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By I. D. Abrahams, G. W. Owen, A. J. Willmott (auth.), I. David Abrahams, Paul A. Martin, Michael J. Simon (eds.)

These convention lawsuits are meant to summarise the newest advancements in diffraction and scattering thought as pronounced on the IU­ TAM Symposium on Diffraction and Scattering in Fluid Mechanics and Elasticity held in Manchester, England on 16-20 July 2000. This in­ formal assembly used to be organised to debate mathematical advances, either from the theoretical and extra utilized issues of view. besides the fact that, its pri­ mary objective used to be to collect teams of researchers operating in dis­ parate program parts, yet who however proportion universal types, phenomenological positive factors bobbing up in such difficulties, and customary math­ ematical instruments. To this finish, we have been overjoyed to have 4 Plenary audio system, Professors Allan Pierce, Ed Kerschen, Roger Grimshaw and John Willis FRS, who're undisputed leaders within the 4 thematic ar­ eas of our assembly (these are respectively acoustics, aeroacoustics, water or different loose floor waves, elasticity). those court cases should still supply a great automobile for carrying on with the discussion among those teams of researchers. The members have been invited due to their services and up to date contributions to this box. jointly, there have been round ninety contrib­ utors to the Symposium from a few thirteen nations positioned everywhere in the global. those incorporated forty five audio system, 35 co-authors and approximately 10 different delegates. members got here from a number of the significant overseas cen­ tres of excellence within the box of scattering theory.

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However , as t he wave number beco mes large, IRI for any numb er of slots asym ptotically incr eases to un ity. 2c : Reflectio n coeff icien t for ty pe II earner . b/ h = 1.. 5 2 Kh Fig. 1 , ce _ 30° This work is partiall y support ed by CS IR . 1 . Fluid Mech. 38,499- 511. 1. Fluid Mech. 68 , 513-535. 1. , Por t , Coas tal & Ocean Eng. 113 , 660-671. 1 . Eng. Math . 35, 361- 384. 3 : Reflec tion co e ff ic ie nt for type 111 barrier, b /h ~ 1. 8 / --.. ,, -;( / / ' q -3 , , 'q _ ! : ,' 0 ,6 !

13, 549- 576. 0826 IRI and ITI for different 51 valu es of Kh when B\ = 45° and a f h. = 1. [3] Mittra, R, Lee, S Wand Van Blaricum, G F (1968) A modified residue calculus technique, Int. J . Eng. Sci. 6, 395-408. [4] Jones, D S (1994) M ethods in Electromagnetic Wave Propagation, 2nd edition, Oxford: Clarendon Press. [5] Mitt ra , R and Lee, S W (1971) Analytical Techniques in the Theory of Guided Wav es, New York: Macmillan. [6] Martin , P A and Dalrymple, R A (1988) Scattering of long waves by cylindrical obstacles and gratings using matched asymptotic expansions, J .

2 4 2 Kh Fi g 1c: P arti a lly immers ed barrier w ith g aps . b/h = . 1 , 0< = 30 0 F ig. 3 that t he zeros of IRI almost remain t he same while IRI slight ly increases or decreases with th e increase in the number of slots. For a thi ck slotted wall exte nding from the surface down to the bottom (type IV), it is observed th at IRI decreases with th e angle of incid ence and with the decrease of t hickness for fixed wave number. Also IRI increases st eadily with Kh and jRI --t 1 as Kh --t 00 .

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