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|Title:||The solution of a mixed boundary value problem in the theory of diffraction|
|Citation:||Journal of Engineering Mathematics. 18(1): 37-62|
|Abstract:||An exact solution is obtained for the problem of the diffraction of a cylindrical sound wave by an absorbent semi-infinite plane. The two faces of the half-plane have different impedance boundary conditions. The problem which is solved is a mathematical model for a noise barrier whose surface is treated with two different acoustically absorbent materials. The usual Wiener-Hopf method (which is the standard technique for solving half-plane problems) has to be modified to give a solution to the present mixed boundary value problem.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mathematics Research Papers|
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