Different Methods to Calculate Wave Propagation Analysis

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Different methods to calculate Wave propagation AnalysisExecutive SummaryThis report shows the importance of Numerical analysis in Geotechnical Engineering. Geotechnicalengineering is the process whereby rock mechanics and soil mechanics use to investigate subsurfaceconditions and materials so that they can come up with appropriate physical, chemical or mechanicalcomposition of these materials. The mechanics also use it Geotechnical Engineering to check the stabilityof slopes made naturally and those made by man.The report will also describe the computational framework/numerical model proposed and its mainstrength and limitations, the report will compare different numerical methods developed to study the sameGeotechnical Engineering. At the end, there will be a comparison of the model done with other works inliterature.
Different methods to calculate Wave propagation AnalysisTable of ContentsExecutive Summary.....................................................................................................................................2Introduction.................................................................................................................................................4Computational Framework/ Numerical Method..........................................................................................4Main features of Computational Framework...............................................................................................4Other methods used.....................................................................................................................................5Governing Equations...............................................................................................................................5Infinite Element Formulation...................................................................................................................5Verification method.................................................................................................................................5Conclusion...................................................................................................................................................5References...................................................................................................................................................7
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