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Moreover, the behavior of the corner for such parameters as reflection coefficient depends only on the ratio of the velocity of the bulk shear wave to that of the bulk longitudinal wave in the substrate material and rather weakly on this ratio at that.
Each higher mode has a lower 44 G. 0/ . 4 . . ~ t \GROUP Xx VELOCITY \\ R, "-.. _SHE. A_R I I J I 2 I LAYER SHEAR 1 3 , I 4 , kh Fig. 14. Normalized dispersion curves for Rayleigh modes of a ZnO layer on an isotropic silicon substrate. Broken curve is group velocity of first Rayleigh mode cutoff value of kh at which it phase matches to a bulk shear wave propagating parallel to the surface; the penetration into the substrate of the coupled wave becomes very deep and the group velocity equals the phase velocity.
2 (110) Plane of Cubic Crystals It will be recalled that we are using propagation on principal planes of cubic crystals to illustrate most of the different second-order surface wave phenomena which can be encountered when the substrate is anisotropic. 17]; thus, the free surface is perpendicular to the basal plane of Fig. 5 and contains a cubic axis and the  direction. For propagation in the various directions in this plane, there are again SH, SV, and longitudinally polarized bulk waves ; the velocities for the SH waves are shown on Fig.
Acoustic Surface Waves by Arthur A. Oliner, Eric A. Ash, G.W. Farnell, H.M. Gerard, A.A. Oliner, A.J. Slobodnik Jr., H.I. Smith