Electromagnetic and acoustic scattering by simple shapes
North-Holland Pub. Co., 1970 - Science - 728 pages
The book represents an exhaustive study of the scattering properties of acoustically soft and hard bodies and of perfect conductors, presented for 15 geometrically-simple shapes. Such shapes are important in their own right and as a basis for synthesizing the radiation and scattering properties of more complex configurations. Each shape is treated in a separate chapter whose contents are presented in stylized format for easy reference. Emphasis is placed on results in the form of formulae and diagrams. Although no detailed derivation are included, an outline of methods in scattering theory is given in the Introduction. (Author).
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Acoustically angle asymptotic expansion axial incidence back scattering cross bistatic cross section BURKE and TWERSKY coefficients computed coordinates cos2 cosh creeping wave defined derived diffracted field disc electric dipole electric field Electromagnetic Waves elliptic cylinder EXACT SOLUTIONS FELSEN Fock formula Fresnel integral geometrical optics geometrical optics scattered given by eq Green's function Hertz vector HIGH FREQUENCY APPROXIMATIONS illuminated region incident field integral equation KELLER line source LOW FREQUENCY APPROXIMATIONS low frequency expansions magnetic dipole Math method Normalized back scattering normalized total scattering observation point obtained optics scattered field paraboloid perfectly conducting Phys physical optics plane wave plane wave incident point source polarization positive z-axis Proc Radar Cross Sections Radiation reflected results are available scalar scattering cross section section per unit shadow region shown in Fig sin2 sphere spherical surface field total electric field total field total magnetic field total scattering cross unit length zero