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Directional Decomposition of Electromagnetic & Acoustic Wave-Fields
Mattheus J. N. Van Stralen
June 1997 by Delft Univ Pr .
Written in English
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About this Item: John Wiley & Sons, Inc, New York, Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good. 1st Edition. First edition, hardcover, front hinge has been repaired, has very slight skew to spine, slight bumps to spine ends and corners, and some slight shelfwear to edges, otherwise a solid VG copy in Good dustjacket which has small chips to spine ends and corners. In the literature on electromagnetic wave propagation, these oppositely propagating waves are often called "bidirectional beams" [1,2] whereas in the acoustic literature they are usually called "one-way wave fields" . In this paper, we use the latter terminology. If wave fields obeyed an inverse square law then no appreciable radiation would reach us from the rest of the Universe. In conclusion, electric and magnetic fields look simple in the near field region (they are just Coulomb fields, etc.) and also in the far field region (they are just electromagnetic waves). Engineering Electromag Fields & Waves 2e by Carl T. A. Johnk and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Engineering Electromag Fields & Waves 2e by Johnk, Carl T a - AbeBooks.
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Directional decomposition of electromagnetic and acoustic wave-fields: applications in integrated optics, exploration seismics and underwater acoustics Author: Mattheus Jacobus Nicolaas Stralen. Directional Decomposition of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave-Fields - Applications in integrated optics, exploration seismics and underwater acoustics Author van Stralen, M.J Cited by: 6.
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Author. van Stralen, M.J.N. Contributor. Blok, H. (promotor) de Hoop, M.V. (promotor) Faculty. Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science. Date. Cited by: 6. Retrofocusing of Acoustic Wave Fields by Iterated Time Reversal Article in SIAM Journal on Applied Mathematics 64(6) January with 10 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Reciprocity theorems for electromagnetic or acoustic one-way wave fields in dissipative inhomogeneous media Article in Radio Science 36(5). This book is very useful I have clear all concepts from this Directional Decomposition of Electromagnetic & Acoustic Wave-Fields book conducting conductor consequently consider constant coordinate corresponding current distribution defined density dielectric direction discussed distance effective electric field electromagnetic waves electron elements energy equal equation EXAMPLE flow frequency function 5/5(10).
In this paper we review the theory for electromagnetic one-way wave fields, including dissipation, and we derive reciprocity theorems for these one-way wave fields.
First we consider the special situation of a 2-D medium in which the medium parameters vary only in the lateral direction.
Next we generalize the theory for 2-D Directional Decomposition of Electromagnetic & Acoustic Wave-Fields book : Kees Wapenaar, Menno Dillen, Jacob Fokkema. M.J.N. van Stralen; thesis: ‘Directional decomposition of electromagnetic and acoustic wave fields’ (Department of Electrical Engineering, ); former Ph.D.
students at the Center for Wave Phenomena, Colorado School of Mines. Wave-splitting, or wave-field decomposition, is a tool to decompose the wave-field into ‘up’- and ‘down’-going wave-field constituents in configurations with a certain directionality.
The wave-splitting procedure results in two one-way equations for the wave-field by: 4. Abstract. Acoustic reciprocity theorems have proved their usefulness in the study of forward and inverse scattering problems. The reciprocity theorems in the literature apply to the two-way (i.e.
total) wavefield, and are thus not compatible with one-way wave theory, which is often applied in seismic exploration. By transforming the two-way wave equation into a coupled system of one-way Cited by: Directional Decomposition of Electromagnetic and Acoustic Wave-Fields - Applications in integrated optics, exploration seismics and underwater acoustics.
By M.J.N. (author) van Stralen. Abstract. Electrical Engineering, Mathematics and Computer SciencAuthor: M.J.N. (author) van Stralen. However, the validity of the Helmholtz theorem of the decomposition of vector fields holds only if the field possesses certain convergence properties at infinity.
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The hydrostatic approximation filters all acoustic modes except the Lamb wave (an acoustic mode that propogates only in the horizontal direction). As the Lamb wave is close in speed to the external gravity waves, it can generally be subsumed into an algorithm for gravity waves, and so is of little consequence to ocean model algorithms.
Reciprocity theorems for electromagnetic and acoustic wave fields have been formulated at the end of the nineteenth century by H. Lorcntz and J. Rayleigh, respectively. A reciprocity theorem interrelates the sources and wave fields in two admis- sable physical and/or computational states in one and the same by: A new directional decomposition of the acoustic 3D wave equation is derived for spherically symmetric geometries, where the wave fields do not need to possess such a symmetry.
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The book is designed so that the reader with an familiarity with either Maxwell's Equations or the equation of sound waves in fluid dynamics can follow the developments in both fields without difficulty.
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To this end, the wave field reciprocity theorems are. The properties of electromagnetic ﬁelds and waves are most commonly discussed in terms of the electric ﬁeld E(r,t) and the magnetic induction ﬁeld B(r,t).
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