The reflection, refraction, and absorption of obliquely incident plane harmonic antiplane strain (SH) waves at a frictional interface between dissimilar semi-infinite elastic solids is investigated by an approximate analytical approach. The frictional stress at the interface is assumed to depend on the normal stress and the relative slip across the interface, but remains otherwise arbitrary throughout the analysis. General expressions are developed for the transmission and reflection coefficients, and the partitition of incident wave energy into reflection, transmission, and absorption. The special case of bonding by Coulomb friction is examined in detail as an example of application of the general procedure. An exact solution is also presented for the case of bonding by Coulomb friction, and a comparison between approximate and exact solutions provides an indication of the accuracy of the approximate method of analysis.
Reflection, Refraction, and Absorption of Elastic Waves at a Frictional Interface: SH Motion
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Miller, R. K., and Tran, H. T. (September 1, 1979). "Reflection, Refraction, and Absorption of Elastic Waves at a Frictional Interface: SH Motion." ASME. J. Appl. Mech. September 1979; 46(3): 625–630. https://doi.org/10.1115/1.3424617
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