Abstract

The reflection of straight-crested flexural waves at the edge of a semi-infinite plate is studied in terms of a two-dimensional plate theory. It is found that, in general, a flexural wave propagated toward the edge at an arbitrary angle of incidence gives rise to three reflected waves: two flexural waves and a shear wave. A number of special cases, involving degenerate forms of these motions, are investigated in detail.

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