Dynamic response of a shallow circular inclusion under incident SH wave in radially inhomogeneous half-space is researched by applying complex function theory and multipolar coordinate system. Considering that the mass density of the half-space varies along with the radius direction, the governing equation is expressed as a Helmholtz equation with a variable coefficient. Based on the conformal mapping method, the Helmholtz equation with a variable coefficient is transformed into its normalized form. Then, the expressions of incident wave, reflected wave and scattering wave are obtained, and the standing wave function is deduced by considering the circular inclusion subsequently. According to displacement and stress continuous condition of the inclusion, the undetermined coefficients in scattering wave and standing wave are solved. Finally, dynamic stress concentration factor around the inclusion is calculated and discussed. Numerical results demonstrate the validity of the method and influential factors of dynamic stress concentration factor.
Archive of Applied Mechanics – Springer Journals
Published: Jun 5, 2018
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