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Earthquakes and Structures
  Volume 9, Number 1, July 2015, pages 111-126
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12989/eas.2015.9.1.111
 

Analysis of stress, magnetic field and temperature on coupled gravity-Rayleigh waves in layered water-soil model
Rajneesh Kakar and Shikha Kakar

 
Abstract     [Full Text]
    In this study, the coupled effects of magnetic field, stress and thermal field on gravity waves propagating in a liquid layer over a solid surface are discussed. Due to change in temperature, initial hydrostatic stress and magnetic field, the gravity-sound Rayleigh waves can propagate in the liquid-solid interface. Dispersion properties of waves are derived by using classical dynamical theory of thermoelasticity. The phase velocity of gravity waves influenced quite remarkably in the presence of initial stress parameter, magneto-thermoelastic coupling parameter in the half space. Numerical solutions are also discussed for gravity-Rayleigh waves. In the absence of temperature, stress and magnetic field, the obtained results are in agreement with classical results.
 
Key Words
    gravity-Rayleigh waves; magnetic field; thermoelasticity; initial stress
 
Address
Rajneesh Kakar: Faculty of Engineering & Technology, GNA University, Hargobindgarh, Phagwara, 163/1, C-B, Jalandhar-144022, India

Shikha Kakar: Department of Electronics, SBBS University, Padhiana, 163/1, C-B, Jalandhar-144022, India
 

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