Elastic interface waves along a fracture

@inproceedings{PyrakNolte2007ElasticIW,
  title={Elastic interface waves along a fracture},
  author={Laura J. Pyrak-Nolte and N. Cook},
  year={2007}
}
Non-welded interfaces can be treated as a displacement discontinuity characterized by elastic stiffnesses. Applying this boundary condition to a generalized Rayleigh wave, it is shown that a fast and a slow dispersive wave can propagate along the fracture, even when the seismic properties of the rock on each side are identical. 

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