Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Aerial and Ground Radar by Oleg I. Sukharevsky

By Oleg I. Sukharevsky

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering through Aerial and flooring Radar Objects offers the idea, unique calculation tools, and computational result of the scattering features of other aerial and flooring radar gadgets. This must-have e-book offers crucial historical past for computing electromagnetic wave scattering within the presence of alternative sorts of irregularities, in addition to

  • Summarizes primary electromagnetic statements corresponding to the Lorentz reciprocity theorem and the picture principle
  • Contains fundamental box representations allowing the examine of scattering from quite a few layered structures
  • Describes scattering computation strategies for gadgets with floor fractures and radar-absorbent coatings
  • Covers removing of "terminator discontinuities" showing within the approach to actual optics often bistatic cases
  • Includes radar cross-section (RCS) records and high-range answer profiles of varied aircrafts, cruise missiles, and tanks

Complete with radar backscattering diagrams, echo sign amplitude likelihood distributions, and different worthy reference material, Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by way of Aerial and flooring Radar gadgets is perfect for scientists, engineers, and researchers of electromagnetic wave scattering, computational electrodynamics, and radar detection and popularity algorithms.

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51 are equal to zero. 52) j ω p ⋅ E B ( x0 ) = − (E B × H B ) ⋅ d S . 47, we get the following: j ω p ⋅ E C ( x0 ) = 1 2 ∫ ((E A × H A ) − (E B × H B )) ⋅ d S . 49) interface plane S. 54). 54. 56) is the field E B ( x|x0 , p), H B ( x|x0 , p). 49) to be satisfied. 27 H = H 0 ( x | x0 , p) − H 0′ ( x ′ | x0 , p), from where, given x ∈S , we have HT S = 0. 56) is indeed the field of the point source corresponding to option B above. 26 we have E B = E 0 ( x|x0 , p) + E 0′ ( x ′|x0 , p) from where, given x ∈S , we receive at once the following: T EB S = 2 E 0T ( x | x0 , p) x ∈S .

96) 1 1 ∂ w 2 ( y) ∂ 2 f (θ ξw( y), y) ξ 2 d ξ + (0 < θ < 1). 98) 28 Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Aerial and Ground Radar Objects where 2 2  w( y )   w( y )  A = lim   , B = lim   . 95, we obtain the following asymptotic formula: 1 1  ∂ f (0, b ) 1 ∂ 2 f (0, b)   + Q = π exp( jkb)  f (0, b) − B  4 ∂x 2 ( jk )2  ∂y    jk 1 1  ∂ f (0, a ) 1 ∂ 2 f (0, a)    1 − π exp( jka )  f (0, a ) − + A  + O  3  . 99) In this manner, the asymptotic representation of integral Q obtained above is of discrete nature and it consists of contributions from vicinities of points (0, a) and (0, b) of edge contour.

Use of generalized image principle, in this context, allows obtaining the integral equation with regard to currents that involves integration only over S, which can be used as basis for stable and efficient computation algorithms. Below, we give the corresponding considerations. Let us denote as Ω1+ the region in space bounded by surfaces S and Σ. Region Ω1+ may contain both nonhomogeneities and other scatterers. Let us introduce the following symbols: E i ( x ), H i ( x ) is the incident wave; E1 ( x ), H1 ( x ) is the scattered field; E ( x ), H ( x ) is the total field; E e ( x | x0 , p), H e ( x | x0 , p) is the field of point electric dipole in the half-space bounded by plane Σ given the object S is absent; E m ( x | x0 , q ), H m ( x | x0 , q ) is similar field of the point magnetic dipole.

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