Diffraction of an arbitrary wave due to a half plane
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Diffraction problems of an arbitrary wave by a half plane is solved exactly with the help of the integral equation technic. The solution is made to depend on a simple real quadrature which readily evaluates in exact forms, for different complicated type of incident fields. The method is supposed to produce new results, some of which are placed in the paper. The problem of Sommer-feld's plane wave diffraction is also solved as a very simple special case.
KeywordsIntegral Equation Plane Wave Half Plane Exact Form Wave Diffraction
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