|Chapter 2||Foundations of Linear Elastodynamics|
|Basic Equations; Wave Theory of Linear-Elastic Continua.|
|Chapter 3||Foundations of the Time-Domain Boundary Element Methodin Linear Elastodynamics|
|Derivation of the Boundary Integral Equation; Discretization of the Boundary Integral Equation; Evaluation of Integrals.|
|Chapter 4||A Transient Green's Function of the Half-Plane|
Underlying Lamb's Problem; Solution of Lamb's Problem - Green's Function; Properties of the Green's Function; Numerical Examples; Gradient, Associated Stress and Traction Tensors of the Green's Function.
|Chapter 5||Application of the Green's Function to the Time-Domain Boundary Element Method|
|Convolution with the Time Base-Functions; Special Integration.|
|Chapter 6||Investigation of the BEM Employing the Green's Function|
|Comparison with an Example of the Literature; Efficiency of the Method.|
|Chapter 7||Outlook onto an Entire Concept|
Special Cases Derivable from the Green's Function; Time Convolution for the Approach to the Surface; Spacial Integration for the Approach to the Surface; Free-term; Special Case of a Straight Horizontal Element; Computation for an Elevated Surface.