Scattering of Subsurface Cylindrical Cavity near Multiple Semi-Cylindrical Alluvial Valleys under Incident SH-Waves
The scattering of subsurface cylindrical cavity near multiple semi-cylindrical alluvial valleys under incident SH waves is studied in this paper by using methods of auxiliary function, complex function multi-polar coordinates. The model is divided into two parts, Domain I is multiple semi-cylindrical alluvial valleys, and Domain Ⅱ is an elastic half space with several subsurface circular cavities near multiple semi-cylindrical alluvial valleys. A series of infinite algebraic equations is then obtained based on the displacement and stress continuity condition on “common boundary” of two parts after constructing the associated displacement and stresses expressions of each part. Numerical examples illustrate that material parameters of semi-cylindrical alluvial valleys have great impact on DSCF around subsurface cavity and DSCF dose not always decrease as wave number increases especially under incident waves with high frequency when the alluvial valleys are “softer”.
Hui Li, Yan Feng Liu, Ming Guo, Rui Zhang and Jing Du
H. W. Wang et al., "Scattering of Subsurface Cylindrical Cavity near Multiple Semi-Cylindrical Alluvial Valleys under Incident SH-Waves", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 374-377, pp. 1285-1290, 2012