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Acoustic diffraction from the junction of two joined parallel plates
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
Two parallel semi-infinite plates are joined together at their common end, with vacuum in the infinitesimal gap between them and acoustic fluid outside. The configuration is an idealization of a realistic structural member such as the bow or keel of a ship where the structural elements are joined at an acute angle. The exact solution for acoustic diffraction from the parallel double plate junction is obtained using thin plate theory and the Wiener-Hopf technique. The diffraction coefficient isdoi:10.1121/1.414726 fatcat:ctx4gahh3zh35fmds55eteomi4