Response of Microwave Dielectric-Slab-Loaded Rectangular Waveguide Resonators to Wall Displacements
This paper presents the results of an investigation into the response of a microwave dielectric-slab-loaded waveguide resonator to displacements in its terminating wall. The resonator consists of a shorted microwave rectangular waveguide, loaded with a dielectric slab with one end of it tapered. It is shown that the resonant frequency of its hybrid longitudinal electric mode is ∼10 times more sensitive to the wall displacement than the resonant frequency of a transverse mode of a half-wavelength resonator forming between the waveguide and the wall. The results can be used to construct efficient sensors for nondestructive evaluation of metal surfaces and for measurements of their displacements.
S. Kharkovsky and R. Zoughi, "Response of Microwave Dielectric-Slab-Loaded Rectangular Waveguide Resonators to Wall Displacements," Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (2011, Melbourne, Australia), pp. 155-158, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Dec 2011.
Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (2011: Dec. 5-8, Melbourne, Australia)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Dielectric Slabs; Dielectric-Loaded Waveguides; Displacements; Metal Surfaces; Non Destructive Evaluation; Transverse Mode; Waveguide Resonators; Displacement Measurement; Microwaves; Natural Frequencies; Rectangular Waveguides; Resonators; Sensors; Microwave Resonators; Dielectric-Loaded Waveguide
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