Rayleigh and Love surface waves in isotropic media with negative Poisson’s ratio

@article{Goldstein2014RayleighAL,
  title={Rayleigh and Love surface waves in isotropic media with negative Poisson’s ratio},
  author={Robert V. Goldstein and Valentin A. Gorodtsov and Dmitry S. Lisovenko},
  journal={Mechanics of Solids},
  year={2014},
  volume={49},
  pages={422-434}
}
The behavior of Rayleigh surface waves and the first mode of the Love waves in isotropic media with positive and negative Poisson’s ratio is compared. It is shown that the Rayleigh wave velocity increases with decreasing Poisson’s ratio, and it increases especially rapidly for negative Poisson’s ratios less than −0.75. It is demonstrated that, for positive Poisson’s ratios, the vertical component of the Rayleigh wave displacements decays with depth after some initial increase, while for… 
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