ELECTROMAGNETIC AND ACOUSTIC SCATTERING BY SIMPLE SHAPES
Final rept. Feb 1965-Feb 1969
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR RADIATION LAB
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The book represents an exhaustive study of the scattering properties of acoustically soft and hard bodies and of perfect conductors, presented for 15 geometrically-simple shapes. Such shapes are important in their own right and as a basis for synthesizing the radiation and scattering properties of more complex configurations. Each shape is treated in a separate chapter whose contents are presented in stylized format for easy reference. Emphasis is placed on results in the form of formulae and diagrams. Although no detailed derivation are included, an outline of methods in scattering theory is given in the Introduction.
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