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The existence of Rayleigh–Bloch surface waves

  • C. M. LINTON (a1) and M. McIVER (a1)

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Rayleigh–Bloch surface waves arise in many physical contexts including water waves and acoustics. They represent disturbances travelling along an infinite periodic structure. In the absence of any existence results, a number of authors have previously computed such modes for certain specific geometries. Here we prove that such waves can exist in the absence of any incident wave forcing for a wide class of structures.

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The existence of Rayleigh–Bloch surface waves

  • C. M. LINTON (a1) and M. McIVER (a1)

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