Backscatter from a Spherical Inclusion with Compliant Interphase Characteristics

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1989
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Kitahara, M.
Nakagawa, K.
Achenbach, J.
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Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation
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In studies of scattering by an inclusion it is generally assumed that the inclusion is perfectly bonded to the surrounding matrix material. The actual bond between two materials is, however, generally effected by a thin layer, which may be called an interphase, rather than an interface. It is well known that the mechanical behavior of such an interphase may significantly influence the overall mechanical behavior of a solid containing inclusions.

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