# Category:Eigenfunction Matching Method

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Jump to navigationJump to searchA method for solving wave scattering problems in which the solution can be solve in various regions using separation of variables. The solution in these regions are then matched at various boundaries.

The method is described in Linton and McIver 2001.

## Pages in category "Eigenfunction Matching Method"

The following 22 pages are in this category, out of 22 total.

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- Eigenfunction Matching for a Circular Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Circular Floating Elastic Plate
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Finite Change in Depth
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Finite Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Finite Dock using Symmetry
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Finite Floating Elastic Plate using Symmetry
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Finite Rectangle using Symmetry
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Semi-Infinite Change in Depth
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Semi-Infinite Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Semi-Infinite Floating Elastic Plate
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Semi-Infinite Rectangle
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Submerged Circular Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Submerged Finite Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Submerged Semi-Infinite Dock
- Eigenfunction Matching for a Vertical Fixed Plate
- Eigenfunction Matching Method for Floating Elastic Plates