Edge resonance in an elastic semi-infinite cylinder
(2000) In Applicable Analysis 74(3-4). p.479-495- Abstract
- We study the three-dimensional elasticity operator in a semi-infinite circular cylinder subject to free boundary conditions, in the case of zero Poisson ratio. We prove, adapting the method from I. Roitberg, D. G. Vasilʹev and T. Weidl [Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 51 (1998), no. 1, 1--13; MR1610688 (98m:73041)], i.e., by first finding an invariant subspace for the elasticity operator such that the essential spectrum has a strictly positive lower bound and then finding a test function in this space for which the variational quotient takes a value below the bottom of the essential spectrum, that there is an eigenvalue embedded in the continuous spectrum. Physically, an eigenvalue corresponds to a `trapped mode', that is, a harmonic... (More)
- We study the three-dimensional elasticity operator in a semi-infinite circular cylinder subject to free boundary conditions, in the case of zero Poisson ratio. We prove, adapting the method from I. Roitberg, D. G. Vasilʹev and T. Weidl [Quart. J. Mech. Appl. Math. 51 (1998), no. 1, 1--13; MR1610688 (98m:73041)], i.e., by first finding an invariant subspace for the elasticity operator such that the essential spectrum has a strictly positive lower bound and then finding a test function in this space for which the variational quotient takes a value below the bottom of the essential spectrum, that there is an eigenvalue embedded in the continuous spectrum. Physically, an eigenvalue corresponds to a `trapped mode', that is, a harmonic oscillation localized near the edge. This effect, known in mechanics as the `edge resonance', has been extensively studied numerically and experimentally. Our paper extends the mathematical justification of such phenomena provided by Roitberg et al. [op. cit.] to a three-dimensional setting. (Less)
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