A Computational Method to Calculate the Exact Solution for Acoustic Scattering by Fluid Spheroids

@article{Gonzalez2016ACM,
  title={A Computational Method to Calculate the Exact Solution for Acoustic Scattering by Fluid Spheroids},
  author={Juan D. Remolina Gonz'alez and Edmundo F. Lavia and Silvia Blanc},
  journal={arXiv: Computational Physics},
  year={2016}
}
The problem of scattering of harmonic plane acoustic waves by fluid spheroids (prolate and oblate) is addressed from an analytical approach. Mathematically, it consists in solving the Helmholtz equation in an unbounded domain with Sommerfeld radiation condition at infinity. The domain where propagation takes place is characterised by density and sound speed values $\rho_0$ and $c_0$, respectively, while $\rho_1$ and $c_1$ are the corresponding density and sound speed values of an immersed… 

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