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14 July 1988 Electromagnetic Scattering By Metallic Structures Coated With A Rotationally Invariant Anisotropic Material
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Abstract
A metallic cylinder of arbitrary cross section is surrounded by an anisotropic material characterized by tensors F and 5, which are seen to be homogeneous in a local orthogonal system conformal with the cylinder. Here we deal with tensors that remain invariant under a rotation about the cylinder axes i. A simple field representation is obtained that allows us to formulate the scattering problem in terms of field quantities at the material boundaries. Only normal incidence and H polarization are discussed here.
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J. Cesar Monzon "Electromagnetic Scattering By Metallic Structures Coated With A Rotationally Invariant Anisotropic Material", Proc. SPIE 0927, Wave Propagation and Scattering in Varied Media, (14 July 1988); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.945841
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