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VERTEX EXCITED SURFACE WAVES ON ONE FACE OF A RIGHT ANGLED WEDGE
S. N. KARP and F. C. KARAL, Jr.
Quarterly of Applied Mathematics
Vol. 18, No. 3 (October, 1960), pp. 235-243
Published by: Brown University
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/43636337
Page Count: 9
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The problem of the propagation of electromagnetic waves by a magnetic line dipole source located at the corner of a right angled wedge is considered. It is assumed that an impedance or mixed boundary condition is prescribed on one of the wedge surfaces and that a homogeneous boundary condition is prescribed on the other. The impedance boundary condition is such that surface waves are generated. The amplitude of the surface wave generated is determined. A comparison is made between the magnitude of the surface wave for this problem and that of a magnetic-line dipole source located at the corner of a right angled wedge with the same impedance boundary condition prescribed on both* surfaces. The far field amplitude of the radiated electromagnetic field is also given as an elementary function of the angle of observation.
Quarterly of Applied Mathematics © 1960 Brown University