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Theoretical Methods for Determining the Interaction of Electromagnetic Waves with Structures
October 31, 1981
Written in English
NATO Science Series E:
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|Number of Pages||927|
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Skwirzynski, ed.), pp.NATO Advanced Study Institute Series, Sijthoff & Nordhoff, the Netherlands, C.M. Butler, “Introduction to moment methods with simple applications,” chapter in J.K. Skwirsynski (Ed.), Theoretical methods for determining the interaction of electromagnetic waves with structures, Sijthoff & Noordhoff, The Netherlands, Google ScholarCited by: 1.
Skwirzynski,(Ed.), “Theoretical Methods for Determining the Interaction of Electromagnetic Waves with Structures”, Proceeding of NATO ASI, Norwich U.K., Sijthoff & Noordhoff Google ScholarAuthor: Stanley J. Kubina, Christopher W. Trueman. Mathematical Techniques for Wave Interaction with Flexible Structures is a thoughtful compilation of the various mathematical techniques used to deal with wave structure interaction problems.
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In such a geometry, the field experiences no refractive index gradients, yet it acquires a transversely modulated Pancharatnam–Berry phase, that is, a geometric phase originating from a spin Cited by: