The Resource Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory, Kasra Barkeshli ; edited by Sina Khorasani

Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory, Kasra Barkeshli ; edited by Sina Khorasani

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Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory
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Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory
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Kasra Barkeshli ; edited by Sina Khorasani
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This book present the lecture notes used in two courses that the late Professor Kasra Barkeshli had offered at Sharif University of Technology, namely, Advanced Electromagnetics and Scattering Theory. The prerequisite for the sequence is vector calculus and electromagnetic fields and waves. Some familiarity with Green's functions and integral equations is desirable but not necessary. The book provides a brief but concise introduction to classical topics in the field. It is divided into three parts including annexes. Part I covers principle of electromagnetic theory. The discussion starts wit
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1961-2005
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Barkeshli, Kasra
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621.3
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QC760
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non fiction
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Khorasani, Sina
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  • Electromagnetism
  • Scattering (Physics)
  • TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING
  • Electromagnetism
  • Scattering (Physics)
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Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory, Kasra Barkeshli ; edited by Sina Khorasani
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Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Contents; Biographies of Contributors; Part I Electromagnetic Theory; 1 Maxwell's Equations; 1.1 Differential Form; 1.2 Constitutive Relations; 1.3 Integral Form; 1.4 Boundary Relations; 1.4.1 Derivation; 1.4.2 Special Cases; 1.4.3 Other Boundary Conditions; 1.5 The Wave Equation; 1.6 Electromagnetic Potentials; 1.6.1 Lorenz's Potentials; 1.6.2 Lorenz's Gauge; 1.6.3 Gauge Transformation; 1.6.4 Coulomb's Gauge; 1.6.5 Hertz Potential; 1.7 Energy Flow; 1.7.1 Uniqueness Conditions; 1.8 Time Harmonic Fields; 1.9 Complex Poynting Theorem; 1.10 Specific Absorption Rate
  • 1.11 Green's Function Method1.11.1 Green's Identities; 1.11.2 Inhomogeneous Scalar Helmholtz Equation; 1.11.3 Green's Function of the First Kind; 1.11.4 Green's Function of the Second Kind; 1.11.5 The Free Space Green's Function; 1.11.6 The Modified Green's Function; 1.11.7 Eigenfunction Presentation; 1.12 Inhomogeneous Vector Helmholtz Equation; 2 Radiation; 2.1 General Considerations; 2.2 Elementary Sources; 2.2.1 The Short Electric Dipole; 2.2.2 The Small Magnetic Dipole; 2.3 Wire Antennas; 2.4 Field Regions; 2.4.1 Point Sources; 2.4.2 Extended Sources
  • 2.5 Far Field Calculation for General Antennas2.6 Antenna Parameters; 2.6.1 Antenna Patterns and Radiation Intensity; 2.6.2 Directive Gain; 2.6.3 Gain; 2.6.4 Effective Aperture; 2.6.5 Antenna Impedance; 2.6.6 Friis Transmission Formula; 3 Fundamental Theorems; 3.1 Uniqueness Theorem; 3.2 Duality; 3.3 Image Theory; 3.4 Reciprocity; 3.5 Equivalence Principles; 3.5.1 Equivalent Volumetric Currents; 3.5.2 Equivalent Surface Currents; 3.6 Babinet's Principle; 4 Wave Harmonics and Guided Waves; 4.1 Plane Waves; 4.1.1 Planar Harmonics; 4.1.2 The Sheet Current Source; 4.1.3 Wave Polarization
  • 4.1.4 Lossless Medium4.1.5 Lossy Medium; 4.1.6 Reflection from Plane Dielectric Interfaces; 4.1.7 Propagation in Layered Media; 4.1.8 Reflection from Inhomogeneous Layers; 4.1.9 Wave Velocities; 4.2 Planar Waveguides; 4.2.1 The Parallel Plate Waveguide; 4.2.2 Grounded Dielectric Slab; 4.2.3 The Dielectric Slab Waveguide; 4.3 Hollow Waveguides; 4.3.1 Waveguide Modes; 4.3.2 Cutoff Frequency; 4.3.3 Guide Wavelength; 4.3.4 Orthogonality of Modes; 4.3.5 The Rectangular Hollow Waveguide; 4.3.6 The Corrugated Rectangular Waveguide; 4.4 Radiation from Sources in a Plane; 4.5 Cylindrical Waves
  • 4.5.1 Line Sources4.5.2 Cylindrical Wave Transformation; 4.5.3 Addition Theorem; 4.5.4 The Circular Metallic Waveguide; 4.5.5 Circular Corrugated Horns; 4.5.6 The Coaxial Waveguide; 4.5.7 The Dielectric Rod; 4.6 Spherical Waves; 4.6.1 Spherical Wave Transformation; 4.6.2 Point Sources; 4.6.3 Addition Theorem; Part II Scattering Theory; 5 Radar; 5.1 Historical Remarks; 5.2 Operation; 5.2.1 Transmitters; 5.2.2 Radar Antennas; 5.2.3 Receivers; 5.2.4 Computer Processing; 5.2.5 Radar Displays; 5.3 Secondary-Radar System; 5.3.1 Transponder; 5.3.2 Radar Identification (IFF); 5.4 Countermeasures
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Advanced electromagnetics and scattering theory, Kasra Barkeshli ; edited by Sina Khorasani
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https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-11547-4
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Copyright
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword; Preface; Contents; Biographies of Contributors; Part I Electromagnetic Theory; 1 Maxwell's Equations; 1.1 Differential Form; 1.2 Constitutive Relations; 1.3 Integral Form; 1.4 Boundary Relations; 1.4.1 Derivation; 1.4.2 Special Cases; 1.4.3 Other Boundary Conditions; 1.5 The Wave Equation; 1.6 Electromagnetic Potentials; 1.6.1 Lorenz's Potentials; 1.6.2 Lorenz's Gauge; 1.6.3 Gauge Transformation; 1.6.4 Coulomb's Gauge; 1.6.5 Hertz Potential; 1.7 Energy Flow; 1.7.1 Uniqueness Conditions; 1.8 Time Harmonic Fields; 1.9 Complex Poynting Theorem; 1.10 Specific Absorption Rate
  • 1.11 Green's Function Method1.11.1 Green's Identities; 1.11.2 Inhomogeneous Scalar Helmholtz Equation; 1.11.3 Green's Function of the First Kind; 1.11.4 Green's Function of the Second Kind; 1.11.5 The Free Space Green's Function; 1.11.6 The Modified Green's Function; 1.11.7 Eigenfunction Presentation; 1.12 Inhomogeneous Vector Helmholtz Equation; 2 Radiation; 2.1 General Considerations; 2.2 Elementary Sources; 2.2.1 The Short Electric Dipole; 2.2.2 The Small Magnetic Dipole; 2.3 Wire Antennas; 2.4 Field Regions; 2.4.1 Point Sources; 2.4.2 Extended Sources
  • 2.5 Far Field Calculation for General Antennas2.6 Antenna Parameters; 2.6.1 Antenna Patterns and Radiation Intensity; 2.6.2 Directive Gain; 2.6.3 Gain; 2.6.4 Effective Aperture; 2.6.5 Antenna Impedance; 2.6.6 Friis Transmission Formula; 3 Fundamental Theorems; 3.1 Uniqueness Theorem; 3.2 Duality; 3.3 Image Theory; 3.4 Reciprocity; 3.5 Equivalence Principles; 3.5.1 Equivalent Volumetric Currents; 3.5.2 Equivalent Surface Currents; 3.6 Babinet's Principle; 4 Wave Harmonics and Guided Waves; 4.1 Plane Waves; 4.1.1 Planar Harmonics; 4.1.2 The Sheet Current Source; 4.1.3 Wave Polarization
  • 4.1.4 Lossless Medium4.1.5 Lossy Medium; 4.1.6 Reflection from Plane Dielectric Interfaces; 4.1.7 Propagation in Layered Media; 4.1.8 Reflection from Inhomogeneous Layers; 4.1.9 Wave Velocities; 4.2 Planar Waveguides; 4.2.1 The Parallel Plate Waveguide; 4.2.2 Grounded Dielectric Slab; 4.2.3 The Dielectric Slab Waveguide; 4.3 Hollow Waveguides; 4.3.1 Waveguide Modes; 4.3.2 Cutoff Frequency; 4.3.3 Guide Wavelength; 4.3.4 Orthogonality of Modes; 4.3.5 The Rectangular Hollow Waveguide; 4.3.6 The Corrugated Rectangular Waveguide; 4.4 Radiation from Sources in a Plane; 4.5 Cylindrical Waves
  • 4.5.1 Line Sources4.5.2 Cylindrical Wave Transformation; 4.5.3 Addition Theorem; 4.5.4 The Circular Metallic Waveguide; 4.5.5 Circular Corrugated Horns; 4.5.6 The Coaxial Waveguide; 4.5.7 The Dielectric Rod; 4.6 Spherical Waves; 4.6.1 Spherical Wave Transformation; 4.6.2 Point Sources; 4.6.3 Addition Theorem; Part II Scattering Theory; 5 Radar; 5.1 Historical Remarks; 5.2 Operation; 5.2.1 Transmitters; 5.2.2 Radar Antennas; 5.2.3 Receivers; 5.2.4 Computer Processing; 5.2.5 Radar Displays; 5.3 Secondary-Radar System; 5.3.1 Transponder; 5.3.2 Radar Identification (IFF); 5.4 Countermeasures
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1 online resource (xvi, 359 pages)
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9783319115474
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rdamedia
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