Analytical and Hybrid Methods in the Theory of Slot-Hole Coupling of Electrodynamic Volumes [electronic resource] / by Mikhail V. Nesterenko, Victor A. Katrich, Yuriy M. Penkin, Sergey L. Berdnik.

By: Nesterenko, Mikhail V [author.]Contributor(s): Katrich, Victor A [author.] | Penkin, Yuriy M [author.] | Berdnik, Sergey L [author.] | SpringerLink (Online service)Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2008Description: XIII, 146 p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9780387763620Subject(s): Engineering | Electromagnetism | Microwaves | Engineering | Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering | Engineering, general | Electromagnetism, Optics and LasersAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Waves Excitation in Electrodynamic Volumes with Coordinate Boundaries -- Problem Formulation and Initial Integral Equations; Averaging Method -- Analytical Solution of the Integral Equations for the Current by the Averaging Method -- Induced Magnetomotive Forces Method for Analysis of Coupling Slots in Waveguides -- Resonant Iris with the Slot Arbitrary Oriented in a Rectangular Waveguide -- Stepped Junction of the Two Rectangular Waveguides with the Impedance Slotted Iris -- Coupling of Some Different Electromagnetic Volumes via Narrow Slots -- Magnetic Dyadic Green’s Functions of the Considered Electrodynamic Volumes -- Functions of the Own Field of Single Slots -- Eigen and Mutual Slot Admittances -- Series Summing Up in the Function of the Iris Own Field -- Electromagnetic Values in CGS and SI Systems of Units.
In: Springer eBooksSummary: Analytical and Hybrid Methods in the Theory of Slot-hole Coupling of Electrodynamic Volumes arose from the original research results, never before published, first obtained by the authors at Karazin Kharkov National University, Ukraine. Impetuous development of technical opportunities of PC for the last twenty years, and a powerful set of numerical methods available in the arsenals of investigators have forced the working-outs connected with the search of analytical solutions of radiophysical problems backward. However, at present, the fact is evident that optimal use of computer calculations should be based on application of analytical methods of boundary problems solution. These methods allow to increase PC use efficiency and also expand their calculation abilities to solve complex electrodynamic problems. The authors’ experience in the development of analytical methods to solve the problems of diffraction of waveguide electromagnetic waves on slot coupling holes serves as a useful tool to readers interested in both the field of theoretical electrodynamics and the field of practical workings-out of multi-functional waveguide devices and systems using slot-coupling elements. Topics covered in this book are: problem formulation and initial integral equations the averaging method analytical solution of the integral equations for a current induced magnetomotive forces method for analysis of coupling slots in waveguides resonant iris with the slot arbitrary oriented in a rectangular waveguide stepped junction of the two rectangular waveguides with the impedance slotted iris This book is intended for academic and industrial researchers involved in Microwave Techniques, as well as advanced students studying Radiophysics and Applied Electrodynamics.
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Waves Excitation in Electrodynamic Volumes with Coordinate Boundaries -- Problem Formulation and Initial Integral Equations; Averaging Method -- Analytical Solution of the Integral Equations for the Current by the Averaging Method -- Induced Magnetomotive Forces Method for Analysis of Coupling Slots in Waveguides -- Resonant Iris with the Slot Arbitrary Oriented in a Rectangular Waveguide -- Stepped Junction of the Two Rectangular Waveguides with the Impedance Slotted Iris -- Coupling of Some Different Electromagnetic Volumes via Narrow Slots -- Magnetic Dyadic Green’s Functions of the Considered Electrodynamic Volumes -- Functions of the Own Field of Single Slots -- Eigen and Mutual Slot Admittances -- Series Summing Up in the Function of the Iris Own Field -- Electromagnetic Values in CGS and SI Systems of Units.

Analytical and Hybrid Methods in the Theory of Slot-hole Coupling of Electrodynamic Volumes arose from the original research results, never before published, first obtained by the authors at Karazin Kharkov National University, Ukraine. Impetuous development of technical opportunities of PC for the last twenty years, and a powerful set of numerical methods available in the arsenals of investigators have forced the working-outs connected with the search of analytical solutions of radiophysical problems backward. However, at present, the fact is evident that optimal use of computer calculations should be based on application of analytical methods of boundary problems solution. These methods allow to increase PC use efficiency and also expand their calculation abilities to solve complex electrodynamic problems. The authors’ experience in the development of analytical methods to solve the problems of diffraction of waveguide electromagnetic waves on slot coupling holes serves as a useful tool to readers interested in both the field of theoretical electrodynamics and the field of practical workings-out of multi-functional waveguide devices and systems using slot-coupling elements. Topics covered in this book are: problem formulation and initial integral equations the averaging method analytical solution of the integral equations for a current induced magnetomotive forces method for analysis of coupling slots in waveguides resonant iris with the slot arbitrary oriented in a rectangular waveguide stepped junction of the two rectangular waveguides with the impedance slotted iris This book is intended for academic and industrial researchers involved in Microwave Techniques, as well as advanced students studying Radiophysics and Applied Electrodynamics.

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