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Chapter 19

assumptions and restrictions underlying this presentation are: 1. We concern

ourselves with problems of the diffraction region only: the field is calculated at ...

Chapter 19

**CHARACTERISTIC VALUES**FOR THE FIRST MODE FOR THE. Theassumptions and restrictions underlying this presentation are: 1. We concern

ourselves with problems of the diffraction region only: the field is calculated at ...

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Here the

functions Un(z) satisfy the equation ^ + A:1 [sin2 a + M*\ U = 0 dz (3) •By Lt. W. F.

Eberlein, USNR, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. plus the boundary and ...

Here the

**characteristic values**sin2a„ and the (normalized) characteristicfunctions Un(z) satisfy the equation ^ + A:1 [sin2 a + M*\ U = 0 dz (3) •By Lt. W. F.

Eberlein, USNR, Office of the Chief of Naval Operations. plus the boundary and ...

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8 = 2d L L is an abbreviation for (aX2/ 6ir2) ' and is equal to 33 ft for X = 10 cm, In

is the

the parabolic case, h(z) is (|) 2W,<2>(^), //j<21 is the Hankel function of second ...

8 = 2d L L is an abbreviation for (aX2/ 6ir2) ' and is equal to 33 ft for X = 10 cm, In

is the

**characteristic value**for the standard case, 7m is the**characteristic value**forthe parabolic case, h(z) is (|) 2W,<2>(^), //j<21 is the Hankel function of second ...

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