Numerical Solutions to the Problems of Electromagnetic Radiation and Scattering by a Finite Hollow Cylinder.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA ELECTROMAGNETICS LAB
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Numerical techniques for solutions to the problems of electromagnetic radiation and scattering are considered for a finite, hollow, circular cylinder of radius a. The singular-integral equations of electromagnetic scattering theory are derived along with their extensions to thin surfaces and surfaces with edges. In addition, constraints are presented which are necessary for a unique solution to the scattering problems of thin structures. The equations for a finite hollow cylinder are obtained by expanding the field quantities in Fourier series about the cylinder axis giving rise to a separate set of singular integral equations for each harmonic.
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