Vector solution of the diffraction task using the Hertz vector

by admin on Июль 19, 2011

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The goal of the present work is to offer a relatively simple physically based and mathematically strict “dipole wave” vector theory of nonparaxial diffraction of electromagnetic radiation which allows analytical solutions of typical diffraction problems. The suggested theory logically retains the wave approach used in the Kirchhoff method and does not exhibit strict limitations to applicability inherent in the Kirchhoff integral. The diffraction problem is solved by using the Hertz vector in the Kirchhoff integral instead of the field vector. The method efficiency is illustrated in several examples.

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