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Excitation of surface waves on a unidirectionally conducting screen by a phased line source

by Samuel N. Karp

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby S.N. Karp and F.C. Karal.
ContributionsKaral Jr., F. C.
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17971641M

When P waves and S waves reach Earth's surface, they can create surface waves. A surface wave is a combination of a longitudinal wave and a transverse wave that travels along the surface of a medium. Surface waves produced by earthquakes move more slowly than P waves and S waves. However, they can cause the most severe ground movements. Excitation of multiple surface-plasmon-polariton waves guided by the periodically corrugated interface of a metal and a periodic multilayered isotropic dielectric material Muhammad Faryad,1 Anthony Shoji Hall,2 Greg D. Barber,2,3 Thomas E. Mallouk,2,3 and Akhlesh Lakhtakia1,3,*.

A Study on the Characteristics of Surface Wave Induced by Phased Array Ut p Implementation of Ultrasonic Immersion Technique for Babbitt Metal Debonding in Author: Yong Sang Cho, Yeon Shik Ahn, Sang Ki Park, Jae Hoon Kim. Arora, R. K. (). Field of a Line Source Situated Parallel to a Surface-Wave Structure Comprising a Pair of Unidirectionally Conducting Screens. Canadian Journal of Physics, 45(6), Arora, R. K. (). Surface Waves on a Pair of Parallel Undirectionally Conducting Screens. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, AP14(6.

In Figure 9, path loss is illustrated for a sea surface in X-band (10 GHz) a source placed at 30 m height and a wind speed of 15 m/s. The new method allows a better of the surface’s geometry, the perturbations due to roughness are more perceptible. (a) (b) Figure 9: Path loss for 10GHz and a sea surface, (a) Classical method, (b) Our method. 6. The pair of coupled inhomogeneous integral equations for two independent tangential components of the magnetic field on the surface are converted into matrix equations by the method of moments, which are then solved by the biconjugate gradient stabilized method.


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I R. MILLAR Radio and Electrical Engineering Division, National Research Council, Ottawa, Canada Submitted by N. de Bruzjn 1. INTRODUCTION The launching of surface waves on a reactive surface is a topic of some practical importance. The possibility of surface wave generation by diffraction of pressure waves on deeply corrugated one-dimensional phononic crystal gratings is studied both theoretically and experimentally.

Generation of leaky surface waves, indeed, is generally invoked in the explanation of the beam displacement effect that can be observed upon reflection on a shallow grating of an acoustic Cited by: 3.

excitation of the surface waves, many groups have studied the excitation of surface waves and their role in the imaging for homogeneous medium10 –12 as well as in PCs 17 Surface waves are localized waves parallel to the surface and decay exponentially away from the surface in either perpendicular direction.

The excitation and propagation of surface waves have potential applications in broadband power line communication, high frequency power transfer and power line fault detection. The Field of a Dipole above an Infinite Corrugated Plane Published - Quart, Appl.

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(2) surface waves that propagate along the boundary of the medium. A similar situation occurs for electromagnetic waves in the presence of bounded media. For electromagnetic waves, there are some distinctive charac- teristics of space waves and surface waves.

In a. The Wiener-Hopf technique is a powerful aid for solving a wide range of problems in mathematical physics. The key step in its application is the factorization of the Wiener-Hopf kernel into the product of two functions which have different regions of analyticity.

A Pin-Loaded Microstrip Patch Antenna with the Ability to Suppress Surface Wave Excitation Ayed R. AlAjmi and Mohammad A. Saed* Abstract—A circular microstrip patch antenna design is proposed for applications that require suppression of surface waves and lateral waves.

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Waves in the oceans can travel hundreds of miles before reaching land. Wind waves on Earth range in size from small ripples, to waves over ft (30 m) high. preciable S-wave excitation for explosion sources occurs in the near-source region, reducing the performance of event discrimination approaches.

Several possible near-source S-wave energy excitation mechanisms have been proposed to explain the generation of explosion Lg waves. Among these, near-source coupling between P, S, and Rg waves.

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This lecture introduces the student to the concept of surfaces waves. It describes why they exist identifies a number of different types .We investigate characteristics and generation process of surface waves excited on a structured perfect conductor surface in order to clarify the mechanism of resonant transmission in metal hole arrays made of the perfect conductor.

By using a metal hole array of kagome lattice, we can separate two modes excited on the perfect conductor surface; a surface wave and an edge .