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Title:Electromagnetic scattering and material characterization
Author(s): Abbas. Omar
Date:2011
Publisher:Artech House
Size:1 online resource(303 p.)
Contents:Chapter 1 Introduction -- Microscopic-Macroscopic Transformation -- Metamaterials -- Free-Space Measurements and Focusing -- Waveguide Measurements -- Resonator Measurements -- Radio Frequency (RF) Measurements -- Measurement Accuracy and Extraction Sensitivity -- Chapter 2 Fundamentals -- Spectral Transformations -- Sturm-Liouville Eigenvalue Problems -- Sin-Series and Cos-Series Expansions -- Fourier Series and Fourier Transform -- Fourier-Bessel Series and Hankel Transform -- Multidimensional Fou rier Transform -- Maxwell.s Equations in Free Space -- Time Domain -- Frequency Domain and Auxiliary Potentials -- Spectral Domain and Plane Waves -- Constitutive Relations -- Time Domain and Transient and Steady-State Constitutive Relations -- Frequency Domain and Steady-State Constitutive Relations -- Chapter 3 -- Propagation in Homogeneous Media -- Source-Free Electromagnetic Fields in Homogeneous Media -- Plane Waves and Polarization -- Plane Waves -- Polarization -- Electromagnetic Fields in Material Layers -- Infinitely Extended Material Slabs -- Cylindrical Shells -- Spherical Shells -- Antennas and Antenna Arrays -- Infinitesimal Current Loop (Point Magnetic Dipole) -- Basic Antenna Characteristics -- Antenna Arrays -- Dispersion -- The Concept of Focusing -- Focusing Using a Linear Antenna Array
Chapter 4 Guided Wave Propagation -- Guided Waves in Homogeneously Filled Waveguides -- TEM Modes -- TE and TM Modes -- Eigenmodes of Inhomogeneously Filled Waveguides -- Coupled Mode Formulation -- Modal Orthogonality and Complex Modes -- Waveguide s with Lossy Boundaries -- Excitation of Waveguides -- Coupled Mode Formulation -- Excitation Sources with a Finite Axial Extent -- Waveguide Junctions -- Junction Between Two Empty Waveguides with Different Cross Sections -- Junction Between Empty and In homogeneously -- Filled Waveguides Sharing the Same Cross Section -- Chapter 5 Electromagnetic Cavity Resonators -- Construction of Complete Sets of Three-Dimensional Vector Functions -- Divergenceless Eigenmodes -- Irrotational Eigenmodes -- Resonance Mo des in Homogeneously Filled Cavities -- Resonance Modes in Inhomogeneously Filled Cavities -- Coupled Mode Formulation -- Modal Orthogonality and Stored Energies -- Cavity Resonators with Lossy Boundaries -- Excitation of Cavity Resonators -- Coupled Mode Formulation -- Source-Free Fields -- Aperture Coupling of Cavity Resonators
Chapter 6 Free-Space Measurements - Planar Interfaces -- Incident, Scattered, and Total Fields -- Measurement Configuration -- Plane-Wave Decomposition of the Far Field of Illuminating Antennas -- Spatially Dependent Field -- Plane-Wave Interpretati on -- Short- and Open-Circuited Half Spaces -- Material Half Spaces (Reflection Measurements Only) -- The Spatially Dependent Free-Space Field -- Transversally Directed Short Current Element as a Radiating Antenna -- Short-Circuited Material Slabs (Reflec tion Measurements Only) -- The Spatially Dependent Free-Space Field -- Material Slabs (Both Reflection and Transmission Measurements) -- The Spatially Dependent Free-Space Fields -- Chapter 7 Free-Space Measurements - Cylindrical and Spherical Interfaces -- Measurement Configuration for Cylindrical Interfaces -- Cylindrical-Harmonics Expansion of the Far Field of Illuminating Antennas -- Spatially Dependent Field -- Measurement of the Constitutive Parameters of Material Cylinders -- Cylindrical Harmonics -- Spatial Cylindrical Harmonics -- Measurement Configuration for Spherical Interfaces -- Spherical-Surface-Harmonics Expansion of the Far Field of Illuminating Antennas -- Incident Field in Local Coordinates -- Radial Potentials of the Incident Field -- Measurement of the Constitutive Parameters of Material Spheres -- Matching the Spherical Surface Harmonics
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Keywords: Electromagnetic waves, Scattering. , Electromagnetic fields.
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Title:Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves: Advanced Topics
Author(s): Tsang
Date:2001
Publisher:Wiley-Interscience
Size:1 online resource (433 p.)
ISBN:9780471388012
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Keywords: Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Title:Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves: Numerical Simulations
Author(s): Tsang
Date:2001
Publisher:Wiley-Interscience
Size:1 online resource (737 p.)
ISBN:9780471388005
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Keywords: Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Title:Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves: Theoriesand Applications
Author(s): Tsang
Date:2000
Publisher:Wiley-Interscience
Size:1 online resource (446 p.)
ISBN:9780471387992
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Keywords: Electrical & Electronics Engineering
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Title:Electromagnetic Waves in Complex Systems Selected Theoretical and Applied Problems
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Date:2016
Size:1 online resource (48 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-31631-4
Contents:Preface -- New Analytical Solutions of Selected Electromagnetic Problems -- Dyadic Green’s Function of a Biaxial Anisotropic Medium -- Operator Fresnel Formulas in the Scattering Theory of Guided Modes -- Two-Dimensionally Periodic
Gratings: Pulsed and Steady-State Waves in Nonregular Rectangular Floquet Channel -- The Exact Absorbing Conditions Method in the Analysis of Open Electrodynamic Structures -- High-Power Short Pulse Compression: Analysis and Modeling
-- Diffraction Radiation Phenomena: Physical Analysis and Applications
ISBN:9783319316314
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Series:Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics: 91
Keywords: Physics , Optics , Electrodynamics , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Microwaves , Optical engineering , Physics , Optics and Electrodynamics , Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:Laser Interaction with Biological Material [electronic resource] : Mathematical Modeling
Author(s): Kirill Kulikov
Date:2014
Publisher:Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:This book covers the principles of laser interaction with biological cells and tissues of varying degrees of organization. The problems of biomedical diagnostics are considered.Scattering of laser irradiation of blood cells ismodeled for biological s tructures (dermis, epidermis, vascular plexus). An analytic theory is provided which is based on solving the wave equation for the electromagnetic field. It allows the accurate analysis of interference effectsarising from the partial superposition of scat tered waves. Treated topics of mathematical modeling are: optical characterization of biological tissue with large-scale and small-scale inhomogeneities in the layers, heating blood vesselunder laser irradiation incident on the outer surface of the skin a nd thermo-chemical denaturation of biological structures at the example of human skin
Contents:From the Contents: The main physical processes occurring during the interaction of optical radiation with matter
The methods for describing the interaction of laser radiation with biological tissues and objects
Present situation of studies in biological objects by means of mathematical models describing the interaction of biological tissue with laser light
The mathematical modeling of electrical characteristics of spherical particles, simulating blood cells by the method of intracavity laser spectroscopy
ISBN:9783319017396
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Series:Biological and Medical Physics, Biomedical Engineering, 1618-7210
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Keywords: Biomedical engineering
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Title:Inverse Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering Theory [electronic resource]
Author(s): David Colton
Rainer Kress
Date:2013
Edition:3rd ed. 2013
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The inverse scattering problem is central to many areas of science and technology such as radar and sonar, medical imaging, geophysical exploration and nondestructive testing. This book is devoted to the mathematical andnumerical analysis of the inve rse scattering problem for acoustic and electromagnetic waves. In this third edition, new sections have been added on the linear sampling and factorization methods for solving the inverse scatteringproblem as well as expanded treatments of iteration metho ds and uniqueness theorems for the inverse obstacle problem. These additions have in turn required an expanded presentation of both transmission eigenvalues and boundary integralequations in Sobolev spaces. As in the previous editions, emphasis has been g iven to simplicity over generality thus providing the reader with an accessible introduction to the field of inverse scattering theory. Review of earliereditions: Colton and Kress have written a scholarly, state of the art account of their view of direct and inverse scattering. The book is a pleasure to read as a graduate text or to dip into at leisure. It suggests a number ofopen problems and will be a source of inspiration for many years to come. SIAM Review, September 1994 This book should be on the desk of any researcher, any student, any teacher interested in scattering theory.Mathematical Intelligencer, June 1994
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Contents:Introduction
The Helmholtz Equation
Direct Acoustic Obstacle Scattering
III
Posed Problems
Inverse Acoustic Obstacle Scattering
The Maxwell Equations
Inverse Electromagnetic Obstacle Scattering
Acoustic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium
Electromagnetic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium
The Inverse Medium Problem
References
Index
ISBN:9781461449423
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Keywords: Mathematics , Integral equations , Differential equations, partial , Visualization , Acoustics
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Title:Modeling and Computations in Electromagnetics [electronic resource] : A Volume Dedicated to Jean-Claude Ndlec
Author(s): Habib Ammari
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Modeling and computations in electromagnetics is a quite novel and growing discipline, expanding as a result of the steadily increasing demand for designing electrical devices, modeling electromagnetic materials, and simulatingelectromagnetic fields in nanoscale structures. The aim of this volume is to bring together prominent worldwide experts to review state-of-the-art developments and future trends of modeling and computations in electromagnetics. Thisvolume is devoted to merging the expertise of scientists working in this dynamic discipline, and to raising interest for challenging issues. The most significant advances in computational techniques have been made only in the last fewyears, and several challenging technological applications are prese nted in this volume
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Contents:Stabilized FEMBEM Coupling for Maxwell Transmission Problems
A Posteriori Error Analysis and Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Electromagnetic and Acoustic Problems
Time Domain Adaptive Integral Method for Surface Integral Equations
Local and Nonlocal Nonreflecting Boundary Conditions for Electromagnetic Scattering
High
Order Methods for High
Frequency Scattering Applications
Recent Studies on Inverse Medium Scattering Problems
Time Reversal of Electromagnetic Waves
Addition Theorem
ISBN:9783540737780
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Series:Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, 1439-7358 : v59
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science Mathematics , Mathematical physics , Electromagnetism
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Title:Plasma Polarization Spectroscopy [electronic resource]
Author(s): Takashi Fujimoto
Atsushi Iwamae
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Plasma Polarization Spectroscopy (PPS) is now becoming a standard diagnostic technique for working with laboratory plasmas. This new area needs a comprehensive framework, both experimental and theoretical. This book reviews thehistorical development of PPS, develops a general theoretical formulation to deal with this phenomenon, along with an overview of relevant cross sections, and reports on laboratory experiments so far performed. It also includes variousfacets that are interesting from this stand point, e.g. X-ray lasers and effects of microwave irradiation. It also offers a timely discussion of instrumentation that is quite important in a practical PPS experiment
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Contents:Zeeman and Stark Effects
Plasma Spectroscopy
Population
Alignment Collisional
Radiative Model
Definition of Cross Sections for the Creation, Destruction, and Transfer of Atomic Multipole Moments by Electron Scattering: Quantum Mechanical Treatment
Collision Processes
Radiation Reabsorption
Experiments: Ionizing Plasma
Experiments: Recombining Plasma
Various Plasmas
Polarized Atomic Radiative Emission in the Presence of Electric and Magnetic Fields
Astrophysical Plasmas
Electromagnetic Waves
Instrumentation I
Instrumentation II
ISBN:9783540735878
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Series:Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics, 1615-5653 : v44
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Keywords: Engineering
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Title:An Introduction to Echo Analysis [electronic resource] Scattering Theory and Wave Propagation
Author(s): G. F Roach
Date:2008
Publisher:London : Springer London
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Note:The use of various types of wave energy is an increasingly promising, non-destructive means of detecting objects and of diagnosing the properties of quite complicated materials. An analysis of this technique requires anunderstanding of how waves evol ve in the medium of interest and how they are scattered by inhomogeneities in the medium. These scattering phenomena can be thought of as arising from some perturbation of a given, known system and theyare analysed by developing a scattering theory. This monograph provides an introductory account of scattering phenomena and a guide to the technical requirements for investigating wave scattering problems. It gathers together theprincipal mathematical topics which are required when dealing with wave propaga tion and scattering problems, and indicates how to use the material to develop the required solutions. Both potential and target scattering phenomena areinvestigated and extensions of the theory to the electromagnetic and elastic fields are provided. Thro ughout, the emphasis is on concepts and results rather than on the fine detail of proof a bibliography at the end of each chapterpoints the interested reader to more detailed proofs of the theorems and suggests directions for further reading. Aimed at gra duate and postgraduate students and researchers in mathematics and the applied sciences, this book aims toprovide the newcomer to the field with a unified, and reasonably self-contained, introduction to an exciting research area and, for the more experien ced reader, a source of information and techniques
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Contents:and Outline of Contents
Some One
Dimensional Examples
Preliminary Mathematical Material
Hilbert Spaces
Two Important Techniques
A Scattering Theory Strategy
An Approach to Echo Analysis
Scattering Processes in Stratified Media
Scattering in Spatially Periodic Media
Inverse Scattering Problems
Scattering in Other Wave Systems
Commentary
ISBN:9781846288524
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Series:Springer Monographs in Mathematics, 1439-7382
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Keywords: Mathematics , Functional analysis , Operator theory , Differential equations, partial
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Title:Scattering from Model Nonspherical Particles [electronic resource] : Theory and Applications to Environmental Physics
Author(s): Ferdinando Borghese
Paolo Denti
Rosalba Saija
Date:2007
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The scattering of electromagnetic radiation by nonspherical particles has become an increasingly important research topic over the past 20 years. Instead of handling anisotropic particles of arbitrary shape, the authors considerthe more amenable prob lem of aggregates of spherical particles. This is often a very satisfactory approach as the optical response of nonspherical particles depends more on their general symmetry and the quantity of refractive materialthan on the precise details of their shape . The book addresses a wide spectrum of applications, ranging from scattering properties of water droplets containing pollutants, atmospheric aerosols and ice crystals to the modeling of cosmicdust grains as aggregates. In this extended second edition the authors have encompassed all the new topics arising from their recent studies of cosmic dust grains. Thus many chapters were deeply revised and new chapters were added. Thenew material spans The description of the state of polarization of electromagnetic waves of general form The conservation theorems of combined systems of fields and particles The appropriate multipole expansion for waves of generalwave vector and of general state of polarization A number of new applications The effects of radiation pre ssure and radiation torque on cosmic dust grains A study of the morphology of cosmic dust grains and of the distribution andpolarization of the electromagnetic field in the interior of aggregated dust grains
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Contents:1. Multipole Fields
2. Propagation Through an Assembly of Nonspherical Scatterers
3. Radiation force, radiation torque and thermal emission
4. Multipole Expansions and Transition Matrix
5. Transition Matrix of Single and Aggregated Spheres
6. Scattering from Particles on a Plane Surface
7. Applications: Aggregated Spheres, Layered Spheres, and Spheres Containing Inclusions
8. Applications: Single and Aggregated Spheres and Hemispheres on a Plane Interface
9. Applications: Atmospheric Ice Crystals
10. Applications: Cosmic Dust Grains
A
A 6 Appendices
References
ISBN:9783540374145
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Series:Physics of Earth and Space Environments, 1610-1677
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Keywords: Physical geography , Astrophysics , Electrodynamics
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Title:Modeling and Analysis of Transient Processes in Open Resonant Structures [electronic resource] : New Methods and Techniques
Author(s): Yuriy K Sirenko
Nataliya P Yashina
Staffan Strm
Date:2007
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:The principal goal of the book is to describe new accurate and robust algorithms for open resonant structures with substantially increased efficiency. These algorithms allow the extraction of complete information with estimatedaccuracy concerning the scattering of transient electromagnetic waves by complex objects. The determination and visualization of the electromagnetic fields, developed for realistic models, simplify and significantly speed up thesolution to a wide class of fundamental and applie d problems of electromagnetic field theory. The book presents a systematic approach to the study of electromagnetic waves scattering which can be introduced inundergraduate/postgraduate education in theoretical and applied radiophysics and different advan ced engineering courses on antenna and wave-guide technology. On a broader level, the book should be of interest to scientists in optics,computational physics and applied mathematics
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Contents:Preface
Numerical analysis of transient processes: fundamental issues and results of the theory, methods and problems
Waveguides and periodic structures: exact 'absorbing' conditions on virtual boundaries in cross section of a regular wave guiding structures
Compact inhomogeneities in free space: virtual coordinate boundaries in scalar and vector problems of wave scattering theory
The simplest Modifications of the 'Exact ABCs' approach and the associated numerical tests
Transform operators in space of signal's evolutionary basis: a time domain analogue of generalized scattering
ISBN:9780387325774
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Series:Springer Series in Optical Sciences, 0342-4111 : v122
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical physics , Physical optics , Microwaves
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Title:Quantum-Classical Analogies
Author(s): Daniela Dragoman
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (344 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-09647-5
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Analogies Between Ballistic Electrons and Electromagnetic Waves -- 3 Electron/Electromagnetic Multiple Scattering and Localization -- 4 Acoustic Analogies for Quantum Mechanics -- 5 Optical Analogs for Multilevel
Quantum Systems -- 6 Particle Optics -- 7 Quantum/Classical Nonlinear Phenomena -- 8 Quantum/Classical Phase Space Analogies -- 9 Analogies Between Quantum and Classical Computing -- 10 Other Quantum/Classical Analogies -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Physics , Quantum Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Mathematics — Key Technology for the Future Joint Projects between Universities and Industry
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (732 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55753-8
Contents:I. Motors, Vehicles -- Synthesis of Automotive Cams Using Multiple Shooting-SQP Methods for Constrained Optimization -- Numerical Optimization of Scavenging in Two-Stroke Engines with Transfer Ducts, an Exhaust Port and a Moving
Piston -- A Numerical Tool for Flow Simulation in a Wankel Motor -- An Efficient Navier-Stokes Solver for Automotive Aerodynamics -- Numerical Simulation of Exhaust Systems in Car Industry — Efficient Calculation of Radiation Heat
Transfer -- Combinatorial Optimization Techniques for Three-Dimensional Arrangement Problems -- Simulation of Test-drives of Automobiles at Driving Limit -- An Optimal Control Approach To Real-Time Vehicle Guidance -- Theoretical and
Experimental Studies of an S-Catamaran -- II. Environmental Technology -- Robust Error Estimators for Interface Problems Occuring in Transport Processes in Porous Media -- Modelling and Simulation of a Planned Bio-Chemical in situ
Remediation -- Influence of Surfactants on Spreading of Contaminants and Soil Remediation -- Improvement of Environment Observing Remote Sensing Devices by Regularization Techniques -- III. Flow, Transport and Reactions in
Technological Processes -- Stability Analysis for Reactors from Chemical Industry -- Heterogeneous Dynamic Process Flowsheet Simulation of Chemical Plants -- Numerical Simulation of Annular Chromatography -- Numerical Methods for
Parameter Estimation in Bingham-Fluids -- A Viscoelastic Turbulence Model Based on Renormalization Group Theory -- Modelling and Simulation of Capacitor Impulse Welding -- Analysis of Transport Processes for Layered Porous Materials
Used in Industrial Applications -- Modelling and Numerical Simulation of District Heating Networks with Time-Saving Solution Methods -- Sensitivity and Robustness Analysis for Construction and Monitoring of Tubine-Generator Shafts --
IV. Optics and Sensors -- Adaptive Multigrid Methods for the Vectorial Maxwell Eigenvalue Problem for Optical Waveguide Design -- Direct and Inverse Problems for Diffractive Structures — Optimization of Binary Gratings -- Computation
of Electromagnetic Fields for a Humidity Sensor -- V. Crystal Growth, Semiconductors -- Simulation of Industrial Crystal Growth by the Vertical Bridgman Method -- Numerical Simulation and Control of Industrial Crystal Growth Processes
-- Optimal Control of Sublimation Growth of SiC Crystals -- Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Semiconductor Detectors -- Optimal Design of High Power Electronic Devices by Topology Optimization -- Modelling and
Simulation of Strained Quantum Wells in Semiconductor Lasers -- VI. Electronic Circuits -- Efficient Analysis of Oscillatory Circuits -- Modelling and Simulation of Power Devices for High-Voltage Integrated Circuits -- Finding
Beneficial DAE Structures in Circuit Simulation -- CHORAL — a Charge-Oriented Algorithm for the Numerical Integration of Electrical Circuits -- VII. Tomography, Image Analysis and Visualisation -- Reconstructing Crystalline Structures
from Few Images Under High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy -- Measurement of Paint Layer Thickness with Photothermal Infrared Radiometry -- Spatio-Temporal Current Density Reconstruction from EEG-/MEG-Data -- Signal
Correction in NMR Spectroscopy -- On Scattering of Ultrasonic Waves -- Smoothing of Tomographic Data and Hybrid Volume-Surface Visualisation -- Video Coding with Adaptive Vector Quantization and Rate Distortion Optimization -- VIII.
Statistical Methods in Medical Applications -- The Application of Statistical Methods of Meta-Analysis for Heterogeneity Modelling in Medicine and Pharmacy, Psychology, Quality Control and Assurance -- An Application for the Analysis
of Human Tremor Time-Series -- IX. Optimization in Design and Production -- Free Material Optimization -- Automatic Layout and Labelling of State Diagrams -- Optimization Problems in a Semi-Automatic Device for Cutting Leather --
Stochastic Programming for Power Production and Trading Under Uncertainty -- Scheduling Scarce Resources in Chemical Engineering -- X. Optimization in Traffic and Communication -- Duty Scheduling in Public Transit -- Rotation Planning
for the Continental Service of a European Airline -- Computer Aided Scheduling of Switching Engines -- Train Schedule Optimization in Public Rail Transport -- An Integrated Planning Approach for Cellular Radio Networks -- Author Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemometrics , Computer graphics , Computer mathematics , Visualization , Statistics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematics , Computational Science and Engineering , Visualization , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Math. Applications in Chemistry , Computer Imaging, Vision, Pattern Recognition and Graphics , Statistics for Life Sciences, Medicine, Health Sciences
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Title:Topics in Computational Wave Propagation Direct and Inverse Problems
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (9 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55483-4
Contents:New Results on Absorbing Layers and Radiation Boundary Conditions -- Fast, High-Order, High-Frequency Integral Methods for Computational Acoustics and Electromagnetics -- Galerkin Boundary Element Methods for Electromagnetic
Scattering -- Computation of resonance frequencies for Maxwell equations in non-smooth domains -- hp-Adaptive Finite Elements for Time-Harmonic Maxwell Equations -- Variational Methods for Time-Dependent Wave Propagation Problems --
Some Numerical Techniques for Maxwell’s Equations in Different Types of Geometries -- On Retarded Potential Boundary Integral Equations and their Discretisation -- Inverse Scattering Theory for Time-Harmonic Waves -- Herglotz Wave
Functions in Inverse Electromagnetic Scattering Theory -- Appendix: Colour Figures
ISBN:9783642554834
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Series:Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering: 31
Keywords: Mathematics , Earth sciences , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Computer mathematics , Mathematics , Analysis , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Earth Sciences, general
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Title:Optical Solitons in Fibers
Author(s): Akira Hasegawa
Date:2003
Edition:Third, Revised and Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (201 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-46064-0
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Wave Motion -- 2.1 What is Wave Motion? -- 2.2 Dispersive and Nonlinear Effects of a Wave -- 2.3 Solitary Waves and the Korteweg de Vries Equation -- 2.4 Solution of the Korteweg de Vries Equation -- 3. Lightwave
in Fibers -- 3.1 Polarization Effects -- 3.2 Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Dielectric Materials -- 3.3 Kerr Effect and Kerr Coefficient -- 3.4 Dielectric Waveguides -- 4. Information Transfer in Optical Fibers and Evolution of the
Lightwave Packet -- 4.1 How Information is Coded in a Lightwave -- 4.2 How Information is Transferred in Optical Fibers -- 4.3 Master Equation for Information Transfer in Optical Fibers: The Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation -- 4.4
Evolution of the Wave Packet Due to the Group Velocity Dispersion -- 4.5 Evolution of the Wave Packet Due to the Nonlinearity -- 4.6 Technical Data of Dispersion and Nonlinearity in a Real Optical Fiber -- 4.7 Nonlinear Schrödinger
Equation and a Solitary Wave Solution -- 4.8 Modulational Instability -- 4.9 Induced Modulational Instability -- 4.10 Modulational Instability Described by the Wave Kinetic Equation -- 5. Optical Solitons in Fibers -- 5.1 Soliton
Solutions and the Results of Inverse Scattering -- 5.2 Soliton Periods -- 5.3 Conservation Quantities of the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation -- 5.4 Dark Solitons -- 5.5 Soliton Perturbation Theory -- 5.6 Effect of Fiber Loss -- 5.7
Effect of the Waveguide Property of a Fiber -- 5.8 Condition of Generation of a Soliton in Optical Fibers -- 5.9 First Experiments on Generation of Optical Solitons -- 6. All-Optical Soliton Transmission Systems -- 6.1 Raman
Amplification and Reshaping of Optical Solitons-First Concept of All-Optical Transmission Systems -- 6.2 First Experiments of Soliton Reshaping and of Long Distance Transmission by Raman Amplifications -- 6.3 First Experiment of
Soliton Transmission by Means of an Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier -- 6.4 Concept of the Guiding Center Soliton -- 6.5 The Gordon-Haus Effect and Soliton Timing Jitter -- 6.6 Interaction Between Two Adjacent Solitons -- 6.7 Interaction
Between Two Solitons in Different Wavelength Channels -- 7. Control of Optical Solitons -- 7.1 Frequency-Domain Control -- 7.2 Time-Domain Control -- 7.3 Control by Means of Nonlinear Gain -- 7.4 Numerical Examples of Soliton
Transmission Control -- 8. Influence of Higher-Order Terms -- 8.1 Self-Frequency Shift of a Soliton Produced by Induced Raman Scattering -- 8.2 Fission of Solitons Produced by Self-Induced Raman Scattering -- 8.3 Effects of Other
Higher-Order Dispersion -- 9. Polarization Effects -- 9.1 Fiber Birefringence and Coupled Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations -- 9.2 Solitons in Fibers with Constant Birefringence -- 9.3 Polarization-Mode Dispersion -- 9.4 Solitons in
Fibers with Randomly Varying Birefringence -- 10. Dispersion-Managed Solitons (DMS) -- 10.1 Problems in Conventional Soliton Transmission -- 10.2 Dispersion Management with Dispersion-Decreasing Fibers -- 10.3 Dispersion Management
with Dispersion Compensation -- 10.4 Quasi Solitons -- 11. Application of Dispersion Managed Solitons for Single-Channel Ultra-High Speed Transmissions -- 11.1 Enhancement of Pulse Energy -- 11.2 Reduction of Gordon-Haus Timing Jitter
-- 11.3 Interaction Between Adjacent Pulses -- 11.4 Dense Dispersion Management -- 11.5 Nonstationary RZ Pulse Propagation -- 11.6 Some Recent Experiments -- 12. Application of Dispersion Managed Solitons for WDM Transmission -- 12.1
Frequency Shift Induced by Collisions Between DM Solitons in Different Channels -- 12.2 Temporal Shift Induced by Collisions Between DM Solitons in Different Channels -- 12.3 Doubly Periodic Dispersion Management -- 12.4 Some Recent
WDM Experiments Using DM Solitons -- 13. Other Applications of Optical Solitons -- 13.1 Soliton Laser -- 13.2 Pulse Compression -- 13.3 All-Optical Switching -- 13.4 Solitons in Fibers with Gratings -- 13.5 Solitons in Microstructure
Optical Fibers -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Elementary particles (Physics) , Quantum field theory , Quantum optics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Microwaves , Optical engineering , Electrical engineering , Physics , Elementary Particles, Quantum Field Theory , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Quantum Optics , Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering , Communications Engineering, Networks
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Title:Nonlinear Optics, Quantum Optics, and Ultrafast Phenomena with X-Rays Physics with X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (330 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-0387-3
Contents:1 X-Ray Sources -- 1 Introduction -- 2 X-Ray Tubes -- 3 Laser-Driven Sources -- 4 Synchrotrons and Storage Rings -- 5 Pulse Slicing and Ultrafast Thomson Scattering -- 6 Energy-Recovering Linacs -- 7 X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers -- 8
Comparison of Sources -- 2 Nonlinear Optics of Free Electrons -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Relativistic Electrons in Electromagnetic Waves -- 3 Dynamical Diffraction -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Linear Perfect Crystal Theory -- 3 Extended
Takagi-Taupin Theory -- 4 Nonlinear Dynamical Diffraction from Free Electrons -- 5 Appendix -- 4 Ultrafast Diffractive X-Ray Optics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Laser-Induced Changes in Crystal Diffractive Properties -- 3 Bragg Reflection --
4 Laue Transmission -- 5 Parametric Down Converion -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Experiments -- 3 Potential Applications -- 4 Experimental Issues -- 5 Summary -- 6 Appendix -- 6 Laser Pump, X-Ray Probe Spectroscopy on GaAs -- 1 Introduction
-- 2 Physics Background -- 3 The Experiment -- 4 Results -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Experimental Issues -- 7 Potential Applications -- 7 Ultrafast structural changes induced by femtosecond laser pulses -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Theory -- 3
Ultrafast nonequilibrium graphitization of diamond -- 4 Ablation mechanisms in graphite -- 5 Nonequilibrium melting and ablation of carbon -- 6 Ablation of silicon -- 7 Laserinduced melting of a C60 molecular crystal -- 8 Fragmentation
of nanotubes -- 9 Summary -- 8 Ultrafast Lattice Dynamics -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Experimental Setup -- 3 Theory of Time-Resolved X-Ray Diffraction -- 4 Wave-vector Matching Considerations -- 5 Generation of coherent displacements -- 6
Extension to Finite Electron-Phonon Coupling Times -- 7 Experimental Results -- 8 Extraction of Electron-Phonon Coupling Times -- 9 High Fluence Results -- 10 Coherent Control -- 11 Control of the Diffraction Efficiency of a Crystal --
12 Conclusion -- 9 Seeing Sound: Measuring acoustic pulse propagation with x-rays -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Ultrafast Strain Generation -- 3 The X-ray Source -- 4 Ultrafast Laser -- 5 Time-resolved x-ray Bragg diffraction -- 6
Time-resolved Laue diffraction -- 7 Summary and Acknowledgements -- 10 Time-dependent dynamical diffraction theory for phonon-type distortions -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The generalised Takagi-Taupin equation -- 3 Comparison with classical
Takagi-Taupin theory -- 4 Coherent phonons and selection rules -- 5 Perturbative analytical solution -- 6 Numerical solution of the generalised Takagi-Taupin equation -- 7 High spatial frequency phonons -- 11 Nonlinear Response
Functions for X-Ray Laser Pulses -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Nonlinear response functions: general formalism -- 3 Applications -- 4 Event rates and cross sections -- 5 Conclusions -- 6 Acknowledgments -- 7 Appendix -- References
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Title:Recent Developments in General Relativity, Genoa 2000
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (464 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-88-470-2101-3
Contents:In Memory of Ruggiero de Ritis -- The Lectures -- Radiative Spacetimes -- Instantons and Scattering -- The Early Universe, the Present Universe -- 2D Dynamical Triangulations and the Weil-Petersson Measure -- Nöther Conserved
Quantities and Entropy in General Relativity -- Spinors, Supergravity and the Signature of Space-Time -- VIRGO: An Interferometric Detector of Gravitational Waves -- Oscillation and Instabilities of Relativistic Stars -- Active
Galactic Nuclei and the Properties of Supermassive Black Holes -- Huygens’ Principle and MAPLE’s NPspinor Package -- Hamiltonian Structure of 2+1 Dimensional Gravity -- Covariant Quantum Mechanics and Quantum Symmetries -- Anti-de
Sitter Quantum Field Theory and the AdS-CFT Correspondence -- Geodetic Contributions to Gravitational Experiments in Space -- The r-modes Oscillations and Instability: Surprises from Magnetized Neutron Stars -- Strong Field Gravity and
Quasi-Periodic Oscillations from Low-Mass X-ray Binaries -- What Have We learned about Gamma Ray Bursts from Afterglows? -- Gravitational Waves and the Death-Spiral of Compact Binaries -- Gravity in Anti-de-Sitter Space and Quantum
Field Theory -- Black Hole Formation in Supernovae: Prospects of Unveiling Fallback Emission -- Advanced Readout Configurations for the Gravitational Wave Detector AURIGA -- Classical Relativity -- Connections in Distributional Bundles
and Field Theories -- The Spectrum of Endstates of Spherical Gravitational Collapse -- Quantum Zeno Effect and the Detection of Gravitomagnetism -- Sagnac, Gclock Effect and Gravitomagnetism -- Radiation from an Electric Charge --
Trajectories for Relativistic Particles in an Electromagnetic Field -- Relativistic Astrophysics and Cosmology -- A Determination of any Physical Characteristics of Magnetic Monopole in Basis of Metrics of Curved Space-Time --
Gravitational Waves from Colored Spinning Cosmic Strings -- “Multiple Bending of Light Ray” Can Create Many Images for One Galaxy: In Our Dynamic Universe — A Computer Simulation -- Experimental Gravitation and Space Physics -- Recent
Improvements on the EXPLORER Gravitational Wave Antenna -- NAUTILUS Recent Results -- The Low Frequency Facility R&D Experiment of the Virgo Project -- The Newton’s Gravitational Law -- Measurement of Gravitational Interaction on mm
Scale -- Quantum Relativity and Strings -- Constraint Supersymmetry Breaking and Non-Perturbative Effects in String Theory -- T-Dualization and Symmetry Breaking -- A Theory of Quantum Gravity from First Principles -- Spin Models,
TQFTs and Their Hierarchical Structure -- Quantum Closed Timelike Curves in General Relativity
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Astrophysics , Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:Acoustical Imaging
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (409 p.)
Note:10.1007/b117447
Contents:Advanced Systems and Techniques -- Noncoherent Synthetic Aperture Imaging -- Imaging with a 2D Transducer Hybrid Array -- Inferring 3-dimensional animal motions from a set of 1-dimensional multibeam returns -- Development of an
Ultrasonic Focusing System Based on the Synthetic Aperture Focusing Technique -- High-Resolution Process in Ultrasonic Reflection Tomography -- Spatial Coherence and Beamformer Gain -- A New Approach for Calculating Wideband Fields --
High-Resolution Acoustic Arrays Using Optimum Symmetrical-Number-System Processing -- Frequency Weighting of Distributed Filtered Backward Propagation in Acoustic Tomography -- Exact Solution of Two-Dimensional Monochromatic Inverse
Scattering Problem and Secondary Sources Space Spectrum -- Hausdorff Moments Method of Acoustical Imaging -- A Generalized Inversion of Helmholtz Equation and Its Application to Acoustical Imaging -- Real Time Processing of the
Radiofrequency Echo Signal for On-Line Spectral Maps -- Reconstruction of Inner Field By Marchenko-Newton-Rose Method and Solution of Multi-Dimensional Inverse Scattering Problem -- RF Ultrasound Echo Decomposition Using
Singular-Spectrum Analysis -- High-Performance Computing in Real-Time Ultrasonic Imaging -- Causality Revisited -- Resolution Analysis of Acoustic Tomographic Imaging with Finite-Size Apertures Based on Spatial-Frequency Coverage --
Radiation Force Doppler Effects on Contrast Agents -- B-Mode Speckle Texture: The Effect of Spatial Coherence -- Extending the Bandwidth of the Pyramidal Detector -- Microscopy and Nondestructive Evaluation -- The Use of a
Reference-Beam Detector Applied to the Scanning Laser Acoustic Microscope -- Acoustic Microscopy Evaluation of Endothelial Cells Modulated by Fluid Shear Stress -- Ultrasound Imaging of Human Teeth Using a Desktop Scanning Acoustic
Microscope -- The Acoustic Parameters Measurement by the Doppler Scanning Acoustic Microscope -- Quantitative Contact Spectroscopy by Atomic-Force Acoustic Microscopy -- Double Focus Technique for Simultaneous Measurement of Sound
Velocity and Thickness of Thin Samples Using Time-Resolved Acoustic Microscopy -- A New Method for 3-D Velocity Vector Measurement Using 2-D Phased Array Probe -- Acoustic Velocity Profiling of a Scattering Medium: Simulated Results --
Ultrasonic Velocity Measurement in Viscoelastic Material Using the Wavelet Transform -- An Ultrasonic Circular Aperture Technique to Measure Elastic Constants of Fiber Reinforced Composite -- Application of Heat Source Model and
Green’s Function Approach to NDE of Surface Defects -- Determination of Bonding Properties in Layered Metal Silicon Systems Using Sezawa Wave Modes -- Integral Approximation Method for Calculating Ultrasonic Beam Propagation in
Anisotropic Materials -- Elastic Stress Influence on the Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves Through Two-Layered Periodic Dielectric Structures -- Biomedical Applications -- A New System for Quantitative Ultrasonic Breast Imaging of
Acoustic and Elastic Parameters -- Determination and Evaluation of the Surface Region of Breast Tumors Using Ultrasonic Echohraphy -- Determination of Ultrasound Backscatter Level of Vascular Structures, with Application to Arterial
Plaque Classification -- Investigation of the Micro Bubble Size Distribution in the Extracorporeal Blood Circulation -- A Method for Detecting Echoes from Microbubble Contrast Agents Based on Time Variance -- Analysis of Intravascular
Ultrasound (IVUS) Echo Signals for Characterization of Vessel Wall Properties -- In Vivo Study of the Influence of Gravity on Cortical and Cancellous Bone Velocity -- Ultrasound Contrast Imaging of Prostate Tumors -- High Resolution
Estimation of Axial and Transversal Bloodflow with a 50 MHZ Pulsed Wave Doppler System for Dermatology -- Diffraction Tomography Breast Imaging System: Patient Image Reconstruction and Analysis -- Calibration of the Urturip Technique
-- Studies of Bone Biophysics Using Ultrasound Velocity -- Imaging of the Tissue Elasticity Based on Ultrasonic Displacement and Strain Measurements -- System Independent in Vivo Estimation of Acoustical Attenuation and Relative Back
Scattering Coefficient of Human Tissue -- Ultrasound Images of Small Tissue Structures Free of Speckle -- Optimization of Non-Uniform Arrays for Farfield Broadside Beamforming -- Hyperthermia Therapy Using Acoustic Phase -- Ultrasonic
Broadband Fiber Optic Source for Non Destructive Evaluation and Clinical Diagnosis -- A Study of Signal-To-Noise Ratio of the Fourier Method for Construction of High Frame Rate Images
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Keywords: Physics , Radiology , Acoustics , Biomedical engineering , Materials science , Physics , Acoustics , Signal, Image and Speech Processing , Ultrasound , Biomedical Engineering , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials
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Title:Sources and Scintillations Refraction and Scattering in Radio Astronomy IAU Colloquium 182
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (265 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-1001-6
Contents:One: Introduction to Interstellar Scintillation -- Radio Sources and scintillation -- The galactic distribution of electron density microstructure inferred from radio scattering observations -- Incompressible MHD turbulence -- Pulsar
scintillation: Overview and some recent results -- Two: Pulsars: Their Scattering And Intrinsic Properties -- The Parkes multibeam pulsar survey and interstellar scattering -- The study of scattering effects by VLBI observations of PSR
1329+54 with HALCA at 1650 MHZ -- Frequency structure of radio scintillations for several pulsars -- Optimizing pulsar searches against propagation effects -- Scattering of the low frequency pulsar radiation -- Scintillation
observations of strong northem pulsars -- Giant radio pulses from pulsars -- Studying pulsar emission regions using interstellar scattering -- Pulsar investigation using interstellar scintillation -- Propagation of electromagnetic
waves in pulsar magnetospheres -- Looking into pulsar magnetospheres -- Three: Intra-Day Variability, Gravitational Lensing and Polarization -- Radio intra-day variability: answers and questions -- Variability observations of a
complete sample of flat-spectrum radio soures: preliminary results -- YSOP observations of the BL Lac object 2007+777 -- Monitoring the microarcsecond quasar J1819+3845 -- Multi-frequency studies of intrinsic intraday variability --
Examples of extreme intraday variability -- Multifrequency polarization variations in 0917+624 -- Gravitational lensing -- ISS of polarized compact extragalactic radio sources -- Strong, variable circular polarization in PKS 1519-273
-- The microarcsecond quasar J1819+3845: polarization observations and detailed lightcurve analysis -- Magnetic fields in quasar 3C147 on milliarcsecond scales -- Four: Extreme Scattering Events, Distribution of Material and Ips --
Interpretation of extreme scattering events -- Extreme scattering events: an observational summary -- An ESE event for PSR 0329+54 -- Interstellar scintillation and clouds of the interstellar turbulent plasma -- Interstellar
scintillation studies of pulsars and distribution of scattering plasma in the local interstellar medium -- The radio luminosity ofpulsars and the distribution of interstellar electron density -- Magnetic fields in our galaxy: how much
do we know? -- Investigations of AGNS by the interplanetary scintillation method -- IPS observations art Miyun Station, BAO -- VLA observations of angular broadening close to the sun -- On post-SKA radio astronomy -- Australian
research effort for the SKA -- Active adaptive arrays: the astron approach to SKA -- The FAST/SKA site selection in Guizhou Province -- Five-hundred meter aperture spherical telescope project -- Analysis for reftector aluminum mesh
panels of five-hundred meter aperture spherical telescope -- Structural analysis of FAST reflector supporting system -- Modelling, simulation and testing of an optomechatronics design of a large radio telescope -- On the cable car feed
support configuration for FAST -- Trying to enlarge the sky coverage of the FAST -- Extending the observable zenith angle of FAST using an offset feed -- The control system of the active main reflector for FAST
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Title:Waves and Imaging through Complex Media
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (460 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0975-1
Contents:1 Wave Chaos and Multiple Scattering: a Story of Coherence -- 2 Towards Optical Biopsy: a Brief Introduction -- 1 Coherent Multiple Scattering in Disordered Media -- 2 Statistical Approach to Photon Localization -- 1 The Semiclassical
Approach for Chaotic Systems -- 2 Random Matrix Theory of Scattering in Chaotic and Disordered Media -- 3 Wave Chaos in Elastodynamics -- 4 Time-reversed Acoustics and Chaotic Scattering -- 1 Imaging Biological Tissue using
Photorefractive Holography and Fluorescence Lifetime -- 2 Simultaneous Optical Coherence and Two-photon Fluorescence Microscopy -- 3 Low Coherence Interferometric Technique -- 4 Laser Optical Feedback Tomography -- 5 Imagery of
Diffusing Media by Heterodyne Holography -- 6 Imaging through Diffusing Media by Image Parametric Amplification -- 1 Detection of Multiply Scattered Light in Optical Coherence Microscopy -- 2 Scattering by a Thin Slab: Comparison
between Radiative Transfer and Electromagnetic Simulation -- 3 Methods for the Inverse Problem in Optical Tomography -- 4 Inverse Problem for Stratified Scattering Media -- 5 Scattering on Multi-scale Rough Surfaces -- 1 Imaging of
Dynamic Heterogeneities in Multiple Light Scattering -- 2 Diffuse Laser Doppler Velocimetry from Multiple Scattering Media and Flowing Suspensions -- 3 High Resolution Acousto-optic Imaging -- 1 Correlation of Speckle in Random Media
-- 2 Dynamic Speckle Correlations -- 3 Spatio-temporal Speckle Correlations for Imaging in Turbid Media -- 4 Speckle Correlations and Coherent Backscattering in Nonlinear Random Media -- Author Index
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Title:Statistical and Dynamical Aspects of Mesoscopic Systems Proceedings of the XVI Sitges Conference on Statistical Mechanics Held at Sitges, Barcelona, Spain, 7–11 June 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (360 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-45557-4
Contents:Quantum Dots -- Thermopower in Quantum Dots -- Kondo Effect in Quantum Dots -- Interpolative Method for Transport Properties of Quantum Dots in the Kondo Regime -- A New Tool for Studying Phase Coherent Phenomena in Quantum Dots --
Quantum Chaos -- Quantum Chaos and Spectral Transitions in the Kicked Harper Model -- Quantum Chaos Effects in Mechanical Wave Systems -- Magnetoconductance in Chaotic Quantum Billiards -- Time-Dependent Phenomena -- Shot Noise Induced
Charge and Potential Fluctuations of Edge States in Proximity of a Gate -- Shot-Noise in Non-Degenerate Semiconductors with Energy-Dependent Elastic Scattering -- Transport and Noise of Entangled Electrons -- Shot Noise Suppression in
Metallic Quantum Point Contacts -- Driven Tunneling -- Driven Tunneling: Chaos and Decoherence -- A Fermi Pump -- Transport in Semiconductor Superlattices -- Transport in Semiconductor Superlattices: From Quantum Kinetics to
Terahertz-Photon Detectors -- Current Self-Oscillations and Chaos in Semiconductor Superlattices -- Spin Properties -- Spintronic Spin Accumulation and Thermodynamics -- Mesoscopic Spin Quantum Coherence -- Random Systems and
Localization -- Numerical-Scaling Study of the Statistics of Energy Levels at the Anderson Transition -- Multiple Light Scattering in Nematic Liquid Crystals -- Two Interacting articles in a Two-Dimensional Random Potential --
Mesoscopic Superconductors,Nanotubes and Atomic Chains -- Paramagnetic Meissner Effect in Mesoscopic Superconductors -- Novel 0D Devices: Carbon-Nanotube Quantum Dots -- Atomic-Size Conductors -- Contributions Presented as Posters --
Observation of Shell Structure in Sodium Nanowires -- Strong Charge Fluctuations in the Single-Electron Box: A Quantum Monte Carlo Analysis -- Double Quantum Dots as Detectors of High-Frequency Quantum Noise in Mesoscopic Conductors --
1 Large Wigner Molecules and Quantum Dots -- 1 Fundamental Problems for Universal Quantum Computers -- Kondo Photo-Assisted Transport in Quantum Dots -- Shot Noise and Coherent Multiple Charge Transfer in Superconducting Quantum
Point-Contacts -- Evidence for Ising Ferromagnetism and First-Order Phase Transitions in the Two-Dimensional Electron Gas -- Mechanical Properties of Metallic One-Atom Quantum Point Contacts -- Nanosized Superconducting Constrictions
in High Magnetic Fields -- Interaction-Induced Dephasing in Disordered Electron Systems -- Resonant Tunneling Through Three Quantum Dots with Interdot Repulsion -- Spin-Isospin Textures in Quantum Hall Bilayers at Filling Factor ? = 2
-- Hall Resistance of a Two-Dimensional Electron Gas in the Presence of Magnetic Clusters with Large Perpendicular Magnetization -- Superconductivity Under Magnetic Fields in Nanobridges of Lead -- Effect of the Measurement on the
Decay Rate of a Quantum System -- Statistics of Intensities in Surface Disordered Waveguides -- Optical Transmission Through Strong Scattering and Highly Polydisperse Media -- Interference in Random Lasers -- Electron Patterns Under
Bistable Electro-Optical Absorption in Quantum Well Structures -- Simulation of Mesoscopic Devices with Bohm Trajectories and Wavepackets -- Chaotic Motion of Space Charge Monopole Waves in Semiconductors Under Time-Independent Voltage
Bias -- Improving Electron Transport Simulation in Mesoscopic Systems by Coupling a Classical Monte Carlo Algorithm to a Wigner Function Solver -- Extended States in Correlated-Disorder GaAs/AlGaAs Superlattices -- Non-Linear Charge
Dynamics in Semiconductor Superlattices -- Time-Dependent Resonant Tunneling in the Presence of an Electromagnetic Field -- The Interplay of Chaos and Dissipation in a Driven Double-Well Potential -- Monte Carlo Simulation of Quantum
Transport in Semiconductors Using Wigner Paths -- Transient Currents Through Quantum Dots -- Ultrafast Coherent Spectroscopy of the Fermi Edge Singularity -- Self-Consistent Theory of Shot Noise Suppression in Ballistic Conductors --
Transfer Matrix Formulation of Field-Assisted Tunneling -- Two-Dimensional Gunn Effect -- An Explanation for Spikes in Current Oscillations of Doped Superlattices -- Beyond the Static Aproximation in a Mean Field Quantum Disordered
System -- Quantum-Classical Crossover of the Escape Rate in a Spin System
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Keywords: Physics , Solid state physics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Nanotechnology , Physics , Applied and Technical Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Solid State Physics , Nanotechnology
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Title:Topological Effects in Quantum Mechanics
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (339 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-4639-5
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Vector Potentials of Static Solenoids -- 21 Cylindrical Solenoids -- 2.2 Vector Potential of the Toroidal Solenoid -- 3 Electromagnetic Properties of Static Solenoids -- 3.1 Conditions for the Existence of Static
Magnetic Solenoids -- 3.2 Currents, Magnetic Dipoles and Monopoles -- 3.3 Electric Static Solenoids -- 3.4 On the Disappearance of the Magnetic Field Inside a Solenoid -- 3.5 Vector Potentials of Toroidal Solenoids with Different
Asymptotic Behaviour -- 3.6 Solenoids with Non-trivial Helicity -- 3.7 Electromagnetic Field of a Cylindrical Solenoid Moving Uniformly in a Medium -- 3.8 Generalised Helmholtz Coils and All That -- 4 Interaction of Magnetisations with
an External Electromagnetic Field and a Generalisation of AmpÈRe’s Hypothesis -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Magnetisation, Toroidalisation, and a Generalisation of Ampère’s Hypothesis -- 4.3 Interaction with an External Electromagnetic
Field -- 4.4 Magnetisations and the Debye Potential Representation -- 4.5 Physical Meaning of the ? Functions -- 4.6 Transition to Point-Like Sources -- 4.7 The Interaction of Charge Densities with an External Field -- 4.8 Motion of a
Toroidal Solenoid in an External Electromagnetic Field -- 4.9 On the Inversion of the Debye Parametrisation -- 4.10 Concluding Remarks -- 5 Electromagnetic Properties of Time-Dependent Solenoids -- 5.1 Cylindrical Solenoids -- 5.2
Toroidal Solenoids -- 5.3 Elementary Time-Dependent Toroidal Sources -- 5.4 Vector Solutions of the Laplace Equation -- 6 Radiationless Time-Dependent Charge-Current Sources -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 On Radiationless Topologically
Non-Trivial Sources of Electromagnetic Fields -- 6.3 On Current Configurations Generating a Static Electric Field -- 6.4 On Electric Vector Potentials -- 6.5 More General Radiationless Sources -- 6.6 Concluding Remarks Toroidal
Radiationless Sources -- 7 Selected Topological Effects of Quantum Mechanics -- 7.1 An Elementary Exposition of the Bohm–Aharonov Effect -- 7.2 Attempts at Proving the Non-Existence of the B–A Effect -- 7.3 Scattering of Charged
Particles on Two Infinite Cylindrical Solenoids -- 7.4 Scattering of Charged Particles by a Toroidal Solenoid -- 7.5 On the Super-Current Arising in a Superconducting Ring -- 7.6 The Time-Dependent Bohm–Aharonov Effect -- 7.7
Scattering of Charged Particles in an Ideal Multiply Connected Spacial Region -- 7.8 On the Alternative Interpretation of the Bohm–Aharonov Effect -- 7.9 The B–A Effect for Bound States -- 7.10 Quantum Impenetrability and Bohm–Aharonov
Scattering -- 7.11 The Aharonov-Casher Effect -- 8 Topological Effects for the Free Electromagnetic Field -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Relativistic Helicity and Its Physical Meaning -- 8.3 Gauge-Invariant Representation for the Energy of
a Weak Gravitational Field -- 8.4 Photon Densities -- 8.5 Numerical Results -- 8.6 On the Ehrenfest–Pauli Objections -- 8.7 On the Hegerfeldt Theorem and All That -- 8.8 Electromagnetic Waves versus Photons -- 8.9 Discussion -- 9
Topology of the Vavilov-Cherenkov Radiation Field -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Mathematical Preliminaries -- 9.3 Electromagnetic Field of a Uniformly Moving Charge on Finite and Infinite Intervals -- 9.4 Vavilov–Cherenkov Effect and
Accelerated Motion of a Charged Particle -- References
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Title:Wave Scattering from Rough Surfaces
Author(s): Alexander Voronovich
Date:1999
Edition:Second, updated Edition
Size:1 online resource (236 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59936-1
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Scattering Amplitude and Its Properties -- 2.1 Formulation of Problem and Some Auxiliary Relations -- 2.2 Scattering Amplitude -- 2.3 Reciprocity Theorem and Unitarity Condition -- 2.4 Scattering Amplitude for
Statistical Case -- 3. Helmholtz Formula and Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 3.1 Helmholtz Formula -- 3.2 Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 3.3 Analytical Properties of Surface Sources Density Function -- 3.4 Rayleigh Hypothesis and Lippman Argument:
Completeness of Set of the Plane Waves -- 4. Small Perturbation Method -- 4.1 Dirichlet Problem -- 4.2 Small Perturbation Method and the Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 4.3 Neumann Problem -- 4.4 Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves at a
Perfectly Conducting Boundary -- 4.5 Scattering of Sound Waves at the Interface Between Liquid Half-Spaces -- 4.6 Electromagnetic Wave Scattering at the Interface Between Two Dielectrics -- 5. Kirchhoff—Tangent Plane Approximation --
5.1 Tangent Plane Approximation -- 5.2 Kirchhoff Approximation -- 5.3 Corrections to the Kirchhoff Approximation: Deterministic Case -- 5.4 Corrections to the Kirchhoff Approximation: Statistical Case -- 5.5 Two-Scale Model -- 6.
“Nonclassical” Approaches to Wave Scattering at Rough Surfaces -- 6.1 Small Slope Approximation -- 6.2 Small Slope Approximation and Rayleigh Equation. Numerical Experiments -- 6.3 Phase Perturbation Technique -- 6.4 Phase Operator
Method for Dirichlet Problem -- 6.5 Meecham—Lysanov Approach -- 6.6 Relation Between Bahar’s Full Wave Approach and Small Slope Approximation -- 6.7 Operator Expansion Method -- 7. Waveguide with Statistically Rough Boundary in
Noncorrelated Successive Reflections Approximation -- 7.1 Directional Source in the Waveguide with Rough Boundary: General Solution -- 7.2 Average Field -- 7.3 Correlation Function of the Field -- 7.4 Radiative Transport Theory -- 7.5
Problem of Noise Surface Sources: Diffusion Approximation -- References
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Keywords: Materials science , Materials , Thin films , Materials Science , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9781461547914:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation Volume 18A–18B
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (2407 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4791-4
Contents:Minisymposium: Aspects of The Intelligent Synthesis Environment -- 1. Elastic Waves and Ultrasonic Techniques -- Section A. Scattering/Propagation -- Section B. Guided Waves and Applications -- Section C. Laser Ultrasonics and
Applications -- Section D. Acoustic Emission Applications -- 2. Electromagnetic, Thermal, and X-Ray Techniques -- Section A. John Moulder Memorial Session/Eddy Currents -- Section B. Eddy Current Modeling -- Section C. Microwave NDE --
Section D. Thermal Waves -- Section E. X-Rays -- 3. Simulations, Signal Processing, Tomography, and Holography -- Section A. NDE Simulations -- Section B. Signal Processing and Analysis -- Section C. Classification Techniques --
Section D. Inversion, Reconstruction, Imaging -- Section E. Tomography and Holography -- 4. UT Transducers and Fields, Sensors -- Section A. UT Transducers and Arrays -- Section B. UT Transducer Fields -- Section C. NDE Sensors --
Special Topic -- 5. Engineered Materials -- Section A. Composites -- Section B. Coatings, Interfaces, and Bonds -- Section C. Biomedical Applications -- 6. Materials Characterization -- Section A. Otto Buck MemoriallMaterials
Characterization -- Section B. Materials Properties -- Section C. Cracks and Corrosion -- Section D. Defects and Cumulative Dam -- Section E. Stress and Texture -- Section F. Construction Materials -- 7. New Techniques and Applications
-- Section A. Ultrasonic Techniques and Applications -- Section B. New Techniques, Applications, and Devices -- Section C. New Techniques for Infrastructure Applications -- 8. Process Control, Reliability, and Training -- Section A.
Process Control -- Section B. NDE Reliability Calibration -- Section C. Education and Training -- Attendees -- Contributors Index
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Keywords: Physics , Polymers , Chemical engineering , Mechanics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Physics , Mechanics , Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering , Polymer Sciences , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices
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Title:Electronic States and Optical Transitions in Semiconductor Heterostructures
Author(s): Fedor T Vasko
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (401 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0535-7
Contents:1 Electronic Structure of Abrupt Heterojunctions -- 1.1 Band Diagrams of Heterostructures -- 1.2 k · p Model for Heterojunctions -- 1.3 Shallow Electronic States at Heterojunctions -- 1.4 Field-Induced Interface States -- 1.5
Intervalley Mixing at Heterojunctions -- 1.6 Numerical Methods for the Description of Heterostructures 27 Bibliography Notes -- 2 Electrons in Low-Dimensional Structures -- 2.1 Formation of Confined Electronic States -- 2.2 Electronic
States in Quantum Wells, Wires, and Dots -- 2.3 Self-Consistent Electronic States in Quantum Wells -- 2.4 More Complex Quantum Wells -- 2.5 Mixing of Hole States in Heterostructures -- 2.6 Multiband k · p Approximation -- 2.7
Electronic States in the Presence of Strain -- Bibliography Notes -- 3 Tunneling in Heterostructures -- 3.1 Tunneling Transmission -- 3.2 Tunnel-Coupled Levels -- 3.3 Superlattices -- 3.4 Superlattices Formed by States of Different
Origin -- Bibliography Notes -- 4 Impurity States and Excitons in Heterostructures -- 4.1 Electron Localization on Imperfections -- 4.2 Impurity States in Quantum Wells -- 4.3 Quantum Well Excitons -- 4.4 Excitons in Other
Heterostructures -- Bibliography Notes -- 5 Interband Optical Transitions in Heterostructures -- 5.1 Absorption of Light by a 2D Layer -- 5.2 Polarization Dependence of the Interband Transitions -- 5.3 Interband Absorption Spectra in
Heterostructures -- 5.4 Excitonic Absorption -- 5.5 Electrooptics of Heterostructures -- 5.6 Modulation Spectroscopy of Heterostructures -- Bibliography Notes -- 6 Radiative Processes in Heterostructures -- 6.1 Theory of Luminescence
in 2D Systems -- 6.2 Spectral and Polarization Dependencies of Luminescence -- 6.3 Luminescence from Complex Heterostructures -- 6.4 Radiative Recombination -- Bibliography Notes -- 7 Scattering of Light on Low-Dimensional Electrons --
7.1 Scattering Cross-Section -- 7.2 Raman Spectroscopy of Intersubband Excitations -- 7.3 Scattering on Collective Electronic Excitations -- Bibliography Notes -- 8 Intersubband Optical Transitions -- 8.1 Resonant Transitions and
Excitation into the Continuum -- 8.2 Intersubband Transitions for In-Plane Electric Field -- 8.3 Depolarization Shift and Coulomb Renormalization -- 8.4 Submillimeter Intersubband Transitions -- 8.5 Radiative Intraband Transitions in
Heterostructures -- Bibliography Notes -- 9 Nonlinear Optics of Heterostructures -- 9.1 Nonlinear Response -- 9.2 Nonlinear Susceptibilities -- 9.3 Photoelectric Phenomena -- 9.4 Nonlinearities Induced by Electron-Hole Pairs --
Bibliography Notes -- 10 Ultrafast Processes in Heterostructures -- 10.1 Ultrafast Optical Excitation -- 10.2 Carrier Relaxation Processes -- 10.3 Coherent Optics of Heterostructures -- 10.4 Ultrafast Charge Dynamics in
Heterostructures -- Bibliography Notes -- 11 Heterostructure-Based Optoelectronic Devices -- 11.1 Heterostructure Lasers -- 11.2 Electrooptic Modulators -- 11.3 Photodetectors -- 11.4 Intersubband Optoelectronic Devices -- 11.5 Optical
Characterization of Heterostructures -- Bibliography Notes -- A k · p Method for Bulk Semiconductors -- A.I Nondegenerate Band -- A.2 Two-Band Model -- A.3 Luttinger Model -- A.4 Kane Model -- A.5 Effects of External Fields -- A.6
Effects of Deformation -- Bibliography Notes -- B Electromagnetic Waves in Layered Media -- B.I Modes in a Layered Medium -- B.2 Second Quantization of the Field -- Bibliography Notes -- C Kinetic Equations for Electrons and Photons --
C.I Kinetic Equations Approach -- C.2 Wigner Function for Photons -- C.3 Electron Response -- C.4 Conductivity and Generation Rate -- Bibliography Notes -- D Coulomb Effects in Heterostructures -- D.I Mean Field Treatment of Coulomb
Effects -- D.2 Matrix Elements for 3D, 2D, and ID States -- D.3 Intraband Density Matrix Equations -- D.4 Semiconductor Bloch Equations -- D.5 Beyond the Mean-Field Approximation -- Bibliography Notes -- References
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Title:Inverse Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering Theory
Author(s): David Colton
Date:1998
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (334 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-03537-5
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 The Helmholtz Equation -- 3 Direct Acoustic Obstacle Scattering -- 4 Ill-Posed Problems -- 5 Inverse Acoustic Obstacle Scattering -- 6 The Maxwell Equations -- 7 Inverse Electromagnetic Obstacle Scattering -- 8
Acoustic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium -- 9 Electromagnetic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium -- 10 The Inverse Medium Problem -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Integral equations , Partial differential equations , Numerical analysis , Acoustics , Nuclear physics , Physics , Particle and Nuclear Physics , Partial Differential Equations , Integral Equations , Numerical Analysis , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Acoustics
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Title:Nonlinear Optics Basic Concepts
Author(s): D. L Mills
Date:1998
Edition:Second, Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (263 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58937-9
Contents:1. Introductory Remarks -- Problems -- 2. Linear Dielectric Response of Matter -- 2.1 Frequency Dependence of the Dielectric Tensor -- 2.2 Wave Vector Dependence of the Dielectric Tensor -- 2.3 Electromagnetic Waves in Anisotropic
Dielectrics -- Problems -- 3. Nonlinear Dielectric Response of Matter -- 3.1 Frequency Variation of the Nonlinear Susceptibilities -- 3.2 Wave Vector Dependence of the Nonlinear Susceptibilities -- 3.3 Remarks on the Order of Magnitude
of the Nonlinear Susceptibilities -- Problems -- 4. Basic Principles of Nonlinear Wave Interactions: Second Harmonic Generation and Four Wave Mixing -- 4.1 Perturbation Theoretic Analysis of Second-Harmonic Generation -- 4.2 Methods of
Achieving the Phase Matching Condition -- 4.3 Evolution of the Second-Harmonic Wave under Phase Matched Conditions -- 4.4 Other Examples of Nonlinear Wave Interactions -- Problems -- 5. Inelastic Scattering of Light from Matter:
Stimulated Raman and Brillouin Scattering -- 5.1 Quantum Theory of Raman Scattering -- 5.2 Stimulated Raman Effect -- 5.3 Contribution to Four Wave Mixing from the Raman Nonlinearity -- 5.4 Brillouin Scattering of Light -- Problems --
6. Interaction of Atoms with Nearly Resonant Fields: Self-Induced Transparency -- 6.1 Description of the Wave Function under Near Resonant Conditions -- 6.2 Bloch Equations: Power Broadening and Saturation Effects in Absorption Spectra
-- 6.3 Self-Induced Transparency -- 6.4 Area Theorem -- 6.5 Sine-Gordon Equation -- Problems -- 7. Self-Interaction Effects in One-Dimensional Wave Propagation: Solitons in Optical Fibers and in Periodic Structures -- 7.1 Normal Modes
of Optical Fibers -- 7.2 Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation -- 7.3 Linear Theory of Pulse Propagation in a Dispersive Medium: Application to Optical Fibers -- 7.4 Solitons and the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation -- 7.5 Gap Solitons in
Nonlinear Periodic Structures -- Problems -- 8. Nonlinear Optical Interactions at Surfaces and Interfaces -- 8.1 Second-Harmonic Generation from Surfaces General Discussion -- 8.2 Nonlinear Optical Interactions at Surfaces and
Interfaces Examples -- 8.3 Resonant Enhancement of Electromagnetic Fields Near Surfaces and Interfaces and Their Role in Surface Nonlinear Optics -- 8.4 Experimental Studies of Surface Enhanced Nonlinear Optical Interactions --
Problems -- 9. Optical Interactions in Magnetic Materials -- 9.1 Introductory Remarks -- 9.2 Electromagnetic Wave Propagation in Ferromagnetic Materials Faraday Rotation and the Cotton-Mouton Effect -- 9.3 Second-Harmonic Generation
from Magnetic Materials Surface Effects -- 9.4 Dynamic Response of the Magnetization and the Origin of Nonlinear Magnetooptic Interactions -- 9.5 Nonlinear Interaction of Light with Spin Waves in Ferromagnets -- Problems -- 10. Chaos
-- 10.1 Duffing Oscillator: Transition to Chaos -- 10.2 Routes to Chaos -- 10.3 Experimental Observations of Chaos in Optical Systems -- Problems -- Appendix A: Structure of the Wave Vector and Frequency Dependent Dielectric Tensor --
Appendix B: Aspects of the Sine-Gordon Equation -- Appendix C: Structure of the Electromagnetic Green’s Functions -- References
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Title:Quantum Mechanics Special Chapters
Author(s): Walter Greiner
Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (378 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58847-1
Contents:1. Quantum Theory of Free Electromagnetic Fields -- 1.1 Maxwell’s Equations -- 1.2 Electromagnetic Plane Waves -- 1.3 Quantization of Free Electromagnetic Fields -- 1.4 Eigenstates of Electromagnetic Fields -- 1.5 Coherent States
(Glauber States) of Electromagnetic Fields -- 1.6 Biographical Notes -- 2. Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Matter -- 2.1 Emission of Radiation from an Excited Atom -- 2.2 Lifetime of an Excited State -- 2.3 Absorption of
Photons -- 2.4 Photon Scattering from Free Electrons -- 2.5 Calculation of the Total Photon Scattering Cross Section -- 2.6 Cherenkov Radiation of a Schrödinger Electron -- 2.7 Natural Linewidth and Self-energy -- 3. Noninteracting
Fields -- 3.1 Spin-Statistics Theorem -- 3.2 Relationship Between Second Quantization and Elementary Quantum Mechanics -- 4. Quantum Fields with Interaction -- 5. Infinities in Quantum Electrodynamics: Renormalization Problems -- 5.1
Attraction of Parallel, Conducting Plates Due to Field Quantum Fluctuations (Casimir Effect) -- 5.2 Renormalization of the Electron Mass -- 5.3 The Splitting of the Hydrogen States 2s1/2?2p3/2: The Lamb Shift -- 5.4 Is There an
Inconsistency in Bethe’s Approach? -- 6. Nonrelativistic Quantum Field Theory of Interacting Particles and Its Applications -- 6.1 Quantum Gases -- 6.2 Nearly Ideal, Degenerate Bose—Einstein Gases -- 7. Superfluidity -- 7.1 Basics of a
Microscopic Theory of Superfluidity -- 7.2 Landau’s Theory of Superfluidity -- 8. Pair Correlations Among Fermions and Bosons -- 8.1 Pair-Correlation Function for Fermions -- 8.2 Pair-Correlation Function for Bosons -- 8.3 The
Hanbury-Brown and Twiss Effect -- 8.4 Cooper Pairs -- 9. Quasiparticles in Plasmas and Metals: Selected Topics -- 9.1 Plasmons and Phonons -- 10. Basics of Quantum Statistics -- 10.1 Concept of Quantum Statistics and the Notion of
Entropy -- 10.2 Density Operator of a Many-Particle State -- 10.3 Dynamics of a Quantum-Statistical Ensemble -- 10.4 Ordered and Disordered Systems: The Density Operator and Entropy -- 10.5 Stationary Ensembles -- 11. Structure of
Atoms -- 11.1 Atoms with Two Electrons -- 11.2 The Hartree Method -- 11.3 Thomas—Fermi Method -- 11.4 The Hartree—Fock Method -- 11.5 On the Periodic System of the Elements -- 11.6 Splitting of Orbital Multiplets -- 11.7 Spin—Orbit
Interaction -- 11.8 Treatment of the Spin-Orbit Splitting in the Hartree—Fock Approach -- 11.9 The Zeeman Effect -- 11.10 Biographical Notes -- 12. Elementary Structure of Molecules -- 12.1 Born—Oppenheimer Approximation -- 12.2 The
H+2 Ion as an Example -- 12.3 The Hydrogen Molecule -- 12.4 Electron Pairing -- 12.5 Spatially Oriented Orbits -- 12.6 Hybridization -- 12.7 Hydrocarbons -- 12.8 Biographical Notes -- 13. Feynman’s Path Integral Formulation of
Schrödinger’s Wave Mechanics -- 13.1 Action Functional in Classical Mechanics and Schrödinger’s Wave Mechanics -- 13.2 Transition Amplitude as a Path Integral -- 13.3 Path Integral Representation of the Schrödinger Propagator -- 13.4
Alternative Derivation of the Schrödinger Equation -- 13.5 Biographical Notes
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Title:Wave Propagation in Complex Media
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Date:1998
Size:1 online resource (295 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1678-0
Contents:Fast algorithms for solving electromagnetic scattering problems -- 2d photonic crystals with cubic structure: asymptotic analysis -- On waves in random media in the diffusion-approximation regime -- Coherent effects in scattering from
bounded random systems with discrete spectrum -- The interaction of microwaves with sea ice -- Electron in two-dimensional system with point scatterers and magnetic field -- On the propagation properties of surface waves -- Green’s
function, lattice sums and Rayleigh’s identity for a dynamic scattering problem -- Study of seismogram envelopes based on the energy transport theory -- The panel clustering method in 3-d bem -- Propagation of electromagnetic waves in
two-dimensional disordered systems -- Reciprocity and coherent backscattering of light -- Spatio-temporal distribution of seismic power for a random absorptive slab in a half space
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Mathematics , Analysis
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Title:Inverse Problems of Wave Propagation and Diffraction Proceedings of the Conference Held in Aix-les-Bains, France, September 23–27, 1996
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (384 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0105755
Contents:Resolution and super-resolution in inverse diffraction -- Mathematical programming for positive solutions of ill-conditioned inverse problems -- Inverse scattering for N-body systems with time-dependent potentials -- Inverse
scattering approach for stratified chiral media -- Recovery of strongly scattering permittivity distributions from limited backscattered data using a nonlinear filtering technique -- Retrieval of object information from electron
diffraction as Ill-posed inverse problems -- A linear method for solving inverse scattering problems in the resonance region -- Numerical methods in inverse obstacle scattering -- An overview of nonlinear diffraction tomography within
the bayesian estimation framework -- Application of the approximate inverse to inverse scattering -- Reconstruction of an impenetrable obstacle immersed in a shallow water acoustic waveguide -- Location and reconstruction of objects
using a modified gradient approach -- Generalizations of Karp’s theorem to elastic scattering theory -- Inverse obstacle scattering problem based on resonant frequencies -- New developments in the application of inverse scattering to
target recognition and remote sensing -- Inverse 3D acoustic and electromagnetic obstacle scattering by iterative adaptation -- An algorithm for 3D ultrasound tomography -- Regularity of an inverse problem in wave propagation --
Developments in numerical methods for transient scattering problems -- A level-set approach for eddy current imaging of defects in a conductive half-space -- An inverse problem for the two-dimensional wave equation in a stratified
medium -- On the inverse seismic problem for horizontally layered media: Subsidiary study -- Scattering of guided waves in laterally varying layered media -- Born inversion in realistic backgrounds by means of recursive Green’s
functions -- Nonlinear inversion of seismic reflection data by simulated annealing -- Asymptotic theory for imaging the attenuation factors Q P and Q S -- An inverse time domain problem for a stratified, biperiodic and 2D medium using
an optimization method -- Shape reconstruction of a penetrable homogeneous 3D scattering body via the ICBA -- Program of the Conference of Aix-les-Bains (23–27 sept.1996)
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Keywords: Physics , Geophysics , Mechanics , Acoustics , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Mechanics , Acoustics , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Title:Radiation in Astrophysical Plasmas
Author(s): V. V Zheleznyakov
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (462 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0201-5
Contents:1 Introduction -- 1.1 Parameters of astrophysical plasmas -- 1.2 Electromagnetic radiation and its main characteristics -- 1.3 Radiation sources and radiation mechanisms. Definitions and general properties -- 2 Electromagnetic waves
in homogeneous plasma -- 2.1 Dielectric permittivity of plasma. Dispersion equations -- 2.2 Electromagnetic waves in homogeneous equilibrium plasma -- 3 Electromagnetic waves in inhomogeneous astrophysical plasma -- 3.1 Geometrical
optics approximation in an inhomogeneous medium -- 3.2 Linear mode coupling in magnetoactive plasma -- 4 Transfer of radiation in astrophysical plasmas -- 4.1Transfer of radiation intensity -- 4.2 Transfer of polarization -- 5 Emission
by astrophysical plasmas -- 5.1 Emission by a charged particle -- 5.2 Plasma emissivity -- 6 Absorption in thermal astrophysical plasmas -- 6.1 Absorption in isotropic plasma -- 6.2 Absorption in magnetoactive plasma -- 7 Reabsorption
and amplification of radiation in non-equilibrium plasma -- 7.1 Method of kinetic equation and method of Einstein coefficients -- 7.2 Cerenkov instability -- 7.3 Cyclotron instability -- 7.4 Synchrotron reabsorption and instability --
8 Scattering of radiation in plasma -- 8.1 Scattering of waves by particles in isotropic plasma -- 8.2 Transfer of radiation at cyclotron frequencies -- 8.3 Radiation pressure force in plasma -- 8.4 Raman scattering in plasma --
References -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Observations, Astronomical , Astronomy , Astrophysics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Astrophysics and Astroparticles , Astronomy, Observations and Techniques
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Title:Solid-State Physics An Introduction to Principles of Materials Science
Author(s): Harald Ibach
Date:1996
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (402 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-88199-2
Contents:1 Chemical Bonding in Solids -- 1.1 The Periodic Table of the Elements -- 1.2 Covalent Bonding -- 1.3 Ionic Bonding -- 1.4 Metallic Bonding -- 1.5 The Hydrogen Bond -- 1.6 The van der Waals Bond -- Problems -- 2 Crystal Structures --
2.1 The Crystal Lattice -- 2.2 Point Symmetry -- 2.3 The 32 Crystal Classes (Point Groups) -- 2.4 The Significance of Symmetry -- 2.5 Simple Crystal Structures -- Problems -- 3 Diffraction from Periodic Structures -- 3.1 General Theory
of Diffraction -- 3.2 Periodic Structures and the Reciprocal Lattice -- 3.3 The Scattering Conditions for Periodic Structures -- 3.4 The Bragg Interpretation of the Laue Condition -- 3.5 Brillouin Zones -- 3.6 The Structure Factor --
3.7 Methods of Structure Analysis -- Problems -- Panel I: Diffraction Experiments with Various Particles -- Panel II: X-Ray Interferometry and X-Ray Topography -- 4 Dynamics of Atoms in Crystals -- 4.1 The Potential -- 4.2 The Equation
of Motion -- 4.3 The Diatomic Linear Chain -- 4.4 Scattering from Time-Varying Structures -- 4.5 Phonon Spectroscopy -- Problems -- Panel III: Raman Spectroscopy -- 5 Thermal Properties of Crystal Lattices -- 5.1 The Density of States
-- 5.2 The Thermal Energy of a Harmonic Oscillator -- 5.3 The Specific Heat Capacity of the Lattice -- 5.4 Effects Due to Anharmonicity -- 5.5 Thermal Expansion -- 5.6 Heat Conduction by Phonons -- Problems -- Panel IV: Experiments at
Low Temperatures -- 6 “Free” Electrons in Solids -- 6.1 The Free Electron Gas in an Infinite Square-Well Potential -- 6.2 The Fermi Gas at T= OK -- 6.3 Fermi Statistics -- 6.4 The Specific Heat Capacity of Electrons in Metals -- 6.5
Electrostatic Screening in a Fermi Gas — The Mott Transition -- 6.6 Thermionic Emission of Electrons from Metals -- Problems -- 7 The Electronic Bandstructure of Solids -- 7.1 General Symmetry Properties -- 7.2 The Nearly-Free-Electron
Approximation -- 7.3 The Tight-Binding Approximation -- 7.4 Examples of Bandstructures -- 7.5 The Density of States -- Problems -- Panel V: Photoemission Spectroscopy -- 8 Magnetism -- 8.1 Diamagnetism and Paramagnetism -- 8.2 The
Exchange Interaction -- 8.3 Exchange Interaction Between Free Electrons -- 8.4 The Band Model of Ferromagnetism -- 8.5 The Temperature Behavior of a Ferromagnet in the Band Model -- 8.6 Ferromagnetic Coupling for Localized Electrons --
8.7 Antiferromagnetism -- 8.8 Spin Waves -- Problems -- Panel VI: Magnetostatic Spin Waves -- Panel VII: Surface Magnetism -- 9 Motion of Electrons and Transport Phenomena -- 9.1 Motion of Electrons in Bands and the Effective Mass --
9.2 Currents in Bands and Holes -- 9.3 Scattering of Electrons in Bands -- 9.4 The Boltzmann Equation and Relaxation Time -- 9.5 The Electrical Conductivity of Metals -- 9.6 Thermoelectric Effects -- 9.7 The Wiedemann-Franz Law --
Problems -- Panel VIII: Quantum Oscillations and the Topology of Fermi Surfaces -- 10 Superconductivity -- 10.1 Some Fundamental Phenomena Associated with Superconductivity -- 10.2 Phenomenological Description by Means of the London
Equations -- 10.3 Instability of the “Fermi Sea” and Cooper Pairs -- 10.4 The BCS Ground State -- 10.5 Consequences of the BCS Theory and Comparison with Experimental Results -- 10.6 Supercurrents and Critical Currents -- 10.7
Coherence of the BCS Ground State and the Meissner-Ochsenfeld Effect -- 10.8 Quantization of Magnetic Flux -- 10.9 Type II Superconductors -- 10.10 Novel “High Temperature” Superconductors -- Problems -- Panel IX: One-Electron
Tunneling in Superconductor Junctions -- Panel X: Cooper Pair Tunneling — The Josephson Effect -- 11 Dielectric Properties of Materials -- 11.1 The Dielectric Function -- 11.2 Absorption of Electromagnetic Radiation -- 11.3 The
Dielectric Function for a Harmonic Oscillator -- 11.4 Longitudinal and Transverse Normal Modes -- 11.5 Surface Waves on a Dielectric -- 11.6 Reflectivity of a Dielectric Half-Space -- 11.7 The Local Field -- 11.8 The Polarization
Catastrophe and Ferroelectrics -- 11.9 The Free Electron Gas -- 11.10 Interband Transitions -- 11.11 Excitons -- 11.12 Dielectric Energy Losses of Electrons -- Problems -- Panel XI: Spectroscopy with Photons and Electrons -- Panel XII:
Infrared Spectroscopy -- Panel XIII: The Frustrated Total Reflection Method -- 12 Semiconductors -- 12.1 Data for a Number of Important Semiconductors. -- 12.2 Charge Carrier Density in Intrinsic Semiconductors -- 12.3 Doping of
Semiconductors -- 12.4 Carrier Densities in Doped Semiconductors -- 12.5 Conductivity of Semiconductors -- 12.6 The p-n Junction -- 12.7 Semiconductor Heterostructures and Superlattices. -- Problems -- Panel XIV: The Hall Effect --
Panel XV: Cyclotron Resonance in Semiconductors -- Panel XVI: Shubnikov-de Haas Oscillations and the Quantum Hall Effect -- Panel XVII: Semiconductor Epitaxy -- References -- Periodic Table of the Elements (Inside front cover) -- Table
of Constants and Equivalent Values (Inside back cover)
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Title:Concepts in Surface Physics
Author(s): M.-C Desjonquères
Date:1996
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (607 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-61400-2
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Thermodynamical and Statistical Properties of Clean Surfaces -- 2.1 Thermodynamics of a Surface at Equilibrium -- 2.2 Equilibrium Shape of a Crystal -- 2.3 Facetting -- 2.4 The Roughening Transition -- Problems
-- 3. Atomic Structure of Surfaces -- 3.1 Surface Crystallography -- 3.2 Experimental Techniques -- Problems -- 4. Vibrations at Surfaces -- 4.1 Elastic Forces in Crystals -- 4.2 Bulk Modes -- 4.3 Surface Modes -- 4.4 Spectral
Densities of Modes -- 4.5 Vibrational Thermodynamical Functions -- 4.6 Mean Square Displacements -- Problems -- 5. Electronic Structure of Surfaces -- 5.1 Jellium Model -- 5.2 Nearly Free Electron Model-Surface States -- 5.3
Tight-Binding Approximation -- 5.4 Application of the Tight-Binding Approximation to Transition Metal Surfaces -- 5.5 Application of the Tight-Binding Approximation to Semiconductor Surfaces -- 5.6 Other Methods -- 5.7 Surface Plasmons
in Metals -- 5.8 Image Potential -- 5.9 Some Further Remarks on Exchange and Correlation Energies -- 5.10 Experimental Techniques for Investigating the Electronic Structure -- Problems -- 6. Adsorption Phenomena -- 6.1 Thermodynamical
Approach -- 6.2 Statistical Methods -- 6.3 Physisorption -- 6.4 Chemisorption -- 6.5 Interactions Between Adsorbates -- 6.6 Electronic Structure of Ordered Overlayers. An Example: O on Ni(100) -- Problems -- Appendices -- A. Theory of
Scattering by a Spherical Potential: Brief Summary -- A.1 Solution of the Schrödinger Equation for a Particle in a Spherical Potential -- A.2 Scattering of a Free Particle by a Spherical Potential -- A.3 Friedel’s Sum Rule -- B. The
Continued Fraction Technique -- B.1 Principle of the Recursion Method -- B.2 Principle of the Moment Method -- B.3 Practical Calculations -- C. Electromagnetic Waves in Matter -- C.1 Brief Summary of Maxwell Equations in Vacuum -- C.2
Maxwell Equations and Dielectric Properties in a Homogeneous and Isotropic Medium -- C.3 An Equivalent Description of the Dielectric Properties of a Homogeneous and Isotropic Medium: Longitudinal and Transverse Dielectric Functions --
D. Calculation of the Variation of the Total Energy Due to a Perturbing External Charge Distribution Within the Density Functional Formalism -- E. Useful Relations for the Study of Many Body Interactions -- E.1 Relation Between the
Expectation Value of the Interaction Energy and the Total Energy for a System of Interacting Particle -- E.2 Derivation of the Fredholm Formula -- F. Interaction of an Electron With an Electromagnetic Field and Theory of Angle-Resolved
Ultra-Violet Photoemission (UPS) -- F.1 The Optical Matrix Element -- F.2 Expression of the Photoemitted Current in UPS -- F.2.1 Some Useful Relations -- F.2.2 Calculation of the Photoemitted Current in UPS -- F.3 Conservation of the
Wave Vector in Photoemission -- G. Calculation of the Current in a Scanning Tunneling Microscope -- H. Calculation of the Atomic Dynamic Polarizability -- I. Variation of the Density of States Due to a Perturbing Potential -- J. Energy
of Chemisorption in the Anderson-Grimley-Newns Model Using Contour Integrals -- K. Elastic Constants and Elastic Waves in Cubic Crystals -- K.1 Elastic Strain -- K.2 Elastic Stress -- K.3 Elastic Constants -- K.4 Propagation of Elastic
Waves in Cubic Crystals -- K.5 Elastic Energy -- References
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Title:Relativistic Quantum Mechanics and Introduction to Field Theory
Author(s): Francisco J Ynduráin
Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (332 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-61057-8
Contents:1. Relativistic Transformations. The Lorentz Group -- 1.1 Rotations, and Space and Time Reversal for Particles with Spin -- 1.2 Galilean Transformations -- 1.3 Lorentz Transformations. Normal Parameters -- 1.4 Minkowski Space. The
Full Lorentz Group -- 1.5 The Lorentz Group -- 1.6 Geometry of Minkowski Space -- 1.7 Transformation Properties of Physical Quantities Under the Lorentz Group -- 1.8 Covariant Form of the Maxwell Equations -- 1.9 Minkowski Space:
Metric, Conventions -- 2. The Klein—Gordon Equation. Relativistic Equation for Spinless Particles -- 2.1 The Klein—Gordon Equation. Generalities -- 2.2 Wave Equation for Free Spinless Particles -- 2.3 Plane Waves. Current. Scalar
Product -- 2.4 Interaction with the Classical Electromagnetic Field. Gauge Invariance -- 2.5 Particle in a Coulomb Field -- 3. Spin 1/2 Particles -- 3.1 The Dirac Equation -- 3.2 Invariance Properties of the Dirac Equation -- 3.2.1
Rotations -- 3.2.2 Boosts -- 3.2.3 Parity -- 3.2.4 Time Reversal -- 3.3 Density of Particles. Current. Scalar Product -- 3.4 Minimal Replacement. Gauge Invariance. Large and Small Components: Nonrelativistic Limit of the Dirac
Equation... -- 3.5 Plane Waves. States with Weil-Defined Spin -- 3.6 Radial Form of the Dirac Equation. Free-Particle Solutions -- 3.6.1 Radial Form of H -- 3.6.2 Free Particles -- 3.7 The Problem of Negative Energies in the Dirac
Equation. The Dirac Sea. Hole Theory. Charge Conjugation -- 3.7.1 Negative Energies. The Dirac Sea. Holes -- 3.7.2 Charge Conjugation -- 3.8 Covariants and Projectors -- 3.8.1 Covariants -- 3.8.2 Projectors -- 3.9 Massless Spin 1/2
Particles -- 4. Dirac Particle in a Potential -- 4.1 Dirac Particle in a Spherical Well -- 4.2 Particle in a Coulomb Potential: Continuum States -- 4.3 Scattering States. Phase Shifts. Cross-sections. Wave Function at the Origin --
4.3.1 Scattering States. Phase Shifts -- 4.3.2 Cross-sections -- 4.3.3 Wave Function at the Origin -- 4.4 Bound States in a Coulomb Potential -- 4.5 Semirelativistic Approximation: the Foldy—Wouthuysen Transformation -- 4.5.1 General
Method -- 4.5.2 Electromagnetic Interactions -- 4.5.3 Free Particle -- 5. Massive Particles with Spin 1. Massless Spin 1 Particle: Photon Wave Functions. Particles with Higher Spins (3/2, 2,…) -- 5.1 Particle with Spin 1 and Mass m ? 0
-- 5.2 Particle with Spin 1 and Zero Mass: The Photon. Plane Waves. Photon Spin -- 5.2.1 Photon Wave Function. Gauge Fixing. Transformation Properties -- 5.2.2 Plane Waves. Helicity States -- 5.2.3 Field Variables as Wave Functions for
the Photon. The Schwinger Gauge -- 5.3 Angular Momentum Eigenstates for the Photon. Vector Spherical Harmonics. Multipoles -- 5.3.1 General Useful Formulas -- 5.3.2 Multipoles -- 5.3.3 Photon Wave Functions with Well-Defined Angular
Momentum -- 5.4 Particles with Higher Spins. Rarita—Schwinger and Bargmann—Wigner Equations. The Graviton -- 5.4.1 Rarita—Schwinger Equations -- 5.4.2 Bargmann—Wigner Equations -- 5.4.3 The Graviton -- 6. General Description of
Relativistic States -- 6.1 Preliminaries -- 6.2 Relativistic One-Particle States: General Description -- 6.3 Relativistic States of Massive (m?0) Particles -- 6.4 Massless Particles -- 6.5 Many-Particle States. Creation—Annihilation
Operators. Fock Space -- 6.6 Connection with the Wave Function Formalism -- 7. General Description of Relativistic Collisions: S Matrix, Cross-sections and Decay Rates. Partial Wave Analyses -- 7.1 Two-Particle States. Separation of
the Centre of Mass Motion. States with Weil-Defined Angular Momentum -- 7.2 Kinematics of Two-Particle Collisions -- 7.3 The S Matrix. Scattering Amplitude. Nonrelativistic Limit -- 7.4 Cross-sections and Decay Rates. The Optical
Theorem -- 7.5 Partial Wave Analysis and Phase Shifts. I. Spinless Elastic Scattering. Effective Range Expansion... -- 7.5.1 Partial Wave Analysis -- 7.5.2 Effective Range Formalism -- 7.6 Partial Wave Analysis. II. Several Two-Body
Channels -- 7.6.1 Multichannel Analysis -- 7.6.2 Effective Range Approximation -- 7.7 Partial Wave Analysis. III. Particles with Spin -- 7.7.1 Spin Analysis -- 7.7.2 Scattering of Spin 0 - Spin 1/2 Particles -- 7.8 Evaluation of the S
Matrix -- 7.8.1 The S Matrix and the Interaction Picture -- 7.8.2 The S Matrix in the Lippmann-Schwinger Formalism. -- 7.8.3 Scattering by Two Interactions -- 8. Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field. Interaction of Radiation with
Matter -- 8.1 Normal, or Wick, Products -- 8.2 Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field (Coulomb Gauge). The Casimir Effect -- 8.2.1 Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field -- 8.2.2 Multipole Expansion -- 8.2.3 The Casimir Effect --
8.3 Interaction of the Radiation with Slowly Moving Particles... -- 8.3.1 Radiative Decays, and Absorption of Radiation -- 8.3.2 Low-Energy Compton Scattering -- 8.4 Bremsstrahlung -- 8.5 The Classical Limit. Coherent States -- 8.6
Uncertainty Relations for Field Variables -- 9. Quantum Fields: Spin 0, 1/2, 1. Covariant Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field -- 9.1 Generalities -- 9.2 Localization of Particles in Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. -- 9.3
Retardation and Consistency -- 9.4 Quantization of Scalar Fields and of Massive Vector Fields... -- 9.4.1 Second Quantization for Spinless Particles -- 9.4.2 Massive Vector Particles -- 9.5 Quantization of the Dirac Field. Weyl and
Majorana Particles -- 9.6 Covariant Quantization of the Electromagnetic Field -- 9.6.1 The Gupta-Bleuler Space -- 9.6.2 Covariant Transformation -- 9.6.3 The Metric Operator Method -- 9.7 Time-Ordered Product. Propagators -- 9.8
Interactions in Quantum Field Theory. Lagrangian Formulation -- 9.8.1 Lagrangian Formalism for Fields -- 9.8.2 Interactions -- 9.9 Gauge Invariance in Quantum Electrodynamics -- 10. Interactions in Quantum Field Theory. Nonrelativistic
Limit. Reduction to Equivalent Potential -- 10.1 Potentials Equivalent to Field-Theoretic Interactions. General Method -- 10.2 Equivalent Potential for Two Particles in Electromagnetic Interaction -- 10.2.1 Elastic Collision of Two
Charged Particles in the Born Approximation -- 10.2.2 Nonrelativistic Limit -- 10.2.3 Relativistic Corrections. The Breit Term -- 10.3 Hydrogenlike Atoms: Hyperfine Structure. System with Two Electrons: the Helium Atom -- 10.3.1
Hydrogenlike Atoms -- 10.3.2 System With Two Electrons. The Helium Atom -- 10.4 Electron-Positron Collisions: Effective Potential. Positronium -- 10.4.1 Scattering Amplitude in the Born Approximation. -- 10.4.2 Annihilation Channel --
10.4.3 Positronium -- 10.5 Scalar and Pseudoscalar Interactions. The Yukawa Potential. -- 10.6 Weak Neutral Currents. Parity Violation in Atoms -- 11. Relativistic Collisions in Field Theory. Feynman Rules. Decays -- 11.1
Electron-Positron Annihilation into Two Photons, and Pair Creation by Two-Photon Collisions -- 11.1.1 e+e- Annihilation into 2? -- 11.1.2 Creation of an e+e- Pair by Two Photons -- 11.2 Feynman Rules. Gauge Invariance -- 11.2.1 Feynman
Rules for the Evaluation of Transition Amplitudes -- 11.2.2 Gauge Invariance -- 11.3 Polarized and Unpolarized Cross-sections. Sums Over Polarizations -- 11.4 Compton Scattering (Relativistic) -- 11.5 Decay of Bound States -- 11.5.1
General Theory -- 11.5.2 Decays of Positronium -- 11.5.3 Decay of Muonium into e+e-. Decays of Quarkonium -- 12. Relativistic Interactions with Classical Sources -- 12.1 Interaction with a Fixed (Classical) Potential -- 12.1.1
Scattering by an External Field -- 12.1.2 Bremsstrahlung -- 12.2 Photon Emission by a Classical Source. The Bloch-Nordsieck Theorem. Classical Limit -- 12.2.1 Classical Radiation -- 12.2.2 Photon Emission by a Classical Current --
12.2.3 Radiation of Coherent States -- 12.2.4 The Bloch—Nordsieck Theorem -- 12.3 Propagation of an Electron in a Classical Potential. The Proper-Time Method -- 12.3.1 Electron in a Coulomb Potential -- 12.3.2 The Proper-Time Method --
12.3.3 Dirac Particle in a Constant Field, or in a Plane Wave -- Appendices -- A.1 Spherical Harmonics, Clebsch—Gordan Coefficients, Matrix Representations of the Rotation Group -- A.1.1 Spherical Harmonics -- A.1.2 Some Specific
Values -- A.1.3 Multiplication Formulas -- A.1.4 Gegenbauer-like Formulas -- A.1.5 Spinor and Vector Spherical Harmonics -- A.1.6 Clebsch—Gordan Coefficients -- A.1.7 Rotation Matrices -- A.2 Special Functions -- A.2.1 Kummer, or
Confluent Hypergeometric Functions -- A.2.2 Bessel Functions -- A.2.3 Spherical Bessel Functions -- A.2.4 Bessel Functions of the Second Kind -- A.2.5 Laguerre Polynomials -- A.4 ? Matrices -- A.4.1 The Pauli Realization -- A.4.2 The
Weyl Realization -- A.4.3 The Majorana Realization -- A.6 Physical Quantities -- A.6.1 SI (Gauss) Units -- A.6.3 Other Relations -- References
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Title:Shock Waves @ Marseille II Physico-Chemical Processes and Nonequilibrium Flow
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (467 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-78832-1
Contents:- Volume II -- Survey Paper -- Volume II: Physico-Chemical Processes and Nonequilibrium Flows — An Introductory Survey -- Plenary Lectures -- The Role of Lasers in Shock Tube Studies of Chemical Kinetics -- Experimental Verification
of Real Gas Effects in High-Enthalpy Flows -- 1: Chemical Kinetics -- Vibrational Temperature Measurements in a Shock Layer Using Laser Induced Predis-sociation Fluorescence -- Semiconductor Laser Diagnostics of Kinetic and Population
Temperatures in High- Enthalpy Flows -- A Laser Photolysis Shock Tube Study of the Reaction of OH with NH3 -- Pressure Influence on the Rate of NF3 Decomposition Behind Shock Waves -- A Shock Tube Study of the Oxidation of Silicon
Atoms by NO and CO2 -- On the Formation of S(3P) and S(1D) During the Thermal Decomposition of COS Behind Shock Waves -- Experiments on Shock-Heated Ozone Dissociation in Oxygen/Air Using UV Laser Spectroscopy -- High-Temperature
Reactions of Ozone with Bromine Behind Shock Waves. Rate Constant for the Reaction BrO+BrO?2Br-+O2 -- High-Temperature Reaction of O(3P)+H2S -- Direct Measurement of the Reaction H+CO2 at Elevated Temperatures -- A Shock Tube Study of
Nitric Acid Decomposition -- The Reaction of CN with NO at High Temperatures in Shock Waves -- A Shock Tube Study of the Reaction CH+NO?Products Using a Perturbation Method 95 -- Kinetics of the Decay of CH3 Radicals in Shock Waves --
Thermal Reactions of Oxiran, Methyloxiran and Dimethyloxiran. Single-Pulse Shock Tube Investigation -- Reactions of C3H3CI with H2, C3H4, C2H2 and C2H4 Behind Reflected Shock Waves -- High-Temperature Unimolecular Decomposition of
Ethyl Chloroformate: Comparison of the Secondary Competing Steps with Ethyl Formate -- Single-Pulse Shock Tube Studies on the Reactions of Hydrogen Atoms with Acetone and Dimethylether -- Studies on the Reactions of Atomic Oxygen(3P)
with C2-C6 Alkanes at High Temperatures: Examination of the Transition State Theory -- Nonlinear Effects of Ultrasonic Cavitation in a Catalyst Production Process -- 2: Combustion Kinetics -- Combustion and Shock Waves in H2-O2-Steam
Systems -- Comparison Between the Ignition of H2-Air-CO2 and H2-Air-H2O Mixtures by a Hot Gas Jet -- Reduced Chemical Reaction Mechanism of Shock-Initiated Ignition of Methane and Ethane Mixtures with Oxygen -- Comparison of Shock-Tube
Ignition Characteristics of Various Fuel-Air Mixtures at High Pressures -- Investigation on Soot Formation of n-Heptane-Oxygen-Argon Mixtures in a High Pressure Shock Tube -- Shock-Tube Study of High-Temperature Oxidation of Phenyl
Radical -- Shock Tube Combustion of Liquid Hydrocarbon Sprays at High Temperatures -- Spray Combustion of Methanol in Reflected Shock Waves -- Numerical Simulation of Shock Waves Through Combustible Two-Phase Media -- Ignition
Delay-Times of n-Pentane in a Shock Tube -- A Shock Tube Study of the Reaction CH3+O2 -- Shock-Controlled Chemical Processing -- 3: Non-Equilibrium Flow -- Hypervelocity Carbon Dioxide Flow Simulation -- Experiments on Hypervelocity
Dissociating Flow over Spheres -- Raman Scattering Measurements of Vibrational Relaxation in Expanding Nitrogen -- Comparisons of CFD with CARS Measurements in Hypervelocity Nitrogen Flows -- Research on Nonequilibrium Phenomena at
NASA Ames’s E.A.S.T. Facility -- Numerical Simulation of Reacting Flows Related to the HEG -- Measurement of Heterogeneous Recombination Probabilities in Shock-Tube Simulation of Space Shuttle-Type Reentry -- Front Structures of Strong
Shock Waves in Air -- Non-Equilibrium Flow Behind Strong Shock Waves in Air -- Level Kinetics of the Dissociation and Vibrational Relaxation Behind Shock Waves -- Vibration-Dissociation Relaxation Phenomena in Shock-Heated Nitrogen --
Two-Temperature Chemical Kinetics. Dissociation of Diatomic Molecules Behind a Strong Shock Wave -- Experimental Investigation of Non-Equilibrium Temperatures in a Plane Shock Wave -- Nonequilibrium Flow Around an Injection Jet into a
Hypersonic Flow -- Propagation Behaviour of Strong Shock Waves with Chemical Reactions in a Shock Tunnel Nozzle -- Studies of Nonequilibrium Effects in Nozzle Flow Under High Reservoir Conditions -- Chemically Reacting Multi-Nozzle
Plume Flows -- Nonequilibrium Hypersonic Flow Around a Blunt Body -- A New Model for Rotation-Vibration-Dissociation Coupling in a Multi-Component Viscous Shock Layer -- Viscous Shock Layer Analysis Using a Three-Temperature Model --
Huygens Probe Radiative Environment -- DSMC Computation of Radiative Heat Flux During Huygens Entry into the Titan Atmosphere -- Radiation from Air Shock Layers with Chemical and Ionizing Reactions -- Weak Shock Waves Passing over a
Hemicylinder in Carbon Dioxide -- 4: Plasmas, Astrophysics -- Exact Hydrodynamic Equations and Transport Coefficients in Higher-Order Approximations for Partially-Ionized Gases -- Reaction Kinetics Accounting for Carbon Impurities in
Krypton Shock Waves -- Electron Driven Shock Waves: Antiforce Class II Waves -- Modelling of Shock Wave Propagation in a Developing Discharge in Nitrogen -- Shock Wave Structure in a High-Frequency Discharge Plasma -- Shock Waves and
Flows in UV Laser-Produced Plasmas -- Influence of Shock Waves on the Beam Quality of a High Pulse Repetition Frequency XeCl Laser -- Shock Wave Study in a VUV Formed-Ferrite Plasma Source -- Numerical Modelling of the Internal
Ballistics of Electrothermal-Chemical Guns -- Experimental Study of a Supersonic Low Pressure Nitrogen Plasma Jet -- Shock Tube Conjugated with Nanosecond Discharge Gap for Investigating Shock Wave Propagation in Plasma -- Intensive
Beam Source of Fast Neutral Atoms Generated by an Electromagnetic Shock Tube -- Interaction of Strong Discontinuities in Magnetized Conducting Media -- Oblique Interaction of Strong Solar Wind Discontinuities in the Vicinity of the
Terrestrial Magnetosphere -- Author Index -- - Volumes I, III, IV
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Title:Quantum Mechanics on the Macintosh ®
Author(s): Siegmund Brandt
Date:1995
Edition:Second Edition
Size:1 online resource (305 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2492-1
Contents:1 Introduction -- 1.1 Interquanta -- 1.2 The Structure of this Book -- 1.3 The Computer Laboratory -- 1.4 The Classroom Demonstrations -- 1.5 Literature -- 2 Free Particle Motion in One Dimension -- 2.1 Physical Concepts -- 2.2 A
First Session with the Computer -- 2.3 The Time Development of a Gaussian Wave Packet -- 2.4 The Spectral Function of a Gaussian Wave Packet -- 2.5 The Wave Packet as a Sum of Harmonic Waves -- 2.6 Exercises -- 3 Bound States in One
Dimension -- 3.1 Physical Concepts -- 3.2 Eigenstates in the Infinitely Deep Square-Well Potential and in the Harmonic-Oscillator Potential -- 3.3 Eigenstates in the Step Potential -- 3.4 Harmonic Particle Motion -- 3.5 Particle Motion
in the Infinitely Deep Square-Well Potential -- 3.6 Exercises -- 4 Scattering in One Dimension -- 4.1 Physical Concepts -- 4.2 Stationary Scattering States in the Step Potential -- 4.3 Scattering of a Harmonic Wave by the Step
Potential -- 4.4 Scattering of a Wave Packet by the Step Potential -- 4.5 Transmission and Reflection. The Argand Diagram -- 4.6 Exercises -- 4.7 Analogies in Optics -- 4.8 Reflection and Refraction of Stationary Electromagnetic Waves
-- 4.9 Reflection and Refraction of a Harmonic Light Wave -- 4.10 Scattering of a Wave Packet of Light -- 4.11 Transmission, Reflection and Argand Diagram for a Light Wave -- 4.12 Exercises -- 5 A Two-Particle System: Coupled Harmonic
Oscillators -- 5.1 Physical Concepts -- 5.2 Stationary States -- 5.3 Time Dependence of Global Quantities -- 5.4 Joint Probability Densities -- 5.5 Marginal Distributions -- 5.6 Exercises -- 6 Free Particle Motion in Three Dimensions
-- 6.1 Physical Concepts -- 6.2 The 3D Harmonic Plane Wave -- 6.3 The Plane Wave Decomposed into Spherical Waves -- 6.4 The 3D Gaussian Wave Packet -- 6.5 The Probability Ellipsoid -- 6.6 Angular-Momentum Decomposition of a Wave Packet
-- 6.7 Exercises -- 7 Bound States in Three Dimensions -- 7.1 Physical Concepts -- 7.2 Radial Wave Functions in Simple Potentials -- 7.3 Radial Wave Functions in the Step Potential -- 7.4 Probability Densities -- 7.5 Harmonic Particle
Motion -- 7.6 Exercises -- 8 Scattering in Three Dimensions -- 8.1 Physical Concepts -- 8.2 Radial Wave Functions -- 8.3 Stationary Wave Functions and Scattered Waves -- 8.4 Differential Cross Sections -- 8.5 Scattering Amplitude.
Phase Shift. Partial and Total Cross Sections -- 8.6 Exercises -- 9 Special Functions of Mathematical Physics -- 9.1 Basic Formulae -- 9.2 Hermite Polynomials -- 9.3 Eigenfunctions of the One-Dimensional Harmonic Oscillator -- 9.4
Legendre Polynomials and Associated Legendre Functions -- 9.5 Spherical Harmonics -- 9.6 Bessel Functions -- 9.7 Spherical Bessel Functions -- 9.8 Laguerre Polynomials -- 9.9 Radial Eigenfunctions of the Harmonic Oscillator -- 9.10
Radial Eigenfunctions of the Hydrogen Atom -- 9.11 Simple Functions of a Complex Variable -- 9.12 Exercises -- 10. Additional Material and Hints for the Solution of Exercises -- 10.1 Units and Orders of Magnitude -- 10.2 Argand
Diagrams and Unitarity for One-Dimensional Problems -- 10.3 Hints and Answers to the Exercises -- Appendix A. A Systematic Guide to IQ -- A.1 Dialog Between the User and IQ -- A.1.1 A Simple Example -- A.1.2 The General Form of
Commands -- A.1.3 The Descriptor File -- A.1.4 The Descriptor (Record) -- A.1.5 The PLOT Command -- A.1.6 The STOP Command -- A.1.7 HELP: The Commands HE and PH -- A.2 Coordinate Systems and Transformations -- A.2.1 The Different
Coordinate Systems -- A.2.2 Defining the Transformations -- A.3 The Different Types of Plot -- A.3.1 Choosing a Plot Type: The Command CH -- A.3.2 Cartesian 3D Plots (Type 0 Plots) -- A.3.3 Polar 3D Plots (Type 1 Plots) -- A.3.4 2D
Plots (Type 2 Plots) -- A.3.5 3D Column Plots (Type 3 Plots) -- A.3.6 Special 3D Plots (Type 10 Plots) -- A.4 The Background in the Plots -- A.4.1 Boxes and Coordinate Axes: The Command BO -- A.4.2 Scales -- A.4.3 Arrows -- A.4.4 Text
and Numbers -- A.4.5 Mathematical Symbols and Formulae -- A.5 Further Commands -- A.5.1 Line Styles -- A.5.2 Multiple Plots -- A.5.3 Combined Plots -- A.5.4 Using Different Plotting Devices -- A.5.5 The Different Running Modes -- A.5.6
Introducing Physical Variables: The Commands VO toV9 -- A.5.7 Reserved Commands -- Appendix B. How to Install IQ -- B.1 Hardware and Operating-System Requirements -- B.2 Diskette Format -- B.3 Installation on a Macintosh with Hard Disk
-- B.4 Installation on a Macintosh without Hard Disk -- B.5 Limited Memory -- B.6 Removing Output Files -- Appendix C. Lists of All Provided Files -- C.1 Program File -- C.2 Data File Specifying Graphics Devices -- C.3 File Containing
Fonts Used in Graphics -- C.4 Descriptor Files for Examples and Exercises -- C.5 Command Input Files and Associated Descriptor Files for Demonstrations -- C.6 Help Files -- Appendix D. Graphics Devices and Metafiles -- Index of IQ
Commands
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Title:Wave Scattering from Rough Surfaces
Author(s): Alexander G Voronovich
Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (229 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-97544-8
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Scattering Amplitude and Its Properties -- 2.1 Formulation of Problem and Some Auxiliary Relations -- 2.2 Scattering Amplitude -- 2.3 Reciprocity Theorem and Unitarity Condition -- 2.4 Scattering Amplitude for
Statistical Case -- 3. Helmholtz Formula and Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 3.1 Helmholtz Formula -- 3.2 Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 3.3 Analytical Properties of Surface Sources Density function -- 3.4 Rayleigh Hypothesis and Lippman Argument:
Completeness of Set of the Plane Waves -- 4. Small Perturbation Method -- 4.1 Dirichlet Problem -- 4.2 Small Perturbation Method and the Rayleigh Hypothesis -- 4.3 Neumann Problem -- 4.4 Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves at a
Perfectly Conducting Boundary -- 4.5 Scattering of Sound Waves at the Interface Between Liquid Half-Spaces -- 4.6 Electromagnetic Wave Scattering at the Interface Between Two Dielectrics -- 5. Kirchhoff`—Tangent Plane Approximation --
5.1 Tangent Plane Approximation -- 5.2 Kirchhoff Approximation -- 5.3 Corrections to the Kirchhoff Approximation: Deterministic Case -- 5.4 Corrections to the Kirchhoff Approximation: Statistical Case -- 5.5 Two-Scale Model -- 6.
“Nonclassical” Approaches to Wave Scattering at Rough Surfaces -- 6.1 Small Slope Approximation -- 6.2 Small Slope Approximation and Rayleigh Equation. Numerical Experiments -- 6.3 Phase Perturbation Technique -- 6.4 Phase Operator
Method for Dirichlet Problem -- 6.5 Meecham— Lysanov Approach -- 6.6 Relation Between Bahar’s Full-Wave Approach and Small Slope Approximation -- 7. Waveguide with Statistically Rough Boundary in Noncorrelated Successive Reflections
Approximation -- 7.1 Directional Source in the Waveguide with Rough Boundary: General Solution -- 7.2 Average Field -- 7.3 Correlation Function of the Field -- 7.4 Radiative Transport Theory -- 7.5 Problem of Noise Surface Sources:
Diffusion Approximation -- References
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Title:Radar Target Imaging
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Date:1994
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Contents:1 Introduction -- References -- 2 Radar Polarimetry: Applications to Radar Systems -- 2.1 Polarization Behavior of Different Radar Objects -- 2.2 Some Implementation Aspects -- 2.3 Optimum Radar Receivers for Target Detection in the
Clear -- 2.4 Evaluation of Polarimetric Doppler Resolution Through Cramèr-Rao Bounds -- 2.5 Adaptive Polarization Cancellation of Partially Polarized Disturbance -- 2.6 Conclusions and Perspectives -- References -- 3 Fine Resolution of
Radar Targets -- 3.1 Connection Between Creeping Waves and the Singularity Expansion Method -- 3.2 Surface Wave Resonances on Smooth Targets of General Shape -- 3.3 Application to Inverse Scattering -- 3.4 Conclusions -- References --
4 A Unified Theory of Multidimensional Electromagnetic Vector Inverse Scattering Within the Kirchhoff or Born Approximation -- 4.1 Integral Representations for Electromagnetic Scattering by Perfectly Conducting and Dielectric
Scatterers -- 4.2 Linearization in Terms of the Born or Kirchhoff Approximation for Plane Wave Incidence -- 4.3 Dyadic Backpropagation in Terms of the Generalized Vector Holographic Fields -- 4.4 Solution of the Linearized Electric
Vector Porter-Bojarski Equation in the Frequency Diversity Mode -- 4.5 Numerical Simulations -- 4.6 Conclusions -- 4.A Some Properties of Singular Functions -- 4.B Computation of the Generalized Vector Holographic Field in Terms of the
Scattering Amplitude -- References -- 5 The Measurement of Radar Cross Section -- 5.1 Measurement Theory -- 5.2 The OSU Measurement Range -- 5.3 Performance Analysis -- 5.4 Analysis of RCS Measurements -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Optics , Optoelectronics , Plasmons (Physics) , Electronics , Microelectronics , Physics , Optics, Optoelectronics, Plasmonics and Optical Devices , Electronics and Microelectronics, Instrumentation
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Title:Principles of Quantum Mechanics
Author(s): R Shankar
Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (676 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-0576-8
Contents:1. Mathematical Introduction -- 1.1. Linear Vector Spaces: Basics -- 1.2. Inner Product Spaces -- 1.3. Dual Spaces and the Dirac Notation -- 1.4. Subspaces -- 1.5. Linear Operators -- 1.6. Matrix Elements of Linear Operators -- 1.7.
Active and Passive Transformations -- 1.8. The Eigenvalue Problem -- 1.9. Functions of Operators and Related Concepts -- 1.10. Generalization to Infinite Dimensions -- 2. Review of Classical Mechanics -- 2.1. The Principle of Least
Action and Lagrangian Mechanics -- 2.2. The Electromagnetic Lagrangian -- 2.3. The Two-Body Problem -- 2.4. How Smart Is a Particle? -- 2.5. The Hamiltonian Formalism -- 2.6. The Electromagnetic Force in the Hamiltonian Scheme -- 2.7.
Cyclic Coordinates, Poisson Brackets, and Canonical Transformations -- 2.8. Symmetries and Their Consequences -- 3. All Is Not Well with Classical Mechanics -- 3.1. Particles and Waves in Classical Physics -- 3.2. An Experiment with
Waves and Particles (Classical) -- 3.3. The Double-Slit Experiment with Light -- 3.4. Matter Waves (de Broglie Waves) -- 3.5. Conclusions -- 4. The Postulates—a General Discussion -- 4.1. The Postulates -- 4.2. Discussion of Postulates
I -III -- 4.3. The Schrödinger Equation (Dotting Your i’s and Crossing your ?’s) -- 5. Simple Problems in One Dimension -- 5.1. The Free Particle -- 5.2. The Particle in a Box -- 5.3. The Continuity Equation for Probability -- 5.4. The
Single-Step Potential: a Problem in Scattering -- 5.5. The Double-Slit Experiment -- 5.6. Some Theorems -- 6. The Classical Limit -- 7. The Harmonic Oscillator -- 7.1. Why Study the Harmonic Oscillator? -- 7.2. Review of the Classical
Oscillator -- 7.3. Quantization of the Oscillator (Coordinate Basis) -- 7.4. The Oscillator in the Energy Basis -- 7.5. Passage from the Energy Basis to the X Basis -- 8. The Path Integral Formulation of Quantum Theory -- 8.1. The Path
Integral Recipe -- 8.2. Analysis of the Recipe -- 8.3. An Approximation to U(t) for the Free Particle -- 8.4. Path Integral Evaluation of the Free-Particle Propagator -- 8.5. Equivalence to the Schrödinger Equation -- 8.6. Potentials
of the Form V=a + bx + cx2 + d? + ex? -- 9. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Relations -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Derivation of the Uncertainty Relations -- 9.3. The Minimum Uncertainty Packet -- 9.4. Applications of the Uncertainty
Principle -- 9.5. The Energy-Time Uncertainty Relation -- 10. Systems with N Degrees of Freedom -- 10.1. N Particles in One Dimension -- 10.2. More Particles in More Dimensions -- 10.3. Identical Particles -- 11. Symmetries and Their
Consequences -- 11.1. Overview -- 11.2. Translational Invariance in Quantum Theory -- 11.3. Time Translational Invariance -- 11.4. Parity Invariance -- 11.5. Time-Reversal Symmetry -- 12. Rotational Invariance and Angular Momentum --
12.1. Translations in Two Dimensions -- 12.2. Rotations in Two Dimensions -- 12.3. The Eigenvalue Problem of Lz -- 12.4. Angular Momentum in Three Dimensions -- 12.5. The Eigenvalue Problem of L2 and Lz -- 12.6. Solution of
Rotationally Invariant Problems -- 13. The Hydrogen Atom -- 13.1. The Eigenvalue Problem -- 13.2. The Degeneracy of the Hydrogen Spectrum -- 13.3. Numerical Estimates and Comparison with Experiment -- 13.4. Multielectron Atoms and the
Periodic Table -- 14. Spin -- 14.1. Introduction -- 14.2. What is the Nature of Spin? -- 14.3. Kinematics of Spin -- 14.4. Spin Dynamics -- 14.5. Return of Orbital Degrees of Freedom -- 15. Addition of Angular Momenta -- 15.1. A Simple
Example -- 15.2. The General Problem -- 15.3. Irreducible Tensor Operators -- 15.4. Explanation of Some “Accidental” Degeneracies -- 16. Variational and WKB Methods -- 16.1. The Variational Method -- 16.2. The Wentzel-Kramers-Brillouin
Method -- 17. Time-Independent Perturbation Theory -- 17.1. The Formalism -- 17.2. Some Examples -- 17.3. Degenerate Perturbation Theory -- 18. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory -- 18.1. The Problem -- 18.2. First-Order Perturbation
Theory -- 18.3. Higher Orders in Perturbation Theory -- 18.4. A General Discussion of Electromagnetic Interactions -- 18.5. Interaction of Atoms with Electromagnetic Radiation -- 19. Scattering Theory -- 19.1. Introduction -- 19.2.
Recapitulation of One-Dimensional Scattering and Overview -- 19.3. The Born Approximation (Time-Dependent Description) -- 19.4. Born Again (The Time-Independent Approximation) -- 19.5. The Partial Wave Expansion -- 19.6. Two-Particle
Scattering -- 20. The Dirac Equation -- 20.1. The Free-Particle Dirac Equation -- 20.2. Electromagnetic Interaction of the Dirac Particle -- 20.3. More on Relativistic Quantum Mechanics -- 21. Path Integrals—II -- 21.1. Derivation of
the Path Integral -- 21.2. Imaginary Time Formalism -- 21.3. Spin and Fermion Path Integrals -- 21.4. Summary -- A.l. Matrix Inversion -- A.2. Gaussian Integrals -- A.3. Complex Numbers
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Title:Waves and Particles in Light and Matter
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (628 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2550-9
Contents:1. The Great Veil, Reality, and Louis de Broglie: Personal Memories 1 -- 2. The Fallacy of the Arguments against Local Realism in Quantum Phenomena -- 3. Restoring Locality with Faster-than-Light Velocities -- 4. The Wave-Particle
Duality and the Aharonov-Bohm Effect -- 5. De Broglie’s Wave in Space and Time -- 6. Interferometry with De Broglie Waves -- 7. Quantum Mechanics of Ultracold Neutrons -- 8. The Physical Interpretation of Special Relativity -- 9.
Quantum Neutron Optics -- 10. Some Comments on the De Broglie-Bohm Picture by an Admiring Spectator -- 11. The Relationship between the Dirac Velocity Operator and the de Broglie Postulate -- 12. Optics and Interferometry with Atoms --
13. Louis de Broglie’s Wave-Particle Dualism: Historical and Philosophical Remarks -- 14. Compatible Statistical Interpretation of Interference in Double-Slit Interferometer -- 15. Wave Function Structure and Transactional
Interpretation -- 16. Intersubjectivity, Relativistic Invariance, and Conditionals (Classical and Quantal) -- 17. Quantization as a Homogeneous Wave Effect -- 18. In Quest of de Broglie Waves -- 19. Why Local Realism? -- 20. Bohm’s
Interpretation of Quantum Field Theory -- 21. Proposal for an Experiment to Detect Macroscopic Quantum Coherence with a System of SQUIDS -- 22. On Longitudinal Free Spacetime Electric and Magnetic Fields in the Einstein-de Broglie
Theory of Light -- 23. Time-Delayed Interferometry with Nuclear Resonance -- 24. A Counterexample of Bohr’s Wave-Particle Complementarity -- 25. Classical Electromagnetic Theory of Diffraction and Interference: Edge, Single-Slit and
Double-Slit Solutions -- 26. A Quasi-Ergodic Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics -- 27. De Broglie Waves and Natural Units -- 28. A Classical Model for Wave-Particle Duality -- 29. Towards a Philosophy of Objects -- 30. The
Energy-Momentum Transport Wave Function -- 31. The Spacetime Structure of Quantum Objects -- 32. Høffding and Bohr: Waves or Particles -- 33. Photonic Tunneling Experiments: Superluminal Tunneling -- 34. Possible Tests of Nonlinear
Quantum Mechanics -- 35. Detection of Empty Waves Contradicts either Special Relativity or Quantum Mechanics -- 36. Interferometry with Very Cold Neutrons -- 37. Velocity-Symmetrizing Synchronization and Conventional Aspects of
Relativity -- 38. Trajectories of Particles Interacting with Environments -- 39. On the Wave System Theory of the EPR Experiment -- 40. CFD or not CFD? That is the Question -- 41. Quantum Particle as Seen in Light Scattering -- 42. e2
= ?h, the Only Physically Justified Formulation of Electron Charge, and the Resulting Electron Energy Paradigm -- 43. Spacetime Approach to Weinberg-Salam Model: Waves and Particles in Spacetime Structure -- 44. Computer Portrayals of
the Sine-Gordon Breather as a Model of the de Broglie Double Solution -- 45. Phenomenology of a Subquantum, Realistic, Relativistic Theory -- 46. p = h/?? W = hv? A Riddle Prior to any Attempt at Grand Unification -- 47. Informational
Experiments with Microparticles and Atoms -- 48. The Principles of Classical Mechanics and their Actuality in Contemporary Microphysics -- 49. Ascribed to and Described by: Which is More Important? -- 50. Quantization of Generalized
Lagrangians: A New Derivation of Dirac’s Equation -- 51. Quantum Transition and Temporal Description -- Author Index
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Title:Plasma Astrophysics Kinetic Processes in Solar and Stellar Coronae
Author(s): Arnold Benz
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (299 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2064-7
Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1. The Solar Corona -- 1.2. Dynamic Processes -- 1.3. Stellar Coronae -- 1.4. Fundamental Equations -- Further Reading and References -- 2. Basic Concepts -- 2.1. Single Particle Orbit -- 2.2. Particle Trapping in
Magnetic Fields -- 2.3. Generation of Beams -- 2.4. Debye Shielding -- 2.5. Charge Oscillations and the Plasma Frequency -- 2.6. Collisions -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 3. Magnetohydrodynamics -- 3.1. Basic
Statistics -- 3.2. MHD Waves -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 4. Waves in a Cold, Collisionless Plasma -- 4.1. Approximations and Assumptions -- 4.2. Cold Plasma Modes -- 4.3. Parallel Waves -- 4.4. Perpendicular
Propagation -- 4.5. Oblique Propagation and Overview -- 4.6. Beam Mode -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 5. Kinetic Plasma and Particle Beams -- 5.1. Radio Observations of Solar Electron Beams -- 5.2. Waves and
Instability in Kinetic Plasmas -- 5.3. Plasma Waves in the Solar Corona -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 6. Astrophysical Electron Beams -- 6.1. The Beam-Plasma System -- 6.2. Non-Linear Evolution and Saturation --
6.3. Plasma Emission -- 6.4. Hard X-Ray Emission of Beams -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 7. Ion Beams and Electromagnetic Instabilities -- 7.1. Observations of Energetic Ions -- 7.2. Electromagnetic Instabilities of
Velocity Space Anisotropy -- 7.3. Applications to Ion Beams -- 7.4. Electrostatic Ion Beam Instabilities -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 8. Electrons Trapped in Magnetic Fields -- 8.1. Observational Motivation -- 8.2.
Loss-Cone Instabilities -- 8.3. Precipitation by Trapped Electrons -- 8.4. Observations of Trapped Electrons -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 9. Electric Currents -- 9.1. Origin of Currents in Coronae -- 9.2. Classical
Conductivity and Particle Acceleration in Stable Currents -- 9.3. Instabilities of Electric Currents -- 9.4. Anomalous Conductivity, Heating, and Acceleration -- 9.5. Observing Currents -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References --
10. Collisionless Shock Waves -- 10.1. Elementary Concepts -- 10.2. Collisionless Shocks in the Solar System -- 10.3. Particle Acceleration and Heating -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- 11. Propagation of Radiation --
11.1. Transfer Equation -- 11.2. Collisional Absorption -- 11.3. Dispersion Effects -- 11.4. Scattering at Plasma Inhomogeneities -- 11.5. Propagation in a Fibrous Medium -- Exercises -- Further Reading and References -- Appendix A.
Mathematical Expressions -- Appendix B. Units -- Appendix C. Frequently Used Expressions -- Appendix D. Notation -- Author Index
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Title:Concepts in Surface Physics
Author(s): M.-C Desjonquères
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (565 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-97484-7
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Thermodynamical and Statistical Properties of Clean Surfaces -- 2.1 Thermodynamics of a Surface at Equilibrium -- 2.2 Equilibrium Shape of a Crystal -- 2.3 Facetting -- 2.4 The Roughening Transition -- 3. Atomic
Structure of Surfaces -- 3.1 Surface Crystallography -- 3.2 Experimental Techniques -- 4. Vibrations at Surfaces -- 4.1 Elastic Forces in Crystals -- 4.2 Bulk Modes -- 4.3 Surface Modes -- 4.4 Spectral Densities of Modes -- 4.5
Vibrational Thermodynamical Functions -- 4.6 Mean Square Displacements -- 5. Electronic Structure of Surfaces -- 5.1 Jellium Model -- 5.2 Nearly Free Electron Model-Surface States -- 5.3 Tight-Binding Approximation -- 5.4 Application
of the Tight-Binding Approximation to Transition Metal Surfaces -- 5.5 Application of the Tight-Binding Approximation to Semiconductor Surfaces -- 5.6 Other Methods -- 5.7 Surface Plasmons in Metals -- 5.8 Image Potential -- 5.9 Some
Further Remarks on Exchange and Correlation Energies -- 5.10 Experimental Techniques for Investigating the Electronic Structure -- 6. Adsorption Phenomena -- 6.1 Thermodynamical Approach -- 6.2 Statistical Methods -- 6.3 Physisorption
-- 6.4 Chemisorption -- 6.5 Interactions Between Adsorbates -- 6.6 Electronic Structure of Ordered Overlayers. An Example: O on Ni(100) -- Appendices -- A. Theory of Scattering by a Spherical Potential: Brief Summary -- A.l Solution of
the Schrödinger Equation for a Particle in a Spherical Potential -- A.2 Scattering of a Free Particle by a Spherical Potential -- A. 3 Friedel’s Sum Rule -- B. The Continued Fraction Technique -- B. l Principle of the Recursion Method
-- B.2 Principle of the Moment Method -- B. 3 Practical Calculations -- C. Electromagnetic Waves in Matter -- C. l Brief Summary of Maxwell Equations in Vacuum -- C.2 Maxwell Equations and Dielectric Properties in a Homogeneous and
Isotropic Medium -- C.3 An Equivalent Description of the Dielectric Properties of a Homogeneous and Isotropic Medium: Longitudinal and Transverse Dielectric Functions -- D. Calculation of the Variation of the Total Energy Due to a
Perturbing External Charge Distribution Within the Density Functional Formalism -- E. Useful Relations for the Study of Many Body Interactions -- E. 1 Relation Between the Expectation Value of the Interaction Energy and the Total
Energy for a System of Interacting Particles -- E. 2 Derivation of the Fredholm Formula -- F. Interaction of an Electron With an Electromagnetic Field and Theory of Angle-Resolved Ultra-Violet Photoemission (UPS) -- F. l The Optical
Matrix Element -- F.2 Expression of the Photoemitted Current in UPS -- F.2.1 Some Useful Relations -- F.2.2 Calculation of the Photoemitted Current in UPS -- F.3 Conservation of the Wave Vector in Photoemission -- G. Calculation of the
Current in a Scanning Tunneling Microscope -- H. Calculation of the Atomic Dynamic Polarizability -- I. Variation of the Density of States Due to a Perturbing Potential -- J. Energy of Chemisorption in the Anderson-Grimley-Newns Model
Using Contour Integrals -- K. Elastic Constants and Elastic Waves in Cubic Crystals -- K.1 Elastic Strain -- K.2 Elastic Stress -- K.3 Elastic Constants -- K.4 Propagation of Elastic Waves in Cubic Crystals -- References
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Title:Theoretical Physics A Classical Approach
Author(s): Josef Honerkamp
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (569 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77984-8
Contents:1. Introduction -- 2. Newtonian Mechanics -- 2.1 Space and Time in Classical Mechanics -- 2.2 Newton’s Laws -- 2.3 A Few Important Force Laws -- 2.4 The Energy of a Particle in a Force Field -- 2.5 Several Interacting Particles -- 2.6
Momentum and Momentum Conservation -- 2.7 Angular Momentum -- 2.8 The Two-Body Problem -- 2.9 The Kepler Problem -- 2.10 Scattering -- 2.11 The Scattering Cross-Section -- 2.12 The Virial Theorem -- 2.13 Mechanical Similarity -- 2.14
Some General Observations About the Many-Body Problem -- Problems -- 3. Lagrangian Methods in Classical Mechanics -- 3.1 A Sketch of the Problem and Its Solution in the Case of a Pendulum -- 3.2 The Lagrangian Method of the First Type
-- 3.3 The Lagrangian Method of the Second Type -- 3.4 The Conservation of Energy in Motions Which are Limited by Constraints -- 3.5 Non-holonomic Constraints -- 3.6 Invariants and Conservation Laws -- 3.7 The Hamiltonian -- 3.8 The
Hamiltonian Principle of Stationary Action -- Problems -- 4. Rigid Bodies -- 4.1 The Kinematics of the Rigid Body -- 4.2 The Inertia Tensor and the Kinetic Energy of a Rigid Body -- 4.3 The Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body, Euler’s
Equations -- 4.4 The Equations of Motion for the Eulerian Angles -- Problems -- 5. Motion in a Noninertial System of Reference -- 5.1 Fictitious Forces in Noninertial Systems -- 5.2 Foucault’s Pendulum -- 6. Linear Oscillations -- 6.1
Linear Approximations About a Point of Equilibrium -- 6.2 A Few General Remarks About Linear Differential Equations -- 6.3 Homogeneous Linear Systems with One Degree of Freedom and Constant Coefficients -- 6.4 Homogeneous Linear
Systems with n Degrees of Freedom and Constant Coefficients -- 6.5 The Response of Linear Systems to External Forces -- Problems -- 7. Classical Statistical Mechanics -- 7.1 Thermodynamic Systems and Distribution Functions -- 7.2
Entropy -- 7.3 Temperature, Pressure, and Chemical Potential -- 7.4 The Gibbs Equation and the Forms of Energy Exchange -- 7.5 The Canonical Ensemble and the Free Energy -- 7.6 Thermodynamic Potentials -- 7.7 Material Constants -- 7.8
Changes of State -- 7.9 The Transformation of Heat into Work, the Carnot Efficiency -- 7.10 The Laws of Thermodynamics -- 7.11 The Phenomenological Basis of Thermodynamics -- 7.12 Equilibrium and Stability Conditions -- Problems -- 8.
Applications of Thermodynamics -- 8.1 Phase Transformations and Phase Diagrams -- 8.2 The Latent Heat of Phase Transitions -- 8.3 Solutions -- 8.4 Henry’s Law, Osmosis -- 8.5 Phase Transitions in Solutions -- Problem -- 9. Elements of
Fluid Mechanics -- 9.1 A Few Introductory Remarks About Fluid Mechanics -- 9.2 The General Balance Equation -- 9.3 Particular Balance Equations -- 9.4 Entropy Production, Generalized Forces, and Fluids -- 9.5 The Differential Equations
of Fluid Mechanics -- 9.6 A Few Elementary Applications of the Navier-Stokes Equations -- Problem -- 10. The Most Important Linear Partial Differential Equations of Physics -- 10.1 General Considerations -- 10.2 Solutions of the Wave
Equation -- 10.3 Boundary Value Problems -- 10.4 The Helmholtz Equation in Spherical Coordinates, Spherical Harmonics, and Bessel Functions -- Problems -- 11. Electrostatics -- 11.1 The Basic Equations of Electrostatics and Their First
Consequences -- 11.2 Boundary Value Problems in Electrostatics, Green’s Functions -- 11.3 The Calculation of Green’s Functions, the Method of Images -- 11.4 The Calculation of Green’s Functions, Expansion in Spherical Harmonics -- 11.5
Localized Charge Distributions, the Multipole Expansion -- 11.6 Electrostatic Potential Energy -- Problems -- 12. Moving Charges, Magnetostatics -- 12.1 The Biot-Savart Law, the Fundamental Equations of Magnetostatics -- 12.2 Localized
Current Distributions -- 13. Time Dependent Electromagnetic Fields -- 13.1 Maxwell’s Equations -- 13.2 Potentials and Gauge Transformations -- 13.3 Electromagnetic Waves in a Vacuum, the Polarization of Transverse Waves -- 13.4
Electromagnetic Waves, the Influence of Sources -- 13.5 The Energy of the Electromagnetic Field -- 13.6 The Momentum of the Electromagnetic Field -- 14. Elements of the Electrodynamics of Continuous Media -- 14.1 The Macroscopic
Maxwell Equations -- 14.2 Electrostatic Fields in Continuous Media -- 14.3 Magnetostatic Fields in Continuous Media -- 14.4 Plane Waves in Matter, Wave Packets -- 14.5 Reflection and Refraction at Plane Boundary Surfaces -- Appendices
-- A. The ?-Function -- B. Conic Sections -- C. Tensors -- D. Fourier Series and Fourier Integrals -- D.1 Fourier Series -- D.2 Fourier Integrals and Fourier Transforms -- E. Distributions and Green’s Functions -- E.1 Distributions --
E.2 Green’s Functions -- F. Vector Analysis and Curvilinear Coordinates -- F.1 Vector Fields and Scalar Fields -- F.2 Line, Surface, and Volume Integrals -- F.3 Stokes’s Theorem -- F.4 Gauss’s Theorem -- F.5 Applications of the
Integral Theorems -- F.6 Curvilinear Coordinates -- Problems -- References
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Title:Nonlinear Processes in Physics Proceedings of the III Potsdam — V Kiev Workshop at Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA, August 1–11, 1991
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (343 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77769-1
Contents:I Nonlinear Equations -- Multisoliton-like Solutions of Wave Propagation in Periodic Nonlinear Structures -- Complex Deformation of Integrable Hamiltonians over Generalized Jacobi Varieties -- Collective Coordinates by a Variational
Approach: Problems for Sine Gordon and ?4 Models -- Spatiotemporal Chaos in the Nonlinear Three Wave Interaction -- On the Instability of the Static Soliton-like “Bubbles” -- Symplectic and Hamiltonian Structures of Nonlinear Evolution
Equations -- A Fuchs Extension to the Painlevé Test -- Modulation Equations for Nearly Integrable PDEs with Periodic Boundary Conditions -- Spectrum of Domain Wall Excitations in YIG -- Interaction of Defects in Nonlinear Dissipative
Fields -- On the Analytic Degenerate Dispersion Laws -- II Inverse Scattering Transforms -- Breaking Solitons. Systems of Hydrodynamic Type -- Real and Virtual Multidimensional Solitons -- Resolvent Approach for the Nonstationary
Schrödinger Equation with Line-Type Potential -- Lattice Construction of Quantum Integrable Systems -- Combining Dressing and Nonlocality -- Initial Boundary-Value Problems for Soliton Equations -- Non-Perturbative Two-Dimensional
Quantum Gravity and the Isomonodromy Method -- The Action of the Virasoro Nonisospectral KdV Symmetries of the Whitham Equations -- A Generalized Sato’s Equation of the KP Theory and Weyl Algebra -- Quasirelativistic Analogs of Lax
Equations -- n × n Zakharov-Shabat System of the Form (d?/dx)(z2 ? 1/z2)J? + (zQ + P + R/z)? -- Homoclinic Orbits and Bäcklund Transformations for the Doubly Periodic Davey-Stewartson Equation -- Volterra Operator Algebra for Zero
Curvature Representation Universality of KP -- Calculation of All Commutation Relations Among Scattering Data Without Using the R-Matrix Approach -- Fluctuating Solitons of the KdV Hierarchy -- The Periodic Fixed Points of Bäcklund
Transformations -- IST for KPI -- III Plasmas -- A Physical Model for Nonlinear, Supersonic Equatorial Bubbles -- Nonlinear Dynamics of Electron Cyclotron Heated Plasmas -- Nonlinear Evolution of Alfvén Waves in Space Plasmas -- Alfvén
Solitons and the DNLS Equation -- On the Analytical Theory for Self-Focusing of Radiation -- Ionospheric Langmuir Turbulence Driven by an Electromagnetic Pump Below the Upper-Hybrid Frequency -- Mode Conversions in Ionospheric
Modification Experiments -- On the Superstrong Wave Collapse -- A Moving Boundary Problem in Plasma Physics -- Proton-Whistler Interactions in the Radiation Belts -- IV Nonlinear Optics -- Optical Turbulence in Semiconductor Lasers --
Chaotic Dynamics Due to Competition Among Degenerate Modes in a Ring-Cavity Laser -- Quantum Self Phase Modulation in Optical Fibres -- Quantum Groups: Q-Boson Theories of Integrable Models and Applications in Non-Linear Optics --
Perturbation Method and Optical Solitons -- Birefringent Optical Fibers: Modulational Instability in a Near-Integrable System -- Rigorous Results in Quantum Theory of Stimulated Raman Scattering -- Bäcklund Transformations as Physical
Equations -- Level Splitting and Band Formation of Dark Soliton Eigenvalues -- Soliton Propagation in a Random Medium -- V Hydrodynamics and Turbulence -- Length Scales and the Navier-Stokes Equations -- Local and Nonlocal Transfer of
Motion Integrals in Wave Turbulence -- Weak and Strong Turbulence in the CGL Equation -- Numerical Test of a Weak Turbulence Approximation for an Electromagnetically Driven Langmuir Turbulence -- Drift Wave Vortices in Inhomogeneous
Plasmas -- Solitons on a Vortex Filament with Axial Flow -- Lagrangian Statistics of Turbulence -- Pattern Formation Via Resonant Interactions in Fluid Flows -- Length Scale of Vortices and Mode Competition in Quasi 2D Shear Flows --
Dynamics of Vortex-Current Filaments in MHD Plasma -- Success of Arnol’d’s Method in a Hierarchy of Ocean Models -- Wavelets and Two Dimensional Turbulence -- VI Inverse Scattering Problems -- Spectral Theory of Linear ?-Matrices and
the Solution of Certain Nonlinear Algebraic and Functional Equations -- Nonlinear Acoustic Tomography -- Spectral Transform for Nonlinear Evolution Equations with N Space Dimensions -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Ultra-Wideband, Short-Pulse Electromagnetics
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (542 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-2870-8
Contents:Scanning the Conference -- Pulse Generation and Detection -- An Ultra-Wideband Optoelectronic THz Beam System -- Terahertz Radiation from Electro-Optic Crystals -- Photoconductive Semiconductor Switches for High Power Radiation --
Transient Scattering Measurements Using Photoconductively Switched Planar Antennas -- Photoconductive Switching-Revisited -- Broadband Electronic Systems and Components -- All-Electronic Subpicosecond Pulses for a 3 Terahertz
Free-Space Signal Generation Detection System -- Pulse Generation and Compression On a Travelling-Wave MMIC Schottky Diode Array -- Ultra-Wideband Impulse Electromagnetic Scattering Laboratory -- Scattering, Resonance, Creeping Wave,
Travelling Wave and All That: UWB Measurements of Various Targets -- An Overview of Sandia National Laboratories’ Plasma Switched, Gigawatt, Ultra-Wideband Impulse Transmitter Program -- Precursor of an Ultra-Wideband Radar System --
Multi-GHz Bandpass, High-Repetition Rate Single Channel Mobile Diagnostic System for Ultra-Wideband Applications -- An Impulse Radio Communications System -- Ultrawideband Clustered-Cavity™ Klystron -- Generation of a Frequency Chirped
Pulse Using Phase Velocity Transitions in a Rapidly Created Plasma -- Antennas and Arrays -- Impulse Radiating Antennas -- Accurate Modeling of Antennas for Radiating Short Pulses, FDTD Analysis and Experimental Measurements --
Wide-Bandwidth Radiation from Arrays of Endfire Tapered Slot Antennas -- The Far Field Synchronization of UWB Sources by Closed Loop Techniques -- Polarization Diverse Ultra-Wideband Antenna Technology -- Wideband Circularly Polarized
Aperture-Coupled Microstrip Antennas -- Low Cross-Polar, Short-Pulse Radiation Characteristics of Printed Antennas Covered by a Polarization Grating -- Reflector Antennas for Ultrawideband Usage -- Transient Lenses for Transmission
Systems and Antennas -- Pulse Propagation and Guidance -- Asymptotic Description of Electromagnetic Pulse Propagation in a Linear Dispersive Medium -- Wavepacket Solutions of the Time-Dependent Wave Equation in Homogeneous and in
Inhomogeneous Media -- Ultra-Wide Bandwidth, Multi-Derivative Electromagnetic Systems -- Ultrashort Pulse Response in Nonlinear Dispersive Media -- Modulation and Noise in Soliton Pulse Trains -- Deeper-Penetrating Waves in Lossy Media
-- On-Axis Fields from a Circular Uniform Surface Current -- Time Domain Characterization of Active Microwave Circuits — The FDTD Diakoptics Method -- Wide-Band Reduction of Coupling and Pulse Distortion in Multi-Conductor Integrated
Circuit Lines -- Preservation of the Shape of Ultra-Wide Band Pulses in MMIC Transmission lines by Using Frequency Dependent Substrates -- Modeling of Skin Effect in TLM -- On the Pulse Radiation from a Loaded Microstrip Line Using a
Space-Time Dyadic Green’s Function Approach -- Scattering Theory and Computation -- Phase Space Issues in Ultrawideband/Short Pulse Wave Modeling -- Progress in TLM Modeling of Time Discrete Fields at Conductor Strips, Edges and
Corners -- Continuous-Time Discretized-Space Approach to Modeling Short-Pulse Propagation and Scattering -- Phase Error Control for FD-TD Methods -- Signal-Processing Approach to Robust Time-Domain Modeling of Electromagnetic Fields --
Phase Space Analysis and Localization of Scattering By a Planar, Infinite, Weakly-Resonant Array Illuminated By a Very Short Plane Pulse -- On the Sharpest Possible Pulse That a Finite Radiator Can Generate -- Scattering Upon a Mixed
Dielectric-Conductor Body: A Time — Domain Approach -- Scattering of Iso-Diffractive Pulsed Beams from Randomly Irregular Surfaces -- An Analytic Continuation Method for the Ultra Broadband Determination of the Electromagnetic
Properties of Materials -- Diffraction at a Cone with Arbitrary Cross-Section -- Signal Processing Techniques -- Time-Frequency-Distribution Analysis of Frequency Dispersive Targets -- Scattering of Short EM-Pulses by Simple and
Complex Targets Using Impulse Radar -- Analysis of Time Domain Ultra Wideband Radar Signals -- Ultra-Wideband Electromagnetic Target Identification -- Radar Target Identification and Detection Using Short EM Pulses and the E-Pulse
Technique -- Stable Pole Extraction from Scattering Data -- On Using Scattering Statistics for Ultra Wideband Electromagnetic Target Classification and Identification -- Evaluation of a Causal Time Domain Response from Bandlimited
Frequency Domain Data -- Polarization Processing for Ultra Wideband Target Detection -- A Tomography-Based Approach for Imaging Radar Backscatter in Range Delay and Doppler -- A Simple Method for Over-Resolved Moving Target Detection
in Clutter
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Keywords: Physics , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Complexity, Computational , Electrical engineering , Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Electrical Engineering , Complexity
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Call number:SPRINGER-1993-9781461393382:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Theory of Magnetostatic Waves
Author(s): Daniel D Stancil
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (214 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-9338-2
Contents:1. Introduction to Magnetism -- 1.1. Magnetic Properties of Materials -- 1.2. Spinning Top -- 1.3. Magnetism -- 1.4. Magnetic Moments of Atoms and Ions -- 1.5. Elements Important to Magnetism -- Problems -- 2. Magnetic
Susceptibilities -- 2.1. Diamagnetism -- 2.2. Paramagnetism -- 2.3. Weiss Theory of Ferromagnetism -- 2.4. Néel Theory of Ferrimagnetism -- 2.5. Exchange Interaction -- 2.6. Magnetocrystalline Anisotropy -- 2.7. Polder Susceptibility
Tensor -- 2.8. Magnetic Damping -- Problems -- 3. Electromagnetic Waves in Anisotropic Dispersive Media -- 3.1. Maxwell’s Equations -- 3.2. Constitutive Relations -- 3.3. Instantaneous Poynting Theorem -- 3.4. Complex Poynting Theorem
-- 3.5. Energy Densities in Lossless Dispersive Media -- 3.6. Wave Equations -- 3.7. Polarization of the Electromagnetic Fields -- 3.8. Group and Energy Velocities -- 3.9. Plane Waves in a Magnetized Ferrite -- 3.10. The Magnetostatic
Approximation -- Problems -- 4. Magnetostatic Modes -- 4.1. Walker’s Equation -- 4.2. Spin Waves -- 4.3. Uniform Precession Modes -- 4.4. Normally Magnetized Film: Forward Volume Waves -- 4.5. Tangentially Magnetized Film: Backward
Volume Waves -- 4.6. Tangentially Magnetized Film: Surface Waves -- Problems -- 5. Propagation Characteristics and Excitation of Magnetostatic Waves -- 5.1. Energy Velocities for Magnetostatic Waves -- 5.2. Propagation Loss -- 5.3.
Mode Orthogonality and Normalization -- 5.4. Excitation of Magnetostatic Waves -- Problems -- 6. Variational Formulation for Magnetostatic Modes -- 6.1. General Problem Statement -- 6.2. Calculus of Variations -- 6.3. Small-Signal
Functional for Ferrites -- 6.4. Interpretation of the Functional -- 6.5. Stationary Formulas -- 6.6. Stationary Formula Examples with Forward Volume Waves -- Problems -- 7. Optical-Magnetostatic Wave Interactions -- 7.1. Symmetric
Dielectric Waveguides -- 7.2. Magneto-Optical Interactions -- 7.3. Coupled-Mode Theory -- 7.4. Scattering of Optical Guided Modes by Magnetostatic Waves -- 7.5. Anisotropic Bragg Diffraction -- Problems -- Appendix: Properties of
Yttrium Iron Garnet
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Keywords: Physics , Mechanics , Condensed matter , Physics , Mechanics , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:An Introduction to Electromagnetic Inverse Scattering
Author(s): K. I Hopcraft
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (230 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-015-8014-4
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Mathematics of E.M. Waves -- 3 Linearized Inverse Solutions -- 4 Higher Order Integral Solutions -- 5 Higher Order Differential Solutions -- 6 Exact Solutions -- 7 Inverse Scattering In Practice
ISBN:9789401580144
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Series:Developments in Electromagnetic Theory and Applications : 7
Keywords: Physics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Analysis
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Title:Microwave NDT
Author(s): N Ida
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (395 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-2739-4
Contents:1. The Microwave Domain -- 2. Historical -- 3. Advantages and Disadvantages of Microwaves for Testing -- 4. Energy Associated with Microwaves -- 5. Properties of Fields at High Frequencies -- 6. A Note on References and Bibliography
-- 7. References -- I. Electromagnetic Field Theory -- 1. The Electromagnetic Field Equations and Theoretical Aspects -- 2. Transmission Lines, Waveguides, and Resonant Cavities -- 3. Reflection, Transmission, and Scattering of Waves
-- II. Microwave Techniques and Devices -- 4. Microwave Measurement Techniques -- 5. Microwave Sources, Sensors, and Devices -- III. Testing -- 6. Dimensional Testing -- 7. Testing for Discontinuities -- 8. Testing by Monitoring
Material Properties -- IV. Modeling of the Testing Environment -- 9. Methods of Modeling -- 10. Modeling of the Time-Dependent Wave Equation -- 11. Modeling of the Time-Harmonic Wave Equation -- V. Miscellaneous Topics -- 12.
Miscellaneous Topics -- Appendix A. Vector Relations -- A.1. The Gradient, Divergence, and Curl -- A.1.1. The ? Operator -- A.1.2. The Gradient -- A.1.3. The Divergence -- A.1.4. The Curl -- A.2. Vector Theorems -- A.2.1. The
Divergence Theorem -- A.2.2. Stokes’ Theorem -- A.2.3. Helmholtz’s Theorem -- A.3. Vector Identities -- A.4. The Laplacian -- A.5. Expressions in Cartesian, Cylindrical and Spherical Coordinates
ISBN:9789401127394
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Series:Developments in Electromagnetic Theory and Applications : 10
Keywords: Engineering , Microwaves , Optical engineering , Materials science , Engineering , Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Engineering, general
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Title:Inverse Acoustic and Electromagnetic Scattering Theory
Author(s): David Colton
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (307 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-02835-3
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 The Helmholtz Equation -- 3 Direct Acoustic Obstacle Scattering -- 4 Ill-Posed Problems -- 5 Inverse Acoustic Obstacle Scattering -- 6 The Maxwell Equations -- 7 Inverse Electromagnetic Obstacle Scattering -- 8
Acoustic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium -- 9 Electromagnetic Waves in an Inhomogeneous Medium -- 10 The Inverse Medium Problem -- References
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Series:Applied Mathematical Sciences: 93
Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Numerical analysis , Mathematics , Analysis , Numerical Analysis
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