## Treatise on Materials Science and Technology, Volume 1 |

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These calculations show that the composite can be used as a collimator of stress

These calculations show that the composite can be used as a collimator of stress

**waves**to get stress**waves**of very high intensity and polarized in a direction parallel to the fibers . It can also be used as a filter of stress**waves**...Page 171

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the elastic

We also notice from the figures that the nature of various curves for the elastic

**wave**propagation in the yz plane is quite ... of the fibers can be obtained from a study of the propagation of short elastic**waves**in the xy plane .Page 172

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**waves**incident between the angles 0 and 0 + dO is same for all values of 0 , where the range of 0 is from – 90 ° to 90 ° . We notice from Fig . 14 and Fig . 24 that g ( 0 ) is very small for 101 > 5 ° compared with the height of the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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