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The surface S , with certain apertures in it , gives rise to reflected and transmitted

fields in

To connect the fields in

The surface S , with certain apertures in it , gives rise to reflected and transmitted

fields in

**regions**I and II in addition to the ... properties of the boundary surface S.To connect the fields in

**region**I with those in**region**II boundary conditions for E ...Page 282

which originate from the diffracting

neighborhood of Sq . This means that the fields , and therefore y ( x ) , will satisfy

the radiation condition , y = f ( 0 , 0 ) et 1 ay ik ( 9.64 ) Y or With this condition on y

it ...

which originate from the diffracting

**region**, they will be outgoing waves in theneighborhood of Sq . This means that the fields , and therefore y ( x ) , will satisfy

the radiation condition , y = f ( 0 , 0 ) et 1 ay ik ( 9.64 ) Y or With this condition on y

it ...

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The unit vectors n and n ' = -n are directed into

Our aim is to obtain an integral form for the fields in

specified on the right - hand surface Sy . This is analogous to the geometrical ...

The unit vectors n and n ' = -n are directed into

**regions**II and II ' , respectively .Our aim is to obtain an integral form for the fields in

**region**II in terms of the fieldsspecified on the right - hand surface Sy . This is analogous to the geometrical ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

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