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Third-order resonant wave interactions
(AIP Publishing, 1977)
An analysis is presented of third_order resonant interactions in capillary-gravity waves. When dissipation is accounted for, the theory predicts the amplitude of the third harmonic near the resonant frequency and at the ...
Higher-order effects of initial deformation on the vibrations of crystal plates
(Acoustical Society of America, 1977-02-01)
A system of plate equations for the thickness_shear and flexural vibrations superposed on large initial deflection due to bending is derived; in the stress–strain relations the terms associated with the fourth_order elastic ...
Parametric excitations of linear systems having many degrees of freedom
(Acoustical Society of America, 1977-08-01)
The method of multiple scales is used to analyze parametrically excited, linear systems having many degrees of freedom and distinct natural frequencies. Explicit second-order expressions are obtained for the characteristic ...
Numerical-perturbation technique for the transverse vibrations of highly prestressed plates
(Acoustical Society of America, 1977-01-01)
Under the usual assumptions of small strains with moderately large rotations, the problem of the transverse vibrations of highly prestressed, nonuniform annular plates is reduced to the solution of the differential equation ...
Adiabatic Following in Two-Photon Transition
(American Physical Society, 1977-03-01)
The coherent interaction of two smoothly varying, near-resonant, two-photon pulses with a three-level system can be described by "two-photon damped Bloch equations" which are analogous to those for a one-photon transition ...