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[00002] Propagation of Lamb wave in the plate of microstretch thermoelastic diffusion materials

  • Session Time & Room : 5D (Aug.25, 15:30-17:10) @E812
  • Type : Contributed Talk
  • Abstract : The present study investigates the effect of three thermoelastic theories on the propagation of Lamb wave in a linearly isotropic microstretch diffusion plate subject to stress free thermally insulated/impermeable and isothermal/isoconcentrated boundary conditions. The secular equations of the Lamb wave are obtained for both symmetric and anti-symmetric modes of vibration. The phase velocities and attenuation coefficients are computed numerically for a particular model and these results are compared for the three theories: Coupled Thermoelasticity theory, Lord-Shulman theory and Green-Lindsay theory. The velocity curves and the attenuation coefficients are illustrated graphically. It is observed that there are three modes of velocity and attenuation for each symmetric and anti-symmetric vibration. We have noticed that the velocity of the corresponding Lamb wave increases from first to third mode of symmetric vibration in both thermally insulated/impermeable and isothermal/isoconcentrated plates. At short wavelength, the secular equation of symmetric mode of vibration reduces to that of Rayleigh surface wave for both the plates. Some special cases are also deduced from the present formulation.
  • Classification : 74J15, 74B15, 80A17, 80A10
  • Format : Online Talk on Zoom
  • Author(s) :
    • Sarat Singh Sanasam (Mizoram University)
    • Sanjay Debnath (Mizoram University)