Papers Published

  1. Loftman, R.C. and Bliss, D.B., Scattering from fluid-loaded cylindrical shell with periodic circumferential constraints using analytical/numerical matching, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol. 106 no. 3 I (1999), pp. 1271 - 1283 [1.427161] .
    (last updated on 2007/04/09)

    The analytical/numerical matching (ANM) method was used to study acoustic scattering from an elastic cylindrical shell with axially-circumferential constraints. The effects of the interaction between the structural waves and the discontinuous constraints, and the effects of the resulting interaction on the resultant scattered sound field were analyzed. High-resolution local analytical solutions and low-resolution global numerical solutions were used to realistically model structural discontinuities. The ANM local solutions were derived to capture rapid system response to changes across the discontinuities constraint. The local solutions were combined with a smooth global solution and modeled by modal methods to obtain an accurate composite solution.

    Shells (structures);Cylinders (shapes);Acoustic wave scattering;Acoustic fields;Shear waves;Problem solving;Mathematical models;Modal analysis;Convergence of numerical methods;Error analysis;Structural analysis;