Use of Energy Bounds to Estimate Fields and Coupling Inside a Cavity with Apertures.
DEFENCE RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT OTTAWA (ONTARIO)
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This report investigates the use of energy bounds to estimate the amount of energy that can be transmitted through an aperture when exposed to an EM pulse the fields inside a cavity with one or more apertures and the coupling of energy that can be coupled from a damped -sine wave, a rectangular RF pulse and an inverse-exponential pulse. It is shown that the use of energy bounds is a useful approach to the estimation of interior fields and coupling to systems inside a structure with apertures. This approach has potential for simplifying the hardening of electronic systems.
- Electricity and Magnetism
- Electromagnetic Pulses