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Generalized-ray theory for electromagnetic fields

ŠTUMPF, M. DE HOOP, A. VANDENBOSCH, G.

Originální název

Generalized-ray theory for electromagnetic fields

Anglický název

Generalized-ray theory for electromagnetic fields

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Generalized-ray theory for time-domain electromagnetic fields in a horizontally layered medium is developed. After introducing appropriate integral transformations and source-type field representations in vertically inhomogeneous media, the solution is written out in terms of generalized ray constituents whose space-time counterparts are constructed with the aid of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique. The formulation lays the foundation to rigorously study time domain field behavior in numerous practical topologies where a stratified multilayer is involved, such as planar antennas and circuits, but also EMC and propagation problems.

Anglický abstrakt

Generalized-ray theory for time-domain electromagnetic fields in a horizontally layered medium is developed. After introducing appropriate integral transformations and source-type field representations in vertically inhomogeneous media, the solution is written out in terms of generalized ray constituents whose space-time counterparts are constructed with the aid of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique. The formulation lays the foundation to rigorously study time domain field behavior in numerous practical topologies where a stratified multilayer is involved, such as planar antennas and circuits, but also EMC and propagation problems.

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@inbook{BUT98948,
  author="Martin {Štumpf} and Adrianus Teunis {De Hoop} and Guy A. E. {Vandenbosch}",
  title="Generalized-ray theory for electromagnetic fields",
  annote="Generalized-ray theory for time-domain electromagnetic fields in a horizontally layered medium is developed. After introducing appropriate integral transformations and source-type field representations
in vertically inhomogeneous media, the solution is written out in terms of generalized ray constituents whose space-time counterparts are constructed with the aid of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique. The 
formulation lays the foundation to rigorously study time domain field behavior in numerous practical topologies where a stratified multilayer is involved, such as planar antennas and circuits, but also EMC 
and propagation problems.",
  address="Delft University Press/IOS Press",
  booktitle="Pulsed Electromagnetic Fields: Their Potentialities, Computation and Evaluation",
  chapter="98948",
  edition="Proceedings of the Workshop",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="Delft University Press/IOS Press",
  year="2013",
  month="march",
  pages="75--88",
  publisher="Delft University Press/IOS Press",
  type="book chapter"
}