Field Penetration Into a Cylindrical Cavity.
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR
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To test the efficacy of a direct integral equation approach to the study of cavity-aperture interactions, the problem of an E-polarized plane electromagnetic wave incident on a thin, perfectly conducting cylindrical shell with a slit aperture is considered. A computer program is constructed for the solution of the appropriate E-field integral equation. Data are presented showing the behavior of the field inside the cavity and in the aperture for a variety of aperture and cavity dimensions, and some information is obtained avout the SEM singularities and dependence on aperature size.
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