Multiple-scattering theory for two-dimensional arbitrarily shaped acoustic composites

@article{Alberti2016MultiplescatteringTF,
  title={Multiple-scattering theory for two-dimensional arbitrarily shaped acoustic composites},
  author={Alejo Alberti and Ignacio Spiousas and Pablo Ernesto Riera and Manuel Camilo Eguia},
  journal={Proc. Meetings on Acoustics},
  year={2016},
  volume={28}
}
Multi-scattering theory (MST) is an analytical tool which allows for the resolution of the field dispersed (scattered) by an interfering medium after leaving a source. The basis of the method consists in determining the way each inhomogeneity (scatterer) in the medium affects the incident wave, something which ultimately depends on the shape and mechanical properties of the scatterer. Unlike previously reported MST implementations in acoustics, which only deal with cylindrical scatterers, we… CONTINUE READING

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