4 edition of Wave propagation in complex media found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||George Papanicolaou, editor.|
|Series||The IMA volumes in mathematics and its applications ;, 96, IMA volumes in mathematics and its applications ;, v. 96.|
|LC Classifications||QA927 .W3784 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 287 p. :|
|Number of Pages||287|
|LC Control Number||97026382|
Wave propagation is any of the ways in which waves travel.. With respect to the direction of the oscillation relative to the propagation direction, we can distinguish between longitudinal wave and transverse waves.. For electromagnetic waves, propagation may occur in a vacuum as well as in a material medium. Other wave types cannot propagate through a vacuum and need a . There is a strong emphasis on the interdisciplinary aspects of wave propagation, including light and microwaves, acoustic and elastic waves, propagating in a variety of "complex" materials (liquid crystals, media with gain, natural media, magneto-optical media, photonic and phononic materials, etc.).
The head wave preserves the correct amplitude. Finally, the corner-edge model illustrates a more complex geometry for the liquid-solid interface. As the Poisson's ratio v increases from to , the shear converted phases are removed from Cited by: The dominating e ect of wave propagation in lossy media is exponential decrease of the amplitude of the wave: kc = j) e jkcz= e j ze z Thus, = Im(kc) represents the attenuation of the wave, whereas = Re(kc) represents the oscillations. The exponential is sometimes written in terms of = jkc = +j as e z= e j ze z where.
Waves in Random and Complex Media (formerly Waves in Random Media) is a broad interdisciplinary journal that reports theoretical, applied and experimental research related to any wave phenomena. Wave propagation in complex domains University College London Thursday 30 March Summary: A one-day workshop on the mathematical analysis and numerical simulation of wave propagation problems in complex domains, with a special focus on scattering problems involving non-Lipschitz scatterers, including fractals. Organisers.
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Wave propagation in inhomogeneous media: from the Helmholtz to the Ginzburg -Landau equation / M. Gitterman. Transformation of the spectrum of scattered radiation in randomly inhomogeneous absorptive plasma layer / G.
Jandieri, G. Aburjunia, V. Jandieri. This is both promo text and back cover copy: This volume combines the discussions of two workshops: one devoted to wavelets, multigrid and other fast algorithms (multipole, FFT) and their use in wave propagation, and another devoted to waves in random and other complex media.
This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications WAVE PROPAGATION IN COMPLEX Wave propagation in complex media book is based on the proceedings of two workshops: • Wavelets, multigrid and other fast algorithms (multipole, FFT) and their use in wave propagation and • Waves in random and other complex media.
Both workshops were. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Fast algorithms for solving electromagnetic scattering problems / W.C. Chew [and others] d photonic crystals with cubic structure: asymptotic analysis / A.
Figotin and P. Kuchment --On waves in random media in the diffusion-approximation regime /. The papers are of high quality, covering broad areas: a new mechanism of interaction of electromagnetic waves with complex media, remote sensing information, computational electromagnetics, etc.
This book summarizes the most significant progress in wave propagation, encompassing theory, experiment, simulation, and inversion.
Get this from a library. Wave Propagation in Complex Media. [G C Papanicolaou] -- This is both promo text and back cover copy: This volume combines the discussions of two workshops: one devoted to wavelets, multigrid and other fast algorithms (multipole, FFT) and their use in wave.
The author describes powerful and sophisticated analytic and numerical methods to solve electromagnetic problems for complex media and geometry as well. Problems are presented as realistic models of actual situations which arise in the areas of optics, radio wave propagation, geophysical prospecting, nondestructive testing, biological sensing.
Recent advances in wave propagation in random media are certainly consequences of new approaches to fundamental issues, as well as of a strong interest in potential applications. A collective effort has been made to present in this book the state of the art in fundamental concepts, as well as in biomedical imaging techniques.1/5(1).
This comprehensive volume thoroughly covers wave propagation behaviors and computational techniques for electromagnetic waves in different complex media. The chapter authors describe powerful and sophisticated analytic and numerical methods to solve their specific electromagnetic problems for complex media and geometries as well.
This book will be of interest to Cited by: 4. Spectral Finite Element Method: Wave Propagation, Diagnostics and Control in Anisotropic and Inhomogeneous Structures focuses on some of the wave propagation and transient dynamics problems with these complex media which had previously been thought unmanageable.
Wave propagation in random media is an interdisciplinary field that has emerged from the need in physics and engineering to model and analyze wave energy transport in complex environments. This book gives a systematic and self-contained presentation of wave propagation in randomly layered media using the asymptotic theory of ordinary.
Complex Waves Complex numbers are extremely useful for describing the propagation of waves. This includes electromagnetic waves (radio waves, visible light, X-rays, etc.), sound waves, quan-tum mechanical wavefunctions, and more. It is therefore very important for physicists to have a good understanding of the complex description of wave File Size: KB.
Transmission across interfaces between two media of comparable elastic moduli and mass densities gives rise to some interesting and typical wave propagation effects.
The chapter discusses these effects and simple harmonic waves. Important wave propagation effects are the surface waves propagating along a bounding surface. This book aims. High Frequency Limit Up: Wave Propagation in Uniform Previous: Anomalous Dispersion and Resonant Wave Propagation in Conducting Media In the limit, there is a significant difference in the response of a dielectric medium to an electromagnetic wave, depending on whether the lowest resonant frequency is zero or insulators, the lowest resonant frequency is.
There is a strong emphasis on the interdisciplinary aspects of wave propagation, including light and microwaves, acoustic and elastic waves, propagating in a variety of complex materials (liquid crystals, media with gain, natural media, magneto-optical.
waves through various propagation media and the discontinuities encoun-tered in the path of propagation. About the Book Evolved from the lecture notes of courses taught by the authors at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur over several years, Antennas and Wave Propagation is primarily meant to fulﬁl the requirements of a.
George C. Papanicolaou is the author of Wave Propagation in Complex Media ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Hydrodynamic Behavior a.
electromagnetic wave propagation in a linear medium. In the absence of free charge and current densities the Maxwell equations are The wave equations for and are derived by taking the curl of and For uniform isotropic linear media we have and, where and are in general complex functions of frequency.
Then we obtainFile Size: 1MB. Waves in Layered Media focuses on the theory of the propagation of elastic and electromagnetic waves in layered media. This book presents a complete report of Soviet researches on wave propagation through layered media.
Organized into six chapters, this book starts with an overview of the theory of wave reflection from layers and Edition: 1. This chapter reviews plane‐wave propagation in homogeneous media and reflection and refraction of plane waves by layered media. It considers the propagation characteristics of guided waves along layered media.
The chapter discusses various types of guided waves to introduce the idea of complex waves. It deals with the problem of wave. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1 Wave fields in real media: wave propagation in anisotropic, anelastic, and porous media.Ultrasound wave propagation is capable of revealing planar cracks, such as delaminations, which are oriented perpendicularly to the direction of sound wave propagation (Ciang et al., ).
The localization of damage, taking into account the time delay of the returned signal, cannot be accurate for complex structures, such as rotor blades.6 Elastic Wave Propagation in Materials length of the rod producing an incremental change in the velocity D V each time of 2 Y = ρ c where Y is the Young ’ s modulus of the rod.