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- Yusuf Umul
- Optics express
- 2004

A new procedure for calculating the scattered fields from a perfectly conducting body is introduced. The method is defined by considering three assumptions. The reflection angle is taken as a function of integral variables, a new unit vector, dividing the angle between incident and reflected rays into two equal parts is evaluated and the perfectly… (More)

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
- 2008

The diffraction theory of Kirchhoff is reinterpreted and a new form of a surface diffraction integral is developed by using the axioms of the modified theory of physical optics, which leads to the exact scattered fields by conducting bodies. The new integral is arranged according to the interpretation of Young, and the diffracted waves are expressed in… (More)

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Optics letters
- 2005

Simple exponential functions that approach zero for reflection and shadow boundaries are considered to cancel the infinite values of diffraction coefficients at these regions. This method is applied to a wedge diffraction coefficient, and the resultant uniform coefficient is compared with the exact diffracted fields numerically.

- Yusuf Umul
- Optics express
- 2005

The scattered fields from a black half plane which absorbs all the incoming electromagnetic energy are evaluated by defining a new modified theory of physical optics surface current. This current eliminates the reflected fields, coming from the first stationary point of the reflection integral and only creates a reflected diffracted field. The incident… (More)

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
- 2008

The scattering of the radiated fields of a line source by a cylindrical parabolic reflector, which has impedance boundary conditions on its surface, is obtained by using the surface integrals of the modified theory of physical optics. The reflected geometrical optics and edge diffracted fields are evaluated by using the asymptotic methods. The scattered… (More)

- Yusuf Umul
- Optics express
- 2005

The problem of diffraction from a perfectly conducting wedge is examined with the modified theory of physical optics (MTPO). The exact wedge diffraction coefficient is compared with the asymptotic edge waves of MTPO integral and related surface currents are evaluated. The scattered electric fields are expressed by using these current components. The total,… (More)

- Yusuf Umul
- Optics express
- 2005

Fresnel integral is modeled with three equivalent functions. The first function is derived by considering the sum of the first term of the Fresnel integral's asymptotic expansion {F(x)} and an exponential function which approaches to infinity at the zero of the Fresnel function's argument and has the properties of a unit step function. The second one is the… (More)

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
- 2008

An alternative interpretation of the phenomenon of edge diffraction is proposed according to a new separation of the Fresnel function. The subfields are investigated in the problem of diffraction of a plane wave by a perfectly conducting half-plane, and the results are compared numerically with other interpretations.

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
- 2007

Diffraction of evanescent plane waves by a resistive half-plane is examined. The scattering integrals are constructed with the modified theory of physical optics. These integrals are evaluated uniformly by using an unusual method. The scattered fields of evanescent waves are obtained by giving the angle of incidence a complex value. The diffracted waves are… (More)

- Yusuf Z Umul
- Journal of the Optical Society of America. A…
- 2007

A uniform diffracted field is obtained in terms of Fresnel functions with complex argument by subtracting the unit step function from the Fresnel integral. The method is applied to the problem of diffraction of inhomogeneous plane waves by a perfectly conducting half-plane and wedge. The results are plotted numerically and compared with results reported in… (More)