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The Scattering of a Cylindrical Shear-Axial Wave by a Circular Cavity in Piezoelectric Crystal

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The features of a cylindrical shear-axial wave scattering by a circular cavity in piezoelectric crystal of 6(4)-class of symmetry are discussed. It is shown that the basic integral characteristics of scattering—scattering indicatrix and total cross-section scattering have large changes with approach of a linear shear-axial wave source to cavity boundary. The small-scale oscillations in spectra of scattering are caused by the interference contribution of waves circulating on a boundary as they are capable of effective capture by concave metallized boundary of a cavity.

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E. Kosyak and N. Shevyakhov, "The Scattering of a Cylindrical Shear-Axial Wave by a Circular Cavity in Piezoelectric Crystal," Open Journal of Acoustics, Vol. 3 No. 4, 2013, pp. 103-109. doi: 10.4236/oja.2013.34016.

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