Electromagnetic Scattering

0.1 Introduction The present volume is about the physics of electromagnetic scattering, not mathematics, and is intended as a reference book for engineering and physics students as well as researchers in electromagnetic scattering. Although the subject is on electromagnetic scattering, acoustic or s...

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Main Author: Cho, Soon K.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer New York 1990, 1990
Edition:1st ed. 1990
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • 7.3 Double-layer Potential
  • 7.3.1 Direct Value
  • 7.3.2 Boundary Values
  • 7.4 Conjugate Double-layer Potential
  • 7.5 Normal Derivative of a Double-layer Potential
  • 7.6 Tangential Derivatives
  • 8 Fredholm Alternative
  • 8.1 Algebraic Alternative
  • 8.2 Fredholm Alternative
  • 8.3 Examples
  • 9 Integral Equation Method
  • 9.1 Preamble
  • 9.2 Basic Concepts
  • 9.3 Exterior Dirichlet Problem
  • 9.4. Exterior Neumann Problem in R2
  • 9.5 Electromagnetic Scattering in R2
  • 9.6 Summary
  • 9.7 Linear Combination Technique
  • 9.8 Electromagnetic Scattering in R3
  • 9.9 Simple Numerical Examples
  • 10 Exterior Resonant Frequencies
  • 10.1 Basic Concept
  • 10.2 Adaptation of the Gurjuoy-Saxon Approach
  • 10.3 Exterior Resonant Frequencies of a Sphere and a Cylinder
  • 10.4 Via the Integral Equation Method
  • 10.5 Scattering Operator in Electromagnetic Scattering
  • 10.6 Dyadic Absorption Operator
  • 10.7 Forward Scattering Theorem
  • A Diagonalization of an S-matrix
  • 1 Integral Representations for Fields
  • 1.1 Preamble
  • 1.2 Dyadic Calculus
  • 1.3 The Free-space Dyadic Green’s Function in R3
  • 1.4 The Franz Representation for an Interior Problem in R3
  • 1.5 The Franz Representations for Scattered Fields in R3
  • 1.6 The Stratton-Chu Representation in R3
  • 1.7 The Helmholtz Representation for Acoustic Fields
  • 1.8 Volume Scattering: The Born Approximation
  • 1.9 Rellich’s Uniqueness Theorem
  • 2 Polarization
  • 2.1 Preliminary
  • 2.2 Representation of Polarization
  • 2.3 Stokes Vector for a Monochromatic Electric Field
  • 2.4 Change of Polarization Basis
  • 2.5 Superposition of Circularly Polarized Waves
  • 2.6 Coherency Matrix for Quasi-Monochromatic Waves
  • 2.7 Degree of Polarization
  • 2.8 Decomposition of Partially Polarized Waves
  • 3 Scattering Matrix
  • 3.1 Scattering and Polarization Geometries
  • 3.2 Equivalent Induced Surface Current Densities
  • 3.3 Scattering-and Reflection-Coefficient Matrices
  • B A Deficient System of Equations
  • C Reflection-coefficient Matrix
  • D Statistical Averages
  • D.1 One-dimensional Case
  • D.2 Two-dimensional Case
  • D.3 Three-dimensional Case
  • E The Cauchy Integral and Potential Functions
  • F Decomposition of a Plane Wave
  • 3.4 The Reciprocity Relation for