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Russian Physics Journal

, Volume 38, Issue 6, pp 617–621 | Cite as

Diffraction of electromagnetic waves in a three-dimensional magnetodielectric body of arbitrary shape

  • A. G. Dmitrenko
  • A. I. Mukomolov
Optics And Spectroscopy

Abstract

A numerical method of solving the problem of the diffraction of electromagnetic waves by a three-dimensional magnetodielectric body of arbitrary shape in the resonance frequency region is proposed. The method is applied in the form of a FORTRAN software package for calculating the components of the diffraction field of bodies with different electrodynamic and geometrical parameters. The directivity parameters of some bodies of complex shape are given.

Keywords

Software Package Resonance Frequency Geometrical Parameter Electromagnetic Wave Frequency Region 
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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1995

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  • A. G. Dmitrenko
  • A. I. Mukomolov

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