## Surface acoustic waves in inhomogeneous mediaSurface Acoustic Waves in Inhomogeneous Media covers almost all important problems of the interaction of different types of surface acoustic waves with surface inhomogeneities. The problems of surface acoustic wave interaction with periodic topographic gratings widely used in filters and resonators are under careful consideration. The most important results of surface wave scattering by local defects such as grooves, random roughness, elastic wedges are given. Different theoretical approaches and practical rules for solving the surface wave problems are presented. |

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### Contents

Basic Types of Surface Acoustic Waves in Solids | 1 |

262 | 83 |

Mutual Transformation of Bulk and Surface Acoustic Waves | 175 |

Rayleigh Waves on Curved Surfaces of Arbitrary Form | 196 |

Topographic Waveguides | 217 |

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Surface Acoustic Waves in Inhomogeneous Media Sergey V. Biryukov,Yuri V. Gulyaev,Victor Krylov,Victor Plessky No preview available - 2012 |

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