Unified Spectral Technique Application for Study of Radiator Behavior Near Planar Layered Composites
The Unified Spectral Technique (UST) is a rigorous analytical approach for calculating power fluxes of any type of source and losses in multilayered dielectric structures of canonical geometries. This method is a reasonable addition to the eigenfunctions technique. An important advantage of the method is that the power fluxes are represented in an explicit form via their spectra, avoiding cumbersome calculations via field components. In this paper, this approach is specified for a case of planar multilayered structures, including those made of composite materials. Results of computations for the simplest types of radiators (electric and magnetic dipoles) in proximity of parallel-plane composite layers, comprised of a dielectric base and conducting inclusions with concentrations below and above percolation threshold, are analyzed.
M. Koledintseva et al., "Unified Spectral Technique Application for Study of Radiator Behavior Near Planar Layered Composites," Progress in Electromagnetic Research (PIER), Electromagnetics Academy - EMW Publishing, Jan 2006.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Unified Spectral Technique (UST); Power Flux
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Article - Journal
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