## Nonlinear Waves in Waveguides: with StratificationS.B. Leble's book deals with nonlinear waves and their propagation in metallic and dielectric waveguides and media with stratification. The underlying nonlinear evolution equations (NEEs) are derived giving also their solutions for specific situations. The reader will find new elements to the traditional approach. Various dispersion and relaxation laws for different guides are considered as well as the explicit form of projection operators, NEEs, quasi-solitons and of Darboux transforms. Special points relate to: 1. the development of a universal asymptotic method of deriving NEEs for guide propagation; 2. applications to the cases of stratified liquids, gases, solids and plasmas with various nonlinearities and dispersion laws; 3. connections between the basic problem and soliton- like solutions of the corresponding NEEs; 4. discussion of details of simple solutions in higher- order nonsingular perturbation theory. |

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At low altitudes the

km (tropopause) it begins to increase and reaches a maximum at « 40 km (

stratopause). It then decreases again up to the mesopause (~ 80 km). Finally it

tends to ...

At low altitudes the

**temperature**falls, then after reaching a minimum at about 15km (tropopause) it begins to increase and reaches a maximum at « 40 km (

stratopause). It then decreases again up to the mesopause (~ 80 km). Finally it

tends to ...

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We assume that the

higher than in the lower layer. Examples of such a situation are the splitting of the

troposphere-mesosphere by the tropopause, or the thermosphere-mesosphere ...

We assume that the

**temperature**which is proportional to H in the upper layer ishigher than in the lower layer. Examples of such a situation are the splitting of the

troposphere-mesosphere by the tropopause, or the thermosphere-mesosphere ...

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Neglecting the oscillating restricted terms we write the expression for the

increasing contribution to the

coupling of 0 and w via (6.56) and taking T" weakly depending on z outside the

derivative, ...

Neglecting the oscillating restricted terms we write the expression for the

increasing contribution to the

**temperature**field _ leaHi&'w)' Ti = . U> Using thecoupling of 0 and w via (6.56) and taking T" weakly depending on z outside the

derivative, ...

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### Contents

Introduction | 1 |

The Discrimination and Interaction | 12 |

Interaction of Modes in an Electromagnetic Field Waveguide | 50 |

Copyright | |

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