Interaction between an elastic wave and a single pinned dislocation

@article{Maurel2005InteractionBA,
  title={Interaction between an elastic wave and a single pinned dislocation},
  author={Agn{\`e}s Maurel and Vincent Pagneux and Felipe Barra and Fernando Lund},
  journal={Physical Review B},
  year={2005},
  volume={72},
  pages={174110}
}
Acoustic, and more generally elastic, waves in solids are damped by several mechanisms, among which dislocation motion is believed to play an important role. This is because an elastic wave interacts with a dislocation causing it to oscillate in response, and the resulting transfer of energy from wave to dislocation damps the acoustic vibrations. Recently, improved experimental techniques as well as improved numerical methods have been able to probe in some detail this interaction, isolating… 
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