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Such is not the case for an anisotropic solid where all the properties--the phase velocity, the group velocity, and the form of the d i s p l a c e m e n t s ~ e p e n d on the crystal plane chosen as the free surface and on the direction of propagation of the wave. Yet despite the experimental and computational problems evoked by the use of anisotropic substrates, the surface wave devices are usually constructed on single-crystal, a n d thus anisotropic, substrates because only a m o n g the latter has the designer been able to find such necessary combinations of properties as low attenuation at high frequencies and strong piezoelectric coupling.
9]. O f particular interest here is the behavior with increasing plate thickness of the lowest symmetric and antisymmetric modes. It is seen that the phase velocities of both Types and Properties of Surface Waves _ --- 23 V I ¥ I V = ~3 o, w > kh I I I I I 2 4 6 8 I0 i 12 I I [ '14 16 18 Fig. 3. Dispersion curves for symmetric (s) and antisymmetric (a) modes of an isotropic plate of thickness h. , and v~are the Rayleigh velocity and the bulk transverse and longitudinal velocities, respectively modes become asymptotic to the same value, and that value is the velocity of a Rayleigh wave on a half-space o f the same material.
2) If the sagittal-plane is perpendicular to an axis of twofold rotation, the components ul and u 3 are intercoupled, but independent ofu 2 and ~p,and lead to a surface wave which propagates as though all the piezoelectric constants were zero. 27, 28], which cannot exist on the free surface of a nonpiezoelectric substrate. The above statements are general as far as substrates are concerned and it should be emphasized that if both are satisfied simultaneously, as for example along (100) and (110) of the basal plane of nickel (Fig.