The scattering by an arbitrary collection of perfectly conducting connected strips is analyzed for TE incidence. The studied configurations include both closed and open polygonal cross-section cylinders, as well as more complicated structures in which more than two strips are connected at a point. The proposed method is very efficient as few expansion functions are needed in a Galerkin scheme. This is achieved by means of expansion functions factorizing the correct edge singularity of the electromagnetic field, and ensuring the continuity of the current at connecting points.

TE Scattering by Arbitrarily Connected Conducting Strips

LUCIDO, Mario;PANARIELLO, Gaetano;SCHETTINO, Fulvio
2009

Abstract

The scattering by an arbitrary collection of perfectly conducting connected strips is analyzed for TE incidence. The studied configurations include both closed and open polygonal cross-section cylinders, as well as more complicated structures in which more than two strips are connected at a point. The proposed method is very efficient as few expansion functions are needed in a Galerkin scheme. This is achieved by means of expansion functions factorizing the correct edge singularity of the electromagnetic field, and ensuring the continuity of the current at connecting points.
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