2 edition of **Reflection and transmission problems for hyperbolic systems.** found in the catalog.

Reflection and transmission problems for hyperbolic systems.

Alan Stanton Deakin

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Published
**1964**
in [Toronto]
.

Written in English

- Wave-motion, Theory of

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | Toronto, Ont. University. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 161 leaves. |

Number of Pages | 161 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL14848322M |

Reflection & Transmission of EM Waves Outline Reading – Shen and Kong – Ch. 4 • Everyday Reflection • Reflection & Transmission (Normal Incidence) • Reflected & Transmitted Power • Optical Materials, Perfect Conductors, Metals TRUE or FALSE. 1. Destructive interference occurs when two waves areFile Size: 1MB. The aim of this paper is to study the reflection–transmission of diffractive geometrical optic rays described by semi-linear symmetric hyperbolic systems such as the Maxwell–Lorentz equations.

In this book we only consider first-order hyperbolic systems as described above. This form is more fundamental physically than the derived second-order equation, and is more amenable to the development of high-resolution finite volume methods. In practical problems there is often a coupling of advective transport and wave motion. Specific cases. There are several approaches to understanding reflections, but the relationship of reflections to the conservation laws is particularly enlightening. A simple example is a step voltage, (). (where. is the height of the step and (). is the unit step function with time.), applied to one end of a lossless line, and consider what happens when the line is terminated in various ways.

Vibration and Sound continued to be used, fairly widely, as a text for some two dozen years, going through one revision. When it came, in the 60's to make another revision, my interests had changed and it appeared that the textual popularity of the book had waned. Consequently Ingard and I wrote. The investigation of reflection and transmission coefficients of an acoustic wave from a moving layer has been treated by a number of authors. (See refs. 1 to 5.) These calculations indicate that the reflection and transmission coefficients are strong functions of the velocity of the medium and the angle of incidence of the acoustic Size: KB.

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This single-volume compilation of three books centers on Hyperbolic Functions, an introduction to the relationship between the hyperbolic sine, cosine, and tangent, and the geometric properties of the hyperbola.

The development of the hyperbolic functions, in addition to those of the trigonometric (circular) functions, appears in parallel columns for comparison. @article{osti_, title = {Transmission, reflection, and resonance formation in one-dimensional systems}, author = {Kidun, O and Fominykh, N and Berakdar, J}, abstractNote = {A method is developed that treats on equal footing bound states, resonance formation, and scattering problems in one-dimensional systems.

The approach allows one to deal with nonlocal, energy-dependent potentials. This book deals with the reflection of electromagnetic and particle waves by interfaces. The interfaces can be sharp or diffuse.

The topics of the book contain absorption, inverse problems, anisotropy, pulses and finite beams, rough surfaces, matrix methods, numerical methods, reflection of particle waves and neutron : Hardcover.

Ch Reflection and Transmission Reflection and transmission at normal incidence, propagation and matching matrices, reflected and transmitted power, single and double Reflection and transmission problems for hyperbolic systems.

book slabs, reflectionless slab, time-domain reflection response, lattice diagrams, reflection by a moving boundary, such as a moving mirror. Ch Multilayer Structures. Hyperbolic partial differential equations describe phenomena of material or wave transport in physics, biology and engineering, especially in the field of fluid mechanics.

Despite considerable progress, the mathematical theory is still strug gling with fundamental open problems concerning systems of such equations in multiple space dimensions. An impulsive normal traction is applied uniformly over the surface of a perfectly stratified plane layered earth.

The ensuing particle velocity at the surface is assumed to be measured. The problem of calculating the subsurface characteristic impedance from knowledge of the input pulse and the measured data is the one-dimensional inverse problem of reflection problem is set up Cited by: The book is devoted to the application of the mathematical apparatus of non-integer derivatives to the solution of the diffraction problems by the planar screens.

View Show abstract. 1- Assume the load is + j50 connected to a 50 ohm line. Find coefficient of reflection (mag, & angle) and SWR. Is it matched well. 2- For a 50 ohm lossless transmission line terminated in a load impedance ZL= + j50 ohm, determine the fraction of the average incident power reflected by File Size: 3MB.

CHAPTER 12 HYPERBOLIC SYSTEMS INTRODUCTION TO LORAN C History The theory behind the operation of hyperbolic radion-avigation systems was known in the late ’s, but it took the urgency of World War II to speed development of the system into practical use.

By earlythe British had an operating hyperbolic system in use designed to File Size: KB. Reflection and Transmission at a Potential Step Outline - Review: Particle in a 1-D Box -Reflection and Transmission - Potential Step - Reflection from a Potential Barrier - Introduction to Barrier Penetration (Tunneling) Reading and on Quantum Mechanics by French and al 10 – Quantum Mechanics in 1-D Potentials.

Lorenz and B.-W. Schulze. Propagation of branching conormal asymptotics for hyperbolic Cauchy problems. Proceedings of the Intern. Workshop Analysis in Domains and on Manifolds with Singularities, Breitenbrunnthis volume. Google ScholarAuthor: Michael Lorenz, Yasser Al Smaiel. Hyperbolic heat transfer problems with phase transitions.- Unsymmetric hyperbolic systems and almost incompressible flow.- Frequency decomposition multi-grid methods for hyperbolic problems.- Existence and uniqueness for linear hyperbolic systems with unbounded coefficients.- A numerical method for computing viscous shock layers The International Conference on "Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics and Applications'' was held in CalTech on MarchThe conference was the ninth meeting in the bi-annual international series which became one of the highest quality and most Format: Hardcover.

In mathematics, a hyperbolic partial differential equation of order n is a partial differential equation (PDE) that, roughly speaking, has a well-posed initial value problem for the first n − 1 derivatives. More precisely, the Cauchy problem can be locally solved for arbitrary initial data along any non-characteristic of the equations of mechanics are hyperbolic, and so the.

This survey article is dedicated to the study of arithmetic hyperbolic reflection groups with an emphasis on the results that were obtained in the last Author: Mikhail Belolipetsky.

The problem of calculating the subsurface characteristic impedance from knowledge of the input pulse and the measured data is the one-dimensional inverse problem of reflection seismology. The problem is set up mathematically as an inverse problem for a first order $2 \times 2$ hyperbolic by: Principles of Electrical Transmission Lines in Power and Communication is a preliminary study in the transmission of electricity, which particularly discusses principles common to all electrical transmission links, whether their functions be communication or bulk power transfer.

REFLECTION AND TRANSMISSION AT AN INTERFACE 1. Introduction When a ray of light encounters an interface between two media of different refractive indices, some of it is reflected and some is transmitted.

This chapter will concern itself with how much is reflected and how much is transmitted. (Unless the media areFile Size: KB. discontinuous solutions for hyperbolic problems. An example of a discontinuous solution is a shock wave, which is a feature of solutions of nonlinear hyperbolic equations.

To illustrate further the concept of characteristics, consider the more general hyper-bolic equation ut +aux +bu=f(t,x), u(0,x)=u0(x), () where a and b are constants File Size: 1MB. The book represent a ﬁrst step aimed at a large and rich subject and I hope that readers are suﬃciently attracted to probe further.

§P A bird’s eye view of hyperbolic equations The central theme of this book is hyperbolic partial diﬀerential equations. These equations are important for a variety of reasons. Numerical solution of parabolic-hyperbolic transmission problem Zorica Milovanovi c Jekni c1 1 Faculty of Construction Management, University \Union-Nikola Tesla", [email protected] Layers with material properties which signi cantly di er from those of the sur-rounding medium appear in a variety of applications.

The layer may have a.E.F. Toro, in Handbook of Numerical Analysis, 8 Concluding Remarks. The Riemann problem has become a broad research theme in computational science, of which a very succinct account has been given in this chapter. To start with, some basic definitions and simple examples of Riemann problems have been given.

Then, the exact solution of the Riemann problem for the compressible Euler.HYPERBOLIC PROBLEMS: Theory Numerics and Applications JuneBOOK OF ABSTRACTS University of Padova. Sponsors We would like to gratefully acknowledge partial support from the following sponsors:!

ERC Starting Grant “Hyperbolic Systems of Conservation Laws: Singular Limits, Properties of.