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Title: Mie series for electromagnetic scattering of chiral metamaterials sphere
Authors: Wang, M.
Qiu, C. 
Xu, J.
Dong, Y.
Zheng, H.
Li, H.
Keywords: Chiral metamaterials
Chirality
Mie series
Radar cross scattering (RCS)
Issue Date: Dec-2011
Source: Wang, M., Qiu, C., Xu, J., Dong, Y., Zheng, H., Li, H. (2011-12). Mie series for electromagnetic scattering of chiral metamaterials sphere. Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics 22 (6) : 885-891. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.3969/j.issn.1004-4132.2011.06.002
Abstract: The electromagnetic scattering of chiral metamaterials is simulated with the Mie series method. Based on the spherical harmonics vector function in chiral metamaterials, the electromagnetic fields inside and outside of chiral metamaterials sphere are expanded. By applying the continuous boundary condition between the chiral metamaterials and surrounding medium, and the transformation from linearly to circularly polarized electric field components, the co-polarized and cross-polarized bistatic radar cross scattering (RCS) of chiral metamaterials sphere are given. How to overcome the instability of chiral metamaterials sphere of Mie series formula is discussed. The electromagnetic scattering of chiral metamaterials, normal media and metamaterials are compared. The numerical results show that the existence of chirality ξ of chiral metamaterials can decrease the bistatic RCS compared with the same size as normal media sphere.
Source Title: Journal of Systems Engineering and Electronics
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/56635
ISSN: 10044132
DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.1004-4132.2011.06.002
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