Pressure Fields Generated by Acoustical Pulses Propagating in Randomly Layered Media

@article{Chillan1998PressureFG,
  title={Pressure Fields Generated by Acoustical Pulses Propagating in Randomly Layered Media},
  author={Jos{\'e} Chillan and Jean-Pierre Fouque},
  journal={SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics},
  year={1998},
  volume={58},
  pages={1532-1546}
}
This paper investigates the pressure eld generated at the bottom of a high-contrast randomly layered slab by an acoustical pulse emitted at the surface of the slab. This analysis takes place in the framework introduced by Asch, Kohler, Papanicolaou, Postel and White 1] where the incident pulse wave length is long compared to the correlation length of the random inhomogeneities, but short compared to the size of the slab. This problem has been studied in the one-dimensional case simultaneously… CONTINUE READING
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