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Time-reversal focusing of elastic surface waves with an asymmetric surface layer
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The effectiveness of time-reversal focusing is evaluated in the presence of an asymmetric surface layer that changes the direction of the propagating waves, but does not continually scatter or block the propagating wave front. Interactions between the wave front and the surface layer are dependent on the depth and material properties of the asymmetric surface layer and its orientation in the medium with respect to the incident wave. Time-reversal focusing is shown to perform significantly better than other excitation methods for the purpose of delivering energy to the location of a buried land mine.
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