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SH-wave in a piezomagnetic layer overlying an initially stressed orthotropic half-space
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  • Journal title : Smart Structures and Systems
  • Volume 17, Issue 2,  2016, pp.327-345
  • Publisher : Techno-Press
  • DOI : 10.12989/sss.2016.17.2.327
 Title & Authors
SH-wave in a piezomagnetic layer overlying an initially stressed orthotropic half-space
Kakar, Rajneesh; Kakar, Shikha;
 Abstract
The existence of SH-wave in a piezomagnetic layer overlying an initially stressed orthotropic half-space is investigated. The coupled of differential equations are solved for piezomagnetic layer overlying an orthotropic elastic half-space. The general dispersion equation has been derived for both magnetically open circuit and magnetically closed circuits under the four types of boundary conditions. In the absence of the piezomagnetic properties, initial stress and orthotropic properties of the medium, the dispersion equations reduce to classical Love equation. The SH-wave velocity has been calculated numerically for both magnetically open circuit and closed circuits. The effect of initial stress and magnetic permeability are illustrated by graphs in both the cases. The velocity of SH-wave decreases with the increment of wave number.
 Keywords
piezomagnetic;orthotropic;initial stress;magnetic permeability;dispersion equations;
 Language
English
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