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# G. L. Komissarova

Bio: G. L. Komissarova is an academic researcher from National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The author has contributed to research in topics: Surface wave & Longitudinal wave. The author has an hindex of 3, co-authored 5 publications receiving 38 citations.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the properties of normal axisymmetric waves propagating through a perfect compressible fluid contained in an elastic thin-walled cylinder are investigated using the complete system of equations of the dynamic theory of elasticity.

Abstract: The properties of normal axisymmetric waves propagating through a perfect compressible fluid contained in an elastic thin-walled cylinder are investigated. The problem is solved using the complete system of equations of the dynamic theory of elasticity. The effects of interaction between elastic and fluid waves are studied within a wide frequency range. The numerical results are classified on the basis of data on the properties of partial subsystems. Partial subsystems are those for which the interaction effects are insignificant. For special cases of compound waveguides, the dispersion spectra are constructed and the kinematic and energy characteristics of normal waves are analyzed. Particular attention is given to the lowest normal wave, which has specific properties and participates in the elastic–liquid interaction over a wide frequency range.

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TL;DR: In this paper, the properties of harmonic surface waves in an elastic cylinder made of a rigid material and filled with a fluid are studied using the dynamic equations of elasticity and the equations of motion of a perfect compressible fluid.

Abstract: The properties of harmonic surface waves in an elastic cylinder made of a rigid material and filled with a fluid are studied. The problem is solved using the dynamic equations of elasticity and the equations of motion of a perfect compressible fluid. It is shown that two surface (Stoneley and Rayleigh) waves exist in this waveguide system. The first normal wave generates a Stoneley wave on the inner surface of the cylinder. If the material is rigid, no normal wave exists to transform into a Rayleigh wave. The Rayleigh wave on the outer surface forms on certain sections of different dispersion curves. The kinematic and energy characteristics of surface waves are analyzed. As the wave number increases, the phase velocities of all normal waves, except the first one, tend to the sonic velocity in the fluid from above

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TL;DR: In this article, the properties of harmonic surface waves in a fluid-filled cylinder made of a compliant material are studied, and the wave motions are described by a complete system of dynamic equations of elasticity and the equation of motion of a perfect compressible fluid.

Abstract: The properties of harmonic surface waves in a fluid-filled cylinder made of a compliant material are studied. The wave motions are described by a complete system of dynamic equations of elasticity and the equation of motion of a perfect compressible fluid. An asymptotic analysis of the dispersion equation for large wave numbers and a qualitative analysis of the dispersion spectrum show that there are two surface waves in this waveguide system. The first normal wave forms a Stoneley wave on the inside surface with increase in the wave number. The second normal wave forms a Rayleigh wave on the outside surface. The phase velocities of all the other waves tend to the velocity of the shear wave in the cylinder material. The dispersion, kinematic, and energy characteristics of surface waves are analyzed. It is established how the wave localization processes differ in hard and compliant materials of the cylinder

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TL;DR: In this paper, an accurate solution has been obtained for the sound emission by a point source in a complex fluid-elastic system, which is converted to the form of contour integrals, permitting effective numerical estimates of the influence of the geometric and physical parameters of the waveguide structure.

Abstract: An accurate solution has been obtained for the sound emission by a point source in a complex fluid-elastic system. Analytical representation of the wave characteristics is converted to the form of contour integrals, permitting effective numerical estimates of the influence of the geometric and physical parameters of the waveguide structure. A computational algorithm has been proposed, and its effectiveness has been estimated. The existence of two types of surface waves that are not subject to radiative damping has been established.

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TL;DR: In this article, the relationship between the physical characteristics of a cylinder and the properties of normal axisymmetric waves in elastic liquid waveguides was studied, where the cylinder is made of a compliant material in which the velocity of shear waves is less than the sonic velocity in a perfect compressible liquid.

Abstract: The paper studies the relationship between the physical characteristics of a cylinder and the properties of normal axisymmetric waves in elastic–liquid waveguides. The cylinder is made of a compliant material in which the velocity of shear waves is less than the sonic velocity in a perfect compressible liquid. The complete system of dynamic elasticity equations and the wave equation are used to describe the wave fields in the elastic cylinder and fluid, respectively. This approach allows obtaining the dispersion characteristics of coupled normal waves in compound waveguides over wide ranges of frequencies and wavelengths. The curves of real, imaginary, and complex wave numbers versus frequency are plotted for specific pairs of waveguide materials. Computations are carried out for a thick-walled cylinder filled with a fluid and immersed in either vacuum or a fluid. It is found out that compliant and rigid materials of the cylinder affect differently the wave interaction process in elastic–liquid waveguides

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19 May 2005TL;DR: In this article, the authors present a detailed review of liquid sloshing dynamics in rigid containers, including linear forced and non-linear interaction under external and parametric excitations.

Abstract: Preface Introduction 1. Fluid field equations and modal analysis in rigid containers 2. Linear forced sloshing 3. Viscous damping and sloshing suppression devices 4. Weakly nonlinear lateral sloshing 5. Equivalent mechanical models 6. Parametric sloshing (Faraday's waves) 7. Dynamics of liquid sloshing impact 8. Linear interaction of liquid sloshing with elastic containers 9. Nonlinear interaction under external and parametric excitations 10. Interactions with support structures and tuned sloshing absorbers 11. Dynamics of rotating fluids 12. Microgravity sloshing dynamics Bibliography Index.

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01 May 2005TL;DR: In this paper, the Dirichlet boundary conditions are classified into three classes: Neumann boundary conditions, Cauchy boundary conditions and Cauchey boundary conditions for a partially filled container.

Abstract: Introduction The theory of liquid sloshing dynamics in partially filled containers is based on developing the fluid field equations, estimating the fluid free-surface motion, and the resulting hydrodynamic forces and moments. Explicit solutions are possible only for a few special cases such as upright cylindrical and rectangular containers. The boundary value problem is usually solved for modal analysis and for the dynamic response characteristics to external excitations. The modal analysis of a liquid free-surface motion in a partially filled container estimates the natural frequencies and the corresponding mode shapes. The knowledge of the natural frequencies is essential in the design process of liquid tanks and in implementing active control systems in space vehicles. The natural frequencies of the free liquid surface appear in the combined boundary condition (kinematic and dynamic) rather than in the fluid continuity (Laplace's) equation. For an open surface, which does not completely enclose the field, the boundary conditions usually specify the value of the field at every point on the boundary surface or the normal gradient to the container surface, or both. The boundary conditions may be classified into three classes (Morse and Fesbach, 1953): the Dirichlet boundary conditions , which fix the value of the field on the surface; the Neumann boundary conditions , which fix the value of the normal gradient on the surface; and the Cauchy conditions , which fix both value of the field and normal gradient on the surface. Each class is appropriate for different types of equations and different boundary surfaces.

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01 May 200519 citations