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Spherical-wave characterization of interior and exterior electromagnetic sources
D. A. Hill
1997 by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Technology Administration, National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, Colo .
Written in English
|Other titles||Spherical wave characterization of interior and exterior electromagnetic sources.|
|Statement||David A. Hill.|
|Series||NISTIR -- 5072.|
|Contributions||National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 29 p.|
|Number of Pages||29|
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Spherical-wave characterization of interior and exterior electromagnetic sources [microform] / David A. Dipole measurements of weak, electrically small emitters from TEM-cell measurements [microform] /. The fields are expanded in terms of outgoing spherical waves (due to interior sources) and standing spherical waves (due to exterior sources).
Additional information is required to solve for the. Electromagnetism in the Spherical-Wave Basis: A (Somewhat Random) Compendium of Reference Formulas Homer Reid August 1, Abstract This memo consolidates and collects for reference a somewhat random hodgepodge of formulas and results in the spherical-wave approach to electromagnetism that I have found useful over the years in developingFile Size: KB.
An active interior cloak does this by placing the sources along the boundary of the object. This process can be thought of as introducing a discontinuity in the field to cancel out the scattered. To make a spherical wave, however, we don't have an infinite sized source. We just need the surface of a sphere.
Suppose we now switch on this spherical source and let it run for a second, putting out a Joule of energy (maybe think of a pulsating spherical membrane producing a spherically symmetric sound wave). Lecture 13 Electromagnetic Waves Ch.
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The expressions of Doppler effect and aberration, as well as the transformation law of the wave fronts for spherical electromagnetic waves, essentially different from those for planar electromagnetic waves, are obtained. General plane-wave and spherical-wave solutions are found for Maxwell’s equations with electric and magnetic fields parallel to each other everywhere in a uniform isotropic sourceless medium.
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Wow. That was quite a response, xez. Here's an attempt at a simpler explanation: the wave solution applies to the magnitude of the E/M wave, that is, if you look at the time and spatial dependence of the magnitudes of the electric and magnetic. A spherical electromagnetic wave leaves the origin of S the moment S and S' coincide, or at t = 0.
If we consider the transformation equations for how far from the origin of each frame the wave has travelled, would S and S' agree that x' = x. In other words I mean to ask, that if the wave has travelled 2m in the x direction in S in some time. Two sources can produce an interference that is stable over time, if their light has a phase relationship that does not change with time: E(t)=E 0 cos(wt+f).
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Of course, real sources such as machines produce even more complicated sound fields than these idealized sources. (For a more complete discussion of the sound fields created by idealized sources, see Chapter 3 of this book and Chapters 3 and 8 in the Handbook of.
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