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  • J. Monzon
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    ABSTRACT: A set of two coupled integral equations based on a plane wave representation Of the fields in a simply connected and anisotropic medium has been derived in order to handle the problem of scattering by a homogeneous anisotropic cylinder for an obliquely incident plane wave of arbitrary linear polarization. The unknowns are scalar, the range of integration is finite, and the kernels are not singular. Numerical results are presented and discussed in detail. The gyrotropic type case is emphasized, and it is found that as in the isotropic case, the depolarization is the same for transverse electric (TE) and transverse magnetic (TM) incident waves.
    IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 07/1987; · 2.46 Impact Factor
  • J. Monzon, N. Damaskos
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    ABSTRACT: An integral equation based on a plane wave representation of the fields in a simply connected and anisotropic medium has been derived in order to handle the problem of two-dimensional scattering by a homogeneous anisotropic cylinder. Its simplicity: one-dimensional, finite range of integration, one unknown with no derivatives of it involved, and a nonsingular kernel, results in an efficient and straightforward numerical implementation. Both polarizations are considered and computer results are presented, discussed, and used to check our scheme thoroughly.
    IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 11/1986; · 2.46 Impact Factor
  • J. Monzon, N. Damaskos
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    ABSTRACT: An integral equation based on a plane wave representation of the fields in a connected and anisotropic medium has been derived in order to handle the problem of two dimensional scattering by a homogeneous anisotropic cylinder. Its simplicity: one dimensional, finite range of integration, one unknown with no derivatives of it involved, and nonsingular kernel, results in an efficient and straightforward numerical implementation. Both polarizations are considered and computer results are presented
    Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1986; 07/1986

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