## Nonlinear waves in waveguides: with stratification |

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A program for calculation of 6n with the

coordinates has been elaborated. An analogous program is described in [2.65].

Figure 2.1 gives a representation of the solution properties. In part (a) the time

evolution ...

A program for calculation of 6n with the

**given**parameters as a function ofcoordinates has been elaborated. An analogous program is described in [2.65].

Figure 2.1 gives a representation of the solution properties. In part (a) the time

evolution ...

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effect in which a slow propagating mode is excited, at a

input pulse will be transformed into two output pulses. Theoretical and technical

questions in these experiments still remain, but in any case, the specific mode ...

effect in which a slow propagating mode is excited, at a

**given**delay time, and theinput pulse will be transformed into two output pulses. Theoretical and technical

questions in these experiments still remain, but in any case, the specific mode ...

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Let us write the dispersion relation

oo, Q = 0 but taking into account the vertical acceleration w2(w2 - u\) - cWk2 +

cWg k2± = 0, (5 .38) where wa = 7<7/2c, ug = y/j — lg/c are the limiting

frequencies ...

Let us write the dispersion relation

**given**by (2.56) in dimensional form at a — ▻oo, Q = 0 but taking into account the vertical acceleration w2(w2 - u\) - cWk2 +

cWg k2± = 0, (5 .38) where wa = 7<7/2c, ug = y/j — lg/c are the limiting

frequencies ...

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Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

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