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Elastic wedge diffraction, with applications to non-destructive evaluation

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WHTW01 - Factorisation of matrix functions: New techniques and applications

Co-authors: Samar Chehade and Michel Darmon

Diffraction of the elastic plane wave by an infinite straight-edged 2D or 3D wedge made of an isotropic solid is a canonical problem that has no analytical solution. We review three major semi-analytical approaches to this problem and discuss their application in non-destructive evaluation as well as testing, cross-validation and experimental validation. We draw attention to high sensitivity of the backscatter diffraction coefficients to the Poisson ratio.

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