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Electromagnetics of Complex Media Frequency Shifting by a Transient Magnetoplasma Medium

by Dikshitulu K. Kalluri

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Published by CRC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electricity, magnetism & electromagnetism,
  • Materials science,
  • Plasma Physics,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Electromagnetism,
  • Engineering - Electrical & Electronic,
  • Technology / Engineering / Electrical,
  • Electronics - General,
  • Electricity,
  • Plasma (Ionized gases)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages291
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8259714M
    ISBN 100849325226
    ISBN 109780849325229

    Annual Catalog Electromagnetics, Microwave, & RF Engineering from CRC Press.   The transformation of an electromagnetic pulse in a triply asymmetric electrodynamic problem is considered. Asymmetry is specified by an initial Airy pulse with asymmetric behaviour in the past and in the future, by the presence of a boundary between two dielectric media, and by the temporal behaviour of refractive index in one of by: 1.

    The infinite variety of electromagnetic effects in electrical networks is modeled in terms of basic lumped elements, such as capacitors and inductors. This representation of complex response via a discrete set of simple properties underlies the concept of electronics. Related names. Contributor: Kalluri, Dikshitulu K. Subjects. MATLAB. Electromagnetism — Mathematical models. Electromagnetic waves — Computer simulation. Materials — Electric properties. Summary "Preface The subject of electromagnetics is still a core subject of the undergraduate electrical engineering (EE) curriculum; however, at most of the universities in United States, the time.

    We have also numerically solved Eq. (15) and have shown how the dispersion properties of the low-frequency electromagnetic waves, two cut-off frequencies (ω c∗1 and ω c∗2) and the resonance frequency (ω r) change with μ numerical results are depicted in Fig. upper plot of Fig. 2 shows that when no dust particle is present, i.e., μ d =0, we have one resonance frequency at Cited by: 6.   We show that, in quite general conditions, a Vlasov equation can be derived for photons in a medium. The same is true for other quasi-particles, such as plasmons, phonons or driftons, associated with other wave modes in a plasma. The range of validity of this equation is discussed. We also discuss the Landau resonance, and its relation with photon : Jose Tito Mendonça.


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Electromagnetics of Complex Media Frequency Shifting by a Transient Magnetoplasma Medium by Dikshitulu K. Kalluri Download PDF EPUB FB2

This authoritative resource remains the only electromagnetic book to cover time-varying anisotropic media, Frequency and Polarization Transformer based on a switched magnetoplasma medium in a cavity, and FDTD numerical simulation for time-varying complex medium.

Electromagnetics of complex media: frequency shifting by a transient magnetoplasma medium. [Dikshitulu K Kalluri] -- Recent advances in the fields of materials science and electromagnetics indicate that materials can be synthesized with any desired electromagnetic properties.

Reviews and abstracts - Electromagnetics of Complex Media, Frequency Shifting by a Transient Magnetoplasma Medium [Book Review] Glisson, A. Abstract. Not Available. Publication: IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine.

Pub Date: August DOI: /MAP Author: A. Glisson. Electromagnetics of Time Varying Complex Media book. Frequency and Polarization Transformer, Second Edition. Using plasma as the basic medium to illustrate various aspects of the transformation of an electromagnetic wave by a complex medium, the text highlights the major effects of each kind of complexity in the medium properties.

Cited by: 8. Summary. Completely revised and updated to reflect recent advances in the fields of materials science and electromagnetics, Electromagnetics of Time Varying Complex Media, Second Edition provides a comprehensive examination of current topics of interest in the research community—including theory, numerical simulation, application, and experimental work.

Book Description. Completely revised and updated to reflect recent advances in the fields of materials science and electromagnetics, Electromagnetics of Time Varying Complex Media, Second Edition provides a comprehensive examination of current topics of interest in the research community—including theory, numerical simulation, application, and experimental work.

The book emphasizes these aspects: dispersive medium; tunneling of power through a plasma slab by evanescent waves; characteristic waves in an anisotropic medium; transient medium and frequency shifting; Green's function for unlike anisotropic media; perturbation technique for unlike anisotropic media; and, adiabatic analysis for modified source wave.

This book is a companion to my research monograph (K) Electromagnetics of Time-Varying Complex Media: Frequency and Polarization Transformer, Second Edition, which was published by CRC Press (Taylor & Francis Group) in April The connection between the publications is established through the common theme of a few chapters in the two.

Electromagnetics of complex media: frecuency shifting by a transient magnetoplasma medium / Dikshitulu K. Kalluri Article The First-Order Coupled Differential Equations for. Improper integrals in the depolarization dyadic for the ellipsoidal-shaped inclusion embedded in an environment medium are considered and a method for obtaining their values in the lossless limit is suggested.

The last is used to investigate the depolarization dyadics for a gyrotropic by: 2. Electromagnetics of time varying complex media: frequency and polarization transformer. [Dikshitulu K Kalluri] Frequency Shifting Using Magnetoplasma Medium: Flash IonizationAppendix E: Frequency Upshifting with Power Intensification of a WhistlerWave by a Collapsing Plasma MediumAppendix F: Conversion of a Whistler Wave into a.

Here the transient electromagnetic problem is solved Kalluri, D. Electromagnetics of complex media: frequency shifting by a presents new results on Maxwell's equations in non Author: Irena Vorgul. This book focuses primarily on senior undergraduates and graduates in Electromagnetics Waves and Materials courses.

The book takes an integrative approach to the subject of electromagnetics by supplementing quintessential "old school" information and methods with instruction in the use of new commercial software such as MATLAB. Electromagnetics of complex media: frequency shifting by a transient magnetoplasma medium.

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Frequency shift effect in transient media is used in subwavelength optics where enhanced bistability of gradient nanofilm provides tunnelling of cut-off frequency waves (Shvartsburg & Petite ). There are much fewer publications with rigorous analysis of the field transformation when medium parameters change continuously with time (Vorgul Cited by: 3.

Electromagnetic Waves, Materials, and Computation with MATLAB (R) takes an integrative modern approach to the subject of electromagnetic analysis by supplementing quintessential "old school" information and methods with instruction in the use of newer commercial software such as MATLAB and methods including FDTD.

The book is a tutorial for advanced students learning the mathematics and physics of electromagnetic scattering and curious to know how engineering concepts and techniques relate to the foundations of electromagnetics. Sergei Tretyakov, Analytical Modeling in Applied Electromagnetics, Norwood, MA: Artech House,ISBN Maxwell's equations formulated for media with gradually changing conductivity are reduced to Volterra integral equations.

Analytical and numerical investigations of the equations are presented for the case of gradual splash-like change in by: 3. This book contains review papers presented at the International Workshop on Wave Propagation, Scattering and Emission on Theory, Experiment, Simulation and Inversion (WPSE).

The papers are of high quality, covering broad areas: a new mechanism of interaction of electromagnetic waves with complex media, remote sensing information, computational.

Frequency Spectra of Transient Electromagnetic Pulses in a Conducting Medium* LV. L. ANDERSONt, UEMBER, IRE, AKD R.

R. MOOREt, SENIOR?&EMBER, IRE Summary-The energy density spectra of transient electromag- netic fields generated by a pulsed ideal dipole source in an infinite conducting medium have been investigated for various distances.This unique book presents up-to-date information on the grain growth process in an easy-to-understand format.

It goes beyond the recent advances in this area achieved with stimulation models of microstructure and texture by focusing on quantitative, rather than qualitative, issues.The reflection and transmission of electromagnetic waves from a non-stationary dielectric medium has been a fundamental problem of interest for several years.

Numerous authors have investigated this problem as early as in Pauli and Sommerfeld discussed the frequency shift of the reflected wave by a moving mirror in detail [1], [2].