On PC Ansatzs

Babich, V.
January 2006
Journal of Mathematical Sciences;Jan2006, Vol. 132 Issue 1, p2
Academic Journal
The paper is devoted to a detailed consideration of an ansatz known from the seventies: where Here the Dp are parabolic-cylinder functions. Analytic expressions in the first approximation for the wave field in the penumbra of the wave reflected by an impedance or transparent cone are obtained. Bibliography: 11 titles.


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