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The analytical regularization method is applied to the problem of 2D E-Polarized wave diffraction by perfectly conductive surfaces consisting of a set of closed and unclosed surfaces. The electromagnetic boundary value problem is reduced to the infinite algebraic system of the second kind which in principal can be solved with any predetermined accuracy by means of truncation procedure. Numerical results, including condition number behavior, current density, and field's space distribution for obstacles are presented.
Date of Conference: 20-23 July 2009