Technology, Ghaziabad, India, from 27–29 December 2015, and peer-reviewed by international experts. The conference provided an exceptional platform for leading researchers, academicians, developers, engineers and technocrats from a broad range of disciplines to meet and discuss state-of-the-art mathematical methods and high performance computing in science & technology solutions. This has brought new prospects for collaboration across disciplines and ideas that facilitate novel breakthroughs.


Author : Paul Filippi
ISBN : 0122561902
Genre : Science
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Presents the main basis of modelling in acoustics. Includes the procedures used to describe a physical phenomenon by a system of equations and then to solve this system by analytical and/or numerical methods.

Fast And Efficient Algorithms In Computational Electromagnetics

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ISBN : 089006380X
Genre : Algorithms
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The Effects Of Sound On People

Author : James P. Cowan
ISBN : 9781118895702
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Provides a summary of current research results on the physiological and psychological effects of sound on people Covers how the operation of the hearing mechanism affects our reactions to sounds Includes research results from studies on noise sources of public concern such as transportation, public utility, and recreational sources, with emphasis on low frequency sound and infrasound Covers sounds that affect some but not others, how sounds can be controlled on a practical level, and how and what sounds are regulated Includes coverage of both positive and negative effects of sound

Nondestructive Characterization Of Materials Ii

Author : Jean F. Bussière
ISBN : 9781468453386
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The possibility of nondestructively characterizing the microstruc ture, morphology or mechanical properties of materials is certainly a fascinating subject. In principle, such techniques can be used at all stages of a material's life - from the early stages of processing, to the end of a structural component's useful life. Interest in the subject thus arises not only from a purely scientific point of view but is also strongly motivated by economic pressures to improve productivity and quality in manufacturing, to insure the reliability and extend the life of existing structures. The present volume represents the edited papers presented at the Second International Symposium on the Nondestructive Characterization of Materials, held in Montreal, Canada, July 21-23, 1986. The Proceedings are divided into eight sections, which reflect the multidisciplinary nature of characterizing materials nondestructively: Polymers and Composites, Ceramics and Powder Metallurgy, Metals, Layered Structures/Adhesive Bonds/Welding, Degradation/Aging, Texture/ Anisotropy, Stress, and New Techniques. Invited papers by R. Hadcock of Grumman Aircraft Systems, R. Cannon of Rutgers University, H. Yada of Nippon Steel and R. Bridenbaugh of Alcoa review respectively the processing of polymer matrix composites, ceramics, steel and aluminum, emphasizing the need for material property sensors to improve process and quality control. Two other invited papers, one by A. Wedgwood of Harwell and the other by P. Holler of the IzFP in Saarbrucken review state of the art techniques to characterize particulate matter and metals respectively.

Computational Methods For Electromagnetic Phenomena

Author : Wei Cai
ISBN : 9781107021051
Genre : Mathematics
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The first book of its kind to cover a wide range of computational methods for electromagnetic phenomena, from atomistic to continuum scales, this integrated and balanced treatment of mathematical formulations, algorithms and the underlying physics enables us to engage in innovative and advanced interdisciplinary computational research.

Seismic Motion Lithospheric Structures Earthquake And Volcanic Sources

Author : Yehuda Ben-Zion
ISBN : 9783034880107
Genre : Science
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Geophysicists use seismic signals to image structures in the Earth's interior, to understand the mechanics of earthquake and volcanic sources, and to estimate their associated hazards. Keiiti Aki developed pioneering quantitative methods for extracting useful information from various portions of observed seismograms and applied these methods to many problems in the above fields. This volume honors Aki's contributions with review papers and results from recent applications by his former students and scientific associates pertaining to topics spawned by his work. Discussed subjects include analytical and numerical techniques for calculating dynamic rupture and radiated seismic waves, stochastic models used in engineering seismology, earthquake and volcanic source processes, seismic tomography, properties of lithospheric structures, analysis of scattered waves, and more. The volume will be useful to students and professional geophysicists alike.

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