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Existence of extraordinary transonic states in monoclinic elastic media. Litian Wang and Kent Ryne Østfold University College 1757 Halden Norway. Main problems. Existence of extraordinary transonic states associated with extraordinary zero-curvature slowness curve

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### Existence of extraordinary transonic states in monoclinic elastic media

Litian Wang and Kent Ryne

Østfold University College

1757 Halden Norway

• Existence of extraordinary transonic states associated with extraordinary zero-curvature slowness curve

• Existence of space of degeneracy

• Existence of generalized surface waves

Cubic (Cu)

Monoclinic

Cubic (Cu)

Monoclinic

m

Zero-curvature transonic states

E1 E2 E3 E4

Barnett, Lothe & Gundersen

Cubic (Cu)

Monoclinic

• Can a slowness curve have zero-curvature locally?

• How flat a slowness curve can be?

• Degree of freedom = 6

• Elastic stiffness matrix:

θ

Where d13=c13+c55, ∆15=c11-c55, ∆64=c66-c44, ∆53=c55-c33,

k

Curvature in slowness plot

Let

Curvature k and its second derivative k’’ in the neighborhood of z-axis are given by

k

How to find the eigenvalue ?

Where d13=c13+c55, ∆15=c11-c55, ∆64=c66-c44, ∆53=c55-c33,

k

Perturbation method

θ

k

k

Results - 1

(a) Normal curvature of slowness curve along z-axis

(b) Zero-Curvature along z-axis when d132 = c11∆35 or

(c13+c55)2=c11(c33-c55)

k

Results - 2

(a) The second derivative of curvature:

(b) Extraordinary zero-curvature along z-axis when (c11c36-d13c16)2=c112c55∆45)

• Space of degeneracy in monoclinic media

• Generalized surface waves

E1 zero-curvature transonic state:

E4 zero-curvature transonic state:

Space of degeneracy vs zero-curvature slowness curve:

Space of degeneracy vs generalized surface waves

• Subsonic surface waves

• Supersonic surface waves

• Existence of extraordinary zero-curvature slowness curve

• Existence of space of degeneracy

• Existence of supersonic surface wave along the space of degeneracy

• Existence of generalized subsonic surface wave along the space of degeneracy