Diffraction of a plane wave by an ideally conducting solid of revolution with a dielectric envelope
Abstract
The method of integral equations is used to solve the problem of the diffraction of a plane electromagnetic wave by an ideally conducting body of revolution with a dielectric coating. The problem is reduced to three vector integral equations relative to the electric current on an ideally conducting body and equivalent electric and magnetic currents on a dielectric shell. The equations are solved numerically by means of matrix cell reversal. A specific example is considered for which the maximum size of the generatrix of the dielectric shell is 5 lambda.
 Publication:

Radiofizika
 Pub Date:
 1980
 Bibcode:
 1980RaF....23..833V
 Keywords:

 Bodies Of Revolution;
 Electric Conductors;
 Electromagnetic Radiation;
 Plane Waves;
 Wave Diffraction;
 Algorithms;
 Dielectrics;
 Integral Equations;
 Matrix Methods;
 Communications and Radar