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Examples of the Convergence of the Successive Approximation Method

January 01, 1994


The solution of the problem of forced oscillations can be reduced to finding a solution to the system of functional equations II.4(29). However, this system is so complicated that there islittle hope in finding its solution in the closed form. That iswhy in diffraction theory it is important to study the successive approximations method for this system in those particular situations where it is possible. In this Chapter we consider the particular case of diffraction on the acoustic wedge, when c1 = C2, and the incident wave is given in the region v = 1 .

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