Numerical results for Lamb"s point load problem by D. C. Gakenheimer

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The present work describes a procedure for the numerical evaluation of the classical integral-transform solution of the transient elastodynamic point-load (axisymmetric) Lamb's problem.

This solution involves integrals of rapidly oscillatory functions over semi-infinite intervals and inversion of one-sided (time) Laplace transforms. These features introduce difficulties for a numerical Cited by: Numerical results for Lambs point load problem book problems at the end of each chapter are not very clear on what is being asked of you and the absence of answers to these problems at the back of the book, like most textbooks, makes knowing if your getting the correct answer or not impossible without searching online for a solutions manual.

I would not recommend this book/5(38). Lamb's problem deals with the response elicited by a vertical or horizontal point load applied suddenly onto the surface of an elastic half-space. This classical problem harks back to the early twentieth century, when Lamb [ 1 ] enunciated this now famous and Cited by: The results show near field distances for both infinite line and point sources and for five different real grounds, typical of the Barcelona (Spain) metropolitan area.

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A two-dimensional theoretical model of the surface vibration due to a point load moving along a beam in the layer has been investigated employing a wavelet approach by Koziol et al [25].

They placed an infinitely long beam inside the solid parallel to the surface and the lower layer is considered to be a half space. Numerical results are reported in Table 2. This Table shows that our results are more accurate than those obtained in [12].

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