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The Vector Wave Function Solution of the Diffraction of Electromagnetic Waves by Circular Disks and Apertures. I. Oblate Spheroidal Vector Wave Functions

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Flammer, Carson ; Stanford Research Institute, Stanford, California

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Rigorous solutions are presented of the problems of diffraction of plane electromagnetic waves by an infinitely thin, perfectly conducting, circular disk and by a circular aperture in a plane conducting screen. The analysis utilizes oblate spheroidal vector wave functions. In Part I these vector functions are defined and the expansions of plane‐polarized waves in terms of them are obtained. Part II contains the solutions of the diffraction problems.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:24 ,  Issue: 9 )