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Wenshinn Shyu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • sh wave scattering by a semi elliptical hill using a null field boundary integral equation method and a hybrid method
    Geophysical Journal International, 2012
    Co-Authors: Jeng-tzong Chen, Wenshinn Shyu
    Abstract:

    SUMMARY Following the success of seismic analysis of a semi-circular hill, the problem of SH-wave scattering by a semi-elliptical hill is revisited by using the null-field boundary integral equation method (BIEM). To fully use the Analytical Property in the null-field boundary integral equation approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels for solving the semi-elliptical hill scattering problem, the problem is decomposed to two regions to produce elliptical boundaries by using the technique of taking free body. One is the half-plane problem containing a semi-elliptical boundary. This semi-infinite problem is imbedded in an infinite plane with an artificial elliptical boundary such that degenerate kernel can be fully applied. The other is an interior problem bounded by an elliptical boundary. The degenerate kernel in the elliptic coordinates for two subdomains is used to expand the closed-form fundamental solution. The semi-Analytical formulation in companion with matching boundary conditions yields six constraint equations. Instead of finding admissible wave-expansion bases, our null-field BIEM in conjunction with degenerate kernels has the five features over the conventional BIEM/BEM, (1) free of calculating principal values, (2) exponential convergence, (3) elimination of boundary-layer effect, (4) meshless and (5) well-posed system. All numerical results are compared well with those of using the hybrid method which is also described in this paper. It is interesting to find that a focusing phenomenon is also observed in this study.

Jeng-tzong Chen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • sh wave scattering by a semi elliptical hill using a null field boundary integral equation method and a hybrid method
    Geophysical Journal International, 2012
    Co-Authors: Jeng-tzong Chen, Wenshinn Shyu
    Abstract:

    SUMMARY Following the success of seismic analysis of a semi-circular hill, the problem of SH-wave scattering by a semi-elliptical hill is revisited by using the null-field boundary integral equation method (BIEM). To fully use the Analytical Property in the null-field boundary integral equation approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels for solving the semi-elliptical hill scattering problem, the problem is decomposed to two regions to produce elliptical boundaries by using the technique of taking free body. One is the half-plane problem containing a semi-elliptical boundary. This semi-infinite problem is imbedded in an infinite plane with an artificial elliptical boundary such that degenerate kernel can be fully applied. The other is an interior problem bounded by an elliptical boundary. The degenerate kernel in the elliptic coordinates for two subdomains is used to expand the closed-form fundamental solution. The semi-Analytical formulation in companion with matching boundary conditions yields six constraint equations. Instead of finding admissible wave-expansion bases, our null-field BIEM in conjunction with degenerate kernels has the five features over the conventional BIEM/BEM, (1) free of calculating principal values, (2) exponential convergence, (3) elimination of boundary-layer effect, (4) meshless and (5) well-posed system. All numerical results are compared well with those of using the hybrid method which is also described in this paper. It is interesting to find that a focusing phenomenon is also observed in this study.

  • sh wave diffraction by a semi circular hill revisited a null field boundary integral equation method using degenerate kernels
    Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2011
    Co-Authors: Jeng-tzong Chen, Chinefeng Wu, I L Chen
    Abstract:

    Abstract Following the success of seismic analysis of a canyon [1], the problem of SH-wave diffraction by a semi-circular hill is revisited using the null-field boundary integral equation method (BIEM). To fully utilize the Analytical Property in the null-field boundary integral equation approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels for solving the semi-circular hill scattering problem, the problem is decomposed into two regions to produce circular boundaries using the technique of taking free body. One is the half-plane problem containing a semi-circular boundary. This semi-infinite problem is imbedded in an infinite plane with an artificial full circular boundary such that degenerate kernel can be fully applied. The other is an interior problem bounded by a circular boundary. The degenerate kernel in the polar coordinates for two subdomains is utilized for the closed-form fundamental solution. The semi-Analytical formulation along with matching boundary conditions yields six constraint equations. Instead of finding admissible wave expansion bases, our null-field BIEM approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels have five features over the conventional BIEM/BEM: (1) free from calculating principal values, (2) exponential convergence, (3) elimination of boundary-layer effect, (4) meshless and (5) well-posed system. All the numerical results are comparing well with the available results in the literature. It is interesting to find that a focusing phenomenon is also observed in this study.

Deling Zeng – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Analytical Property of scattering matrix spectroscopy phenomena and sharp overlapping autoionization resonances
    Scientific Reports, 2017
    Co-Authors: Rui Jin, Xiaoying Han, Xiang Gao, Deling Zeng
    Abstract:

    An extended atomic data base with sufficiently high precision is required in astrophysics studies and the energy researches. For example, there are “infinite” energy levels in discrete energy region as well as overlapping resonances in autoionization region. We show in this paper the merits of our relativistic eigenchannel R-matrix method R-R-Eigen based on the Analytical continuation properties of scattering matrices for the calculations of the energy levels, overlapping resonances and the related transitions. Using Ne+ as an illustration example, the scattering matrices of Ne+ in both discrete and continuum energy regions are calculated by our R-R-Eigen method directly. Based on our proposed projected high dimensional quantum-defect graph (symmetrized), one can readily determine the accuracies of the calculated scattering matrices using the experimental energy levels in a systematical way. The calculated resonant photoionization cross sections in the autoionization region are in excellent agreement with the benchmark high resolution experiments. With the scattering matrices checked/calibrated against spectroscopy data in both discrete and continuum energy regions, the relevant dynamical processes should be calculated with adequate accuracies. It should then satisfy the needs of the astrophysical and energy researches.

Rui Jin – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Analytical Property of scattering matrix spectroscopy phenomena and sharp overlapping autoionization resonances
    Scientific Reports, 2017
    Co-Authors: Rui Jin, Xiaoying Han, Xiang Gao, Deling Zeng
    Abstract:

    An extended atomic data base with sufficiently high precision is required in astrophysics studies and the energy researches. For example, there are “infinite” energy levels in discrete energy region as well as overlapping resonances in autoionization region. We show in this paper the merits of our relativistic eigenchannel R-matrix method R-R-Eigen based on the Analytical continuation properties of scattering matrices for the calculations of the energy levels, overlapping resonances and the related transitions. Using Ne+ as an illustration example, the scattering matrices of Ne+ in both discrete and continuum energy regions are calculated by our R-R-Eigen method directly. Based on our proposed projected high dimensional quantum-defect graph (symmetrized), one can readily determine the accuracies of the calculated scattering matrices using the experimental energy levels in a systematical way. The calculated resonant photoionization cross sections in the autoionization region are in excellent agreement with the benchmark high resolution experiments. With the scattering matrices checked/calibrated against spectroscopy data in both discrete and continuum energy regions, the relevant dynamical processes should be calculated with adequate accuracies. It should then satisfy the needs of the astrophysical and energy researches.

I L Chen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • sh wave diffraction by a semi circular hill revisited a null field boundary integral equation method using degenerate kernels
    Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 2011
    Co-Authors: Jeng-tzong Chen, Chinefeng Wu, I L Chen
    Abstract:

    Abstract Following the success of seismic analysis of a canyon [1], the problem of SH-wave diffraction by a semi-circular hill is revisited using the null-field boundary integral equation method (BIEM). To fully utilize the Analytical Property in the null-field boundary integral equation approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels for solving the semi-circular hill scattering problem, the problem is decomposed into two regions to produce circular boundaries using the technique of taking free body. One is the half-plane problem containing a semi-circular boundary. This semi-infinite problem is imbedded in an infinite plane with an artificial full circular boundary such that degenerate kernel can be fully applied. The other is an interior problem bounded by a circular boundary. The degenerate kernel in the polar coordinates for two subdomains is utilized for the closed-form fundamental solution. The semi-Analytical formulation along with matching boundary conditions yields six constraint equations. Instead of finding admissible wave expansion bases, our null-field BIEM approach in conjunction with degenerate kernels have five features over the conventional BIEM/BEM: (1) free from calculating principal values, (2) exponential convergence, (3) elimination of boundary-layer effect, (4) meshless and (5) well-posed system. All the numerical results are comparing well with the available results in the literature. It is interesting to find that a focusing phenomenon is also observed in this study.