J.D. Cashman

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A simple expression for calculating the magnetic field at the edge of a two dimensional, perfectly electrically conducting curved face wedge is described for the case of illumination by either TE-polarized plane or surface creeping waves. This expression is developed heuristically by manipulation of the known asymptotic fields on the plane face wedge and(More)
We present a diffraction coefficient for calculating the field on the surface of a perfectly conducting two-dimensional curved face wedge, illuminated by a TE plane wave. The surface field consists of a geometrical optics (GO) field supplemented by a creeping wave launched by edge diffraction. The GO field is that which would exist on the circular cylinder(More)
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