Acceleration waves propagating in isoltropic solids at finite temperatures are studied on the basis of a new continuum model. The propagation speed and the differential equations governing the time-variation of the wave amplitudes are derived. The analytical results, valid in a wide temperature range including the melting point, are evaluated numerically for several materials and their physical implications are discussed.

Wave features of a new continuum model of isotropic solids

VALENTI, Giovanna;CURRO', Carmela;
2004

Abstract

Acceleration waves propagating in isoltropic solids at finite temperatures are studied on the basis of a new continuum model. The propagation speed and the differential equations governing the time-variation of the wave amplitudes are derived. The analytical results, valid in a wide temperature range including the melting point, are evaluated numerically for several materials and their physical implications are discussed.
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