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The problem of transient scattering caused by abrupt extinction of a terminative conducting screen in a waveguide is considered. First, a boundary-value problem is formulated to describe the transient phenomena, the problem in which the boundary condition depends on time. Then, application of the Fourier transformation with respect to time derives a Wiener-Hopf-type equation, which is solved by a commonly known decomposition procedure. The transient fields are obtained through the deformation of the integration path for the inverse transformation and the results are represented in terms of the incomplete Lipschitz-Hankel integrals. Numerical examples showing typical transient phenomena are attached.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics Vol.E82-C No.8 pp.1584-1591

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- 1999/08/25

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- Electromagnetic Theory

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Michinari SHIMODA, Ryuichi IWAKI, Masazumi MIYOSHI, Oleg A. TRETYAKOV, "Transient Phenomena of Electromagnetic Waves by the Abrupt Extinction of Interior Terminative Conducting Screen in Waveguide" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics,
vol. E82-C, no. 8, pp. 1584-1591, August 1999, doi: .

Abstract: The problem of transient scattering caused by abrupt extinction of a terminative conducting screen in a waveguide is considered. First, a boundary-value problem is formulated to describe the transient phenomena, the problem in which the boundary condition depends on time. Then, application of the Fourier transformation with respect to time derives a Wiener-Hopf-type equation, which is solved by a commonly known decomposition procedure. The transient fields are obtained through the deformation of the integration path for the inverse transformation and the results are represented in terms of the incomplete Lipschitz-Hankel integrals. Numerical examples showing typical transient phenomena are attached.

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