Mal, on the frequency equation for love wave due to abrupt thickening of the crustal layer.
Sato studied the propagation of Love waves in a layer with sharp change in thickness while De Noyer considered the same in a layer over a half space with sinusoidal interface.
1962, "on the frequency equation for love wave
due to abrupt thickening of the crustal layer," Geof Pure.
in a heterogeneous medium, Geophysical Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society 6(2): 131-147.
I got a little confused out there, but I loved it because I love waves
The video's title, Les ondes de Love (Love Waves
), 2009, refers to the British mathematician Augustus Edward Hough Love, who first described so-called Love Waves
occurring on the earth's surface during earthquakes.
are registered only in the horizontal components whereas Rayleigh waves, which are polarized in the vertical plane, are registered both in horizontal and in vertical components.