S3FSYR/LLL1: The Syracuse computer code for radiation and scattering from bodies of revolution, extended for near field computations
Abstract
The Syracuse University code which treats electromagnetic radiation and scattering from bodies of revolution, both loaded and unloaded, is extended to include capability for nearfield computations at selected test points. The method of moments applied to the integral equation for scattered field is utilized to construct the measurement matrix, which determines a network matrix of the scattered field by the matrix equation. The incident field is measured by subroutine PLANE as before, but with the test segment as the field segment. Part A of the original Syracuse code (S3FSYR) is made a subroutine of each of the modified parts B, C, and D. Part B treats scattering of axially incident plane waves, C treats radiation from bodies of revolution excited by rotationally symmetric tangential Efield on rotationally symmetric apertures, while part D treats backscattering of obliquely incident plane waves. The code remains valid for solid bodies, bodies not intersecting the axis of revolution, zerothickness conductors, and bodies with points and edges.
 Publication:

Unknown
 Pub Date:
 May 1974
 Bibcode:
 1974sccr.rept.....B
 Keywords:

 Bodies Of Revolution;
 Computer Programming;
 Electromagnetic Radiation;
 Wave Scattering;
 Integral Equations;
 Matrices (Mathematics);
 Near Fields;
 Physics (General)