CONTENTS VOLUME 2, issue 2 



Published on 25.04.2002 

Here we study the circulation and curl of potential vector in dynamical fields. We prove the theorem that in dynamical fields the curl of potential vector is proportional to the vector product of unit vector of flux direction by the particular derivative of flux of vector with respect to time. With it the vector remains its potential pattern, since the circulation is conditioned by the finite velocity of wave spacepropagation. We consider the applications of this theorem to acoustic and electromagnetic fields. We describe the results of experimental studying the transversal acoustic waves in gas medium, which corroborates the possibility to form the transversal wave by way of linear superposition of potential dynamical fields. Keywords: theoretical physics, mathematical physics, wave physics, vector algebra, acoustics, electromagnetic theory, dynamical potential fields. Classification by MSC 2000: 76A02, 76B47, 76N15, 76Q05, 78A02, 78A25, 78A40. Classification by PASC 2001:
03.50.z; 03.50.De; 41.20.Jb; 43.20.+g; 43.90.+v; 46.25.Cc; 46.40.Cd 

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S. B. Karavashkin and O. N. Karavashkina. APPLICATION OF COMPLEX DYNAMICAL MAPPING TO ACOUSTIC FIELDS CHAPTER 1. ACOUSTIC FIELDS PRODUCED BY A SINGLE PULSING SPHERE 

Published on 27.05.2002 

We analyse conventional conformal and alternative nonconformal mapping and prove that this last describes most exactly an acoustic field produced by a single pulsing sphere. By means of dynamical nonconformal mapping we plot the dynamical pattern of process and show that in case of single pulsing sphere the standing wave in the near acoustic field does not arise, as it was thought till now. The inexact estimation of this process is caused by the incorrect comparison of time and spacephases of process being the argument of trigonometric periodical function. Keywords: Wave physics; Acoustics; Theory of complex variable, Nonconformal mapping, Quasiconformal mapping Classification by MSC 2000: 30C62; 30C99; 30G30; 32A30; 7605; 7699. Classification by PASC 2001: 43.20.+g; 43.38.+n; 43.58.+z; 43.90.+v; 43.20.Hq; 43.20.Tb; 46.25.Cc; 46.40.Cd 

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S. B. Karavashkin and O. N. Karavashkina. THE FEATURES OF LONGITUDINAL COMPRESSION WAVES PROPAGATION IN A FINITECROSSSECTION HOMOGENEOUS ELASTIC ROD (LINEAR MODELLING) 

Published on 08.08.2002 

This paper continues a broad circle devoted to our new method to obtain exact analytical solutions for vibrant elastic systems. Here we present an example of application of this method to a practical problem seeming a simplest at the first sight. However even in this simplest problem the exact analytical solutions reveal quite serious features being unknown or disregarded before. In particular, we prove that, according to the dynamics of process, Poisson coefficient must be negative, in order the rod stretch to correspond its thinning, and vice versa. We also prove that the velocity of accompanying transversal waves propagation is equal to the velocity of longitudinal wave. The same, the velocity of accompanying longitudinal wave is equal to the velocity of transversal wave if inequal velocities of the main longitudinal and transversal waves. We establish that in frames of linear modelling the dynamical variation of a rod density has a nonharmonic periodical pattern; this essentially broadens the conventional range of linear approximation. 

Classification by MSC 2000: 74B05; 74B10; 74H45; 74J15; 74J30; 74K10; 74S99 Classification by PASC 2001: 46.40.f; 46.40.Cd; 46.40.Ff; 46.70.Hg Keywords: Elastic distributed lines; Elastic rod vibrations; Surface waves; ODE; Poisson coefficient 

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S. B. Karavashkin and O. N. Karavashkina. INVESTIGATION OF ELASTIC CONSTRAINT NONLINEARITY 

Published on 17.10.2002  
This paper is devoted to finding the solution of nonlinear vibrations in a homogeneous elastic line consisting of three elements connected by nonlinear elastic constraints. The obtained solution is a functional spectral series whose each harmonic is determined analytically on the basis of solution for the system of equations describing the vibration process in one and the same linear system under the forces depending on the degree of elastic constraint nonlinearity and on the vibration amplitude of the lowest harmonics. The obtained solutions are analysed. We are revealing that the boundary frequency of each harmonic drops proportionally to the order of harmonic, and resonance spectrum of harmonics of dynamical process contains the spectrum of natural frequencies lower than the natural boundary frequency and the spectrum of frequencies of lower harmonics located between the natural boundary frequency and the boundary frequency of the first harmonic. It is shown that the method of recurrent determination of the spectrum of nonlinear dynamical process can be extended to the models with nonlinear resistance and to the case of complexspectrum external force. 

Classification by MSC 2000: 37N15; 70G60; 70G70; 70K40; 70K75; 74H45; 74J30; 93B18 Classification by PASC 2001: 05.45.a; 05.45.Tp; 45.20.d; 45.50.Jf; 45.90.+t Key words: wave physics, mathematical physics, theoretical physics, manybody systems, nonlinear dynamics, spectrum of nonlinear dynamical process 

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