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Acoustic wave propagation in effective graded fully anisotropic fluid layers

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This work deals with the sound wave propagation modeling in anisotropic and heterogeneous media. The considered scattering problem involves an infinite layer of finite thickness containing an anisotropic fluid whose properties can vary along the layer depth. The specular transmission and reflection of an acoustic plane wave by such a layer is modeled through the state vector formalism for the acoustic fields. This is solved using three different numerical techniques, namely, the transfer matrix method, Peano series, and transfer Green's function. These three methods are compared to demonstrate the convergence of the numerical solutions. Moreover, the implemented numerical procedures allow the authors to retrieve the internal acoustic fields and show their dependency along with the fluid anisotropic properties. Results are presented to illustrate the changes in absorption that can be achieved by tuning the fluid anisotropy as well as the variation of these properties across the depth of the layer. The results presented are in very good agreement across the different methods. Given that many porous materials can be modeled as equivalent fluids, the results presented show the potential offered by such numerical techniques, and can further give more insight into inhomogeneous anisotropic porous materials.
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hal-02385196 , version 1 (28-11-2019)



Théo Cavalieri, Jean Boulvert, Logan Schwan, Gwenael Gabard, Vicent Romero-Garcia, et al.. Acoustic wave propagation in effective graded fully anisotropic fluid layers. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2019, 146 (5), pp.3400-3408. ⟨10.1121/1.5131653⟩. ⟨hal-02385196⟩
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