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Effect of Gravity Field on Fibre-Reinforced Generalized Thermoelastic Media

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The objective of this paper is to investigate the surface waves in fibre-reinforced thermoelastic media subjected to gravity field. The theory of generalized surface waves has firstly developed and then it has been employed to investigate particular cases of waves, viz., Stoneley waves, Rayleigh waves and Love waves. The analytical expressions for surface wave velocity and attenuation coefficient are obtained in the physical domain by using the harmonic vibrations. The wave velocity equations have been obtained in different cases. The numerical and graphically results are given for Equation of coupled Thermoelastic Theory (C-T), Lord-Shulman Theory (L-S), Green-Lindsay Theory (G-L) and The linearized G-N theory of type II. Comparison was made with the results obtained in the presence and absence of gravity and parameters for fibre-reinforced of the material medium. The results indicate that the effect of gravity, relaxation times and parameters of fibre-reinforced of the material medium are very pronounced.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2014

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