By Krzysztof Murawski
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As a consequence of the presence of a random field we use the following expansion: v(x, t) = < v(x, t) > +v'(x, t),
Waves in inhomogeneous fluids 35 We discuss now linear perturbations of the equilibrium of Eq. 29). 38) ^)vz. 39) w - c28kl)A = (g2kl - c ^ 2 A , 2 + g(^ These equations describe sound waves, gravity waves and instability or convection. Evaluating vz from Eq. 38), we obtain A,„+f(logc2),, + iJA,, + r -2-c^ 2 / /•„, _ 11„\ • £ M f ( l o g c ^ - ( 7 - 1 ) 5 J A = 0. 40) We can eliminate the first-order derivative term by transformation u = c2syfaA. 41) Then Eq. 42) where ua is the stratified generalization of the acoustic cut-off frequency, w0, o£ = (l + 2 f f , , K .
As a consequence of that we claim that for c r = — 2 the sound waves are accelerated and attenuated for all K. Fig. 3 illustrates that for cr = 2 the real and imaginary parts of the frequency shifts are positive and the sound waves are accelerated and amplified by the wave noise. At the place when the phase speed of the wave noise equals the sound wave speed a resonance occurs. Fig. 4 shows this resonance for K — 2. Note that the resonance is of the l/c r -type; for c r = 1~ (c r = 1 + ) the 44 Linear waves real and imaginary parts of the frequency shift are negative (positive) and the sound waves are decelerated and attenuated (accelerated and amplified) there.
Analytical and numerical methods for wave propagation in fluid media by Krzysztof Murawski