By Edited by: F. Demus, Dietrich Demus, John W. Goodby, George W. Gray, Hans W. Spiess, Volkmar Vill
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Conical points on the slowness surface provide the conditions for a known conical refraction, which prevents energy transport within cones of directions about the acoustic axes. This directly corresponds to vanishing A factor at conical points on S where the curvature K diverges. Such singular points on S are displayed on the R surface as empty ellipses or circles of zero wave-intensity and can be regarded as anti- caustics[20-22]. Caustics and anti-caustics are features, which can be directly observed experimentally.
The two bulk waves corresponding to the two real roots will be denoted by i and r, the subscript i being used for the incident wave, and r for the reﬂected wave. With four physically acceptable partial waves, 1, 2, i and r, we can always form the solution of the reﬂection problem. Only two partial waves are available for the construction of pure surface waves, and usually they can exist only for some speciﬁc orientations of the surface and the direction of propagation. However, with a little admixture of the reﬂected wave r, solutions are possible, and these are the leaky surface waves.
V|| ∂θ (75) Thus the ray inclination is directly determined by the phase speed sensitivity to the change of orientation of the wave normal. On the other hand, the ray inclination points out the direction δm0 of increased phase speed, the faster the increase the larger is the inclination. In particular, this means that the energy transport for a given velocity branch tends to be concentrated in regions of orientations where the phase velocity surface is furthest away from the origin . Of course, the reverse is also valid, the lesser the sensitivity of the phase speed c(m) to the orientation of m, the closer are the velocities v and c.
4 Volume Set, Handbook of Liquid Crystals by Edited by: F. Demus, Dietrich Demus, John W. Goodby, George W. Gray, Hans W. Spiess, Volkmar Vill