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Electromagnetic Scattering from Arbitrarily Shaped Aperture Backed by Rectangular Cavity Recessed in Infinite Ground Plane

By Cockrell, C. R.

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Title: Electromagnetic Scattering from Arbitrarily Shaped Aperture Backed by Rectangular Cavity Recessed in Infinite Ground Plane  
Author: Cockrell, C. R.
Volume: Report-Number: NAS 1.26:4735; NASA-CR-4735
Language: English
Subject: Composite Structures, Carbon Fibers, Stiffening
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1997
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Description: The electromagnetic scattering from an arbitrarily shaped aperture backed by a rectangular cavity recessed in an infinite ground plane is analyzed by the integral equation approach. In this approach, the problem is split into two parts: exterior and interior. The electromagnetic fields in the exterior part are obtained from an equivalent magnetic surface current density assumed to be flowing over the aperture and backed by an infinite ground plane. The electromagnetic fields in the interior part are obtained in terms of rectangular cavity modal expansion functions. The modal amplitudes of cavity modes are determined by enforcing the continuity of the electric field across the aperture. The integral equation with the aperture magnetic current density as an unknown is obtained by enforcing the continuity of magnetic fields across the aperture. The integral equation is then solved for the magnetic current density by the method of moments. The electromagnetic scattering properties of an aperture backed by a rectangular cavity are determined from the magnetic current density. Numerical results on the backscatter radar cross-section (RCS) patterns of rectangular apertures backed by rectangular cavities are compared with earlier published results. Also numerical results on the backscatter RCS patterns of a circular aperture backed by a rectangular cavity are presented.; CASI; Nasa Publication Center: Langley Research Center; Unclassified; No Copyright; Unlimited; Publicly available;; Report-Number: NAS 1.26:4735; NASA-CR-4735


 
 



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