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Lateral electromagnetic waves

theory and applications to communications, geophysical exploration, and remote sensing

by Ronold Wyeth Percival King

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Published by Springer-Verlag in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electromagnetic waves.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 727-734) and index.

    StatementRonold W.P. King, Margaret Owens, Tai Tsun Wu.
    ContributionsOwens, Margaret., Wu, Tai Tsun.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC661 .K525 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvii, 746 p. :
    Number of Pages746
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1548297M
    ISBN 100387976795
    LC Control Number91027759

    Ronold Wyeth Percival King (Septem – Ap ) was an American applied physicist, known for his contributions to the theory and application of microwave published twelve books and over three hundred articles in his area, as well .   Waves in Layered Media focuses on the theory of the propagation of elastic and electromagnetic waves in layered media. This book presents a complete report of Soviet researches on wave propagation through layered media. Organized into six chapters, this book starts with an overview of the theory of wave reflection from layers and Edition: 1.

    At low frequencies (ω ω p), the surface waves 30 have almost the same properties as the usual electromagnetic waves in free space: k ≈ ω/c, v gr ≈ v ph ≈ c. (This is . Types of waves (1)Types of waves (1) Example of waveExample of wave Medium Type of perturbationType of perturbation Wave on a rope Elastic rope Lateral motion of the rope Wave on the surface of water Water Displacement from equilibrium Sound wave Gas,,q, liquids, solids Pressure changes Electromagnetic wave (radio wave, microwave, thermal wave File Size: KB.

    Sound waves are examples of mechanical waves while light waves are examples of electromagnetic waves. Electromagnetic waves are created by the vibration of an electric charge. The mechanism of energy transport through a medium involves the absorption and reemission of the wave energy by the atoms of the material/5(3). Frequency Domain Electromagnetics (FDEM) is a geophysical technique that is based on the induction of electrical currents in subsurface conductors by electromagnetic waves which are generated on the surface. A transmitter loop generates a controlled current that propagates into the subsurface.


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Lateral electromagnetic waves by Ronold Wyeth Percival King Download PDF EPUB FB2

Examples of waves generated by localized sources near a boundary are the electromagnetic waves from the currents in a dipole on the surface of the earth and the seismic waves from a slip event in a fault in the earth's crust like the San Andreas fault in California.

The Propagation of Lateral Electromagnetic Waves in Air over Vertical Discontinuities. Pages Approximate Formulas for Lateral Electromagnetic Pulses Generated by Vertical and Horizontal Electric Dipoles.

Pages Lateral Electromagnetic Waves Book Subtitle Theory and Applications to Communications, Geophysical Exploration. Examples of waves generated by localized sources near a boundary are the electromagnetic waves from the currents in a dipole on the surface of the earth and the seismic waves from a slip event in a fault in the earth's crust like the San Andreas fault in California.

Both involve a type of surface wave that is called a lateral wave in electro Cited by:   1 Historical and Technical Overview of Electromagnetic Surface Waves; Introduction to Lateral Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves Along Surfaces.- Surface Waves in the Field of a Vertical Electric Dipole over the Earth; The Formula of Norton.- General Integrals and Approximate Formulas.- Numerical Methods with High-Speed Computers.

Get this from a library. Lateral electromagnetic waves: theory and applications to communications, geophysical exploration, and remote sensing. [Ronold W P King; Margaret Owens; Tai Tsun Wu] -- This work, starting from a coverage of electromagnetic surface waves, goes on to introduce the unusual properties and useful applications of lateral waves, particularly the case of dipoles on the.

1 Lateral electromagnetic waves book and Technical Overview of Electromagnetic Lateral electromagnetic waves book Waves; Introduction to Lateral Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves Along Surfaces.- Surface Waves in the Field of a Vertical Electric Dipole over the Earth; The Formula of Norton.- General Integrals and Approximate Formulas.- Numerical Methods with High-Speed Computers.- Lateral Waves.- Table of Contents 1 Historical and Technical Overview of Electromagnetic Surface Waves; Introduction to Lateral Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves.- Electromagnetic Waves Along Surfaces.- Surface Waves in the Field of a Vertical Electric Dipole over the Earth; The Formula of Norton.- General Integrals and Approximate Formulas.- Numerical Methods with High-Speed Computers.- Price: $ International Series of Monographs in Electromagnetic Waves, Volume Electromagnetic Wave Theory, Part 1 covers the proceedings of an International Scientific Radio Union (U.R.S.I.) Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory.

The book contains 61 chapters that are organized into three sections. Get this from a library. LATERAL WAVES. [Leopold B Felsen; POLYTECHNIC INST OF BROOKLYN NY MICROWAVE RESEARCH INST.;] -- When a radiator is located in a region wherein two or more wave types (1,2.) may propagate with different speeds, and when a boundary coupling these wave types is present, diffraction phenomena may.

Ronold W.P. King is the author of Lateral Electromagnetic Waves ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Cylindrical Antennas and Arrays (Reviews: 1.

O.A. Godin: “Vozbuzhdeniye Bokovykh Voln Napravlennym Istochnikom” (Lateral Wave Generation by a Directional Source), in Volny i Difraktsiya - 85 (Waves and Diffraction - 85), Vol. 1 (Tbilisi State University Press, Tbilisi ), pp.

74–77 Google ScholarCited by: 7. One of the most methodical treatments of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scatteringincluding new applications and ideas Presented in two parts, this book takes an analytical approach on the subject and emphasizes new ideas and applications used today.

Part one covers fundamentals of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scattering. It provides ample end-of Author: Akira Ishimaru. In physics, a surface wave is a mechanical wave that propagates along the interface between differing media.

A common example is gravity waves along the surface of liquids, such as ocean waves. Gravity waves can also occur within liquids, at the interface between two fluids with different densities. Elastic surface waves can travel along the surface of solids, such as Rayleigh or Love waves.

Radiation and Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves serves as a text in electrical engineering or electrophysics. The book discusses the electromagnetic theory; plane electromagnetic waves in homogenous isotropic and anisotropic media; and plane electromagnetic waves in inhomogenous stratified Edition: 1.

Lateral-Wave Electromagnetic Field Generated by a Horizontal Electric Dipole Below the Spherical-Earth Surface Article in Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications 19(7) January.

Presented in two parts, this book takes an analytical approach on the subject and emphasizes new ideas and applications used today. Part one covers fundamentals of electromagnetic wave propagation, radiation, and scattering.

It provides ample end-of-chapter problems and offers a page solution manual to help readers check and comprehend their Brand: Wiley.

The resulting electromagnetic surface waves have come to known as long-range surface plasmon polaritons. Another mechanism for overcoming the effects of absorption on surface plasmon polariton propagation is to place the metal surface supporting the surface.

King, “Lateral electromagnetic pulses generated on a plane boundary between dielectrics by vertical and horizontal dipole sources with gaussian pulse excitation,” Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, vol. 3, no. 7, pp. –, Cited by: 1. Exact formulas for the lateral electromagnetic pulses from a horizontal electric dipole on the boundary between an isotropic medium and one-dimensionally anisotropic medium.

In previous studies, the trapped surface wave, which is defined by the residue sums, has been addressed in the evaluation of the Sommerfeld integrals describing electromagnetic field of a vertical dipole in the presence of three-layered or four-layered region.

But unfortunately, the existing computational scheme cannot provide analytical solution of the field in the presence of the NAuthor: Hong Lei Xu, Ting Ting Gu, Yong Zhu, Xiao Wei, Liang Sheng Li, Hong Cheng Yin. 2. PLANE ZENNECK WAVES. J. Zenneck [1], inwas the first to analyze a solution of Maxwell's equations that had a "surface wave" property.

This so-called Zenneck wave is simply a vertically polarized plane wave solution to Maxwell's equations in the presence of a planar boundary that separates free space from a half space with a finite conductivity.Energy carried by waves or a stream of particles; invisible A form of electromagnetic radiation similar (method of transpo number of xrays traveling together through space at a rapid sp.8 Electromagnetic Field Theory by R.

S. Kshetrimayum 3/25/ EM waves are diffracted Fig. depicts multipath for a mobile receiver in the car from direct, reflected and diffracted waves of the signal sent from the base stationFile Size: KB.