Despite many theoretical academic journal papers, to date books on microwave theory contain little on how to calculate microwave absorption in waveguides, resonators and periodic structures. This monograph is of use to engineers designing microwave devices, and computing the parameters of waveguides, although much of the content is equally applicable to sound waves and therefore relevant in the area of acoustics. Describes highly effective, rigorous analysis methods for electromagnetic wave problems.
Surface impedance technique for the study of dissipation processes in bodies with finite conductivity; normal modes in waveguides with losses; normal oscillations in resonators with losses; electromagnetic wave diffraction by finitely conducting comb-shaped structures; dissipation in the comb structures in inhomogenous and anisotropic media; eigenmodes in corrugated waveguides and resonators with finitely conducting walls.
Series: IEEE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES SERIES
Number Of Pages: 288
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.77 x 16.51
Weight (kg): 0.59