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Title: Electromagnetic scattering by an inhomogeneous plasma anisotropic sphere of multilayers
Authors: Geng, Y.-L.
Wu, X.-B.
Li, L.-W. 
Guan, B.-R.
Keywords: Anisotropic media
Plasma materiais
Wave functions
Issue Date: Dec-2005
Citation: Geng, Y.-L., Wu, X.-B., Li, L.-W., Guan, B.-R. (2005-12). Electromagnetic scattering by an inhomogeneous plasma anisotropic sphere of multilayers. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 53 (12) : 3982-3989. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Electromagnetic scattering by an inhomogeneous plasma anisotropic sphere is formulated and obtained, where the inhomogeneous plasma anisotropic sphere is divided into (s - 1) homogeneous anisotropic spherical layers. The electromagnetic fields in the inner spherical multilayers and outer free space of the inhomogeneous plasma anisotropic spherical structure can be expanded in terms of the spherical vector wave functions in plasma anisotropic medium and in isotropic medium, respectively. By applying the continuous boundary conditions of electromagnetic fields on the spherical interfaces of the (s - 1)-layered homogeneous anisotropic plasma medium, the unknown expansion coefficients of fields in the multilayered plasma spherical structure are obtained, and then the electromagnetic field distributions are calculated. Numerical results for the very general inhomogeneous plasma dielectric material sphere are given and the data in a special case are obtained using the present method and the method of moments accelerated with the conjugate-gradient fast-Fourier-transform approach and compared to each other to verify the correctness and applicability of the present analysis. © 2005 IEEE.
Source Title: IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
ISSN: 0018926X
DOI: 10.1109/TAP.2005.859903
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