Istrazivanja i projektovanja za privreduJournal of Applied Engineering Science


DOI: 10.5937/jaes0-28051 
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Volume 18 article 744 pages: 676 - 680

Olga V. Egorova*
Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Department of Resistance of Materials Dynamics and Strength of Machines, Moscow, Russian Federation

Ye Ko Kyaw
Defence Services Academy (D.S.A), Department of Mathematics, Pyin Oo Lwin, Myanmar

Research in the field of unsteady interaction of shock waves propagating in continuous media with various deform¬able barriers are of considerable scientific interest, since so far there are only a few scientific works dealing with solving problems of this class only for the simplest special cases. In this work, on the basis of analytical solution, we study the inverse non-stationary boundary-value problem of diffraction of plain pressure wave on convex surface in form of parabolic cylinder immersed in liquid and exposed to plane acoustic pressure wave. The purpose of the work is to construct approximate models for the interaction of an acoustic wave in an ideal fluid with an undeformable obstacle, which may allow obtaining fundamental solutions in a closed form, formulating initial-boundary value problems of the motion of elastic shells taking into account the influence of external environment in form of integral relationships based on the constructed fundamental solutions, and developing methods for their solutions. The inverse boundary problem for determining the pressure jump (amplitude pressure) was also solved. In the inverse problem, the amplitude pressure is determined from the measured pressure in reflected and incident waves on the surface of the body using the least squares method. The experimental technique described in this work can be used to study diffraction by complex obstacles. Such measurements can be beneficial, for example, for monitoring the results of numerical simulations.

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The work has been conducted with the financial support of the grant of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research, project code No 19-01-00675.

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