Propagation of Monochromatic and Spherical Waves Through a Plane Interface Fluid/Fluid: Numerical and Experimental Results for the Air/Water Interface.

Abstract : The main concern is with the problem of the transmission of spherical waves through a plane interface separating two fluids. Under some conditions, this physical model is particularly interesting because of the existence of a "surface" or lateral contribution. Indeed this contribution appears for super-critical angles (condition of total reflection). However, when studied, as a transmission problem, one finds an additional contribution in the second medium.
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Acta Acustica united with Acustica, Hirzel Verlag, 1991, 73 (issue 1), pp.21-33
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Ginette Saracco, Georges Corsain, Jean Leandre, Claude Gazanhes. Propagation of Monochromatic and Spherical Waves Through a Plane Interface Fluid/Fluid: Numerical and Experimental Results for the Air/Water Interface.. Acta Acustica united with Acustica, Hirzel Verlag, 1991, 73 (issue 1), pp.21-33. 〈hal-00549906〉

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