The purpose of this paper is to numerically realize the inverse scattering scheme proposed in  of reconstructing complex elastic objects by a single far-field measurement. The unknown elastic scatterers might consist of both rigid bodies and traction-free cavities with components of multiscale sizes presented simultaneously. We conduct extensive numerical experiments to show the effectiveness and efficiency of the imaging scheme proposed in . Moreover, we develop a two-stage technique, which can significantly speed up the reconstruction to yield a fast imaging scheme.
Scopus Subject Areas
- Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)
- cavities and rigid elastic bodies
- complex scatterers
- Inverse elastic scattering
- single-shot method