## Bernard, Jean-Michel L.

# Advanced Studies in the Mathematical Theory of Scattering, Volume 3

This book presents a collection of independent mathematical studies, describing the analytical reduction of complex generic problems in the theory of scattering and propagation of electromagnetic waves in the presence of imperfectly conducting objects.

Their subjects include: a global method for scattering by a multimode plane; diffraction by an impedance curved wedge; scattering by impedance polygons; advanced properties of spectral functions in frequency and time domains; bianisotropic media and related coupling expressions; and exact and asymptotic reductions of surface radiation integrals.

The methods developed here can be qualified as analytical when they lead to exact explicit expressions, or semi-analytical when they drastically reduce the mathematical complexity of studied problems. Therefore, they can be used in mathematical physics and engineering to analyse and model, but also in applied mathematics to calculate the scattered fields in electromagnetism for a low computational cost.

**Keywords:** scattering, mathematical theory, diffraction, impedance curved wedge, electromagnetic waves, propagation, mathematical physics, impedance polygons, spectral functions, bianisotropic media, coupling expressions, asymptotic reductions, surface radiation integrals

- Author(s)
- Bernard, Jean-Michel L.
- Publisher
- John Wiley and Sons, Inc.
- Publication year
- 2024
- Language
- en
- Edition
- 1
- Imprint
- Wiley-ISTE
- Series
- ISTE Invoiced
- Page amount
- 368 pages
- Category
- Natural Sciences
- Format
- Ebook
- eISBN (PDF)
- 9781394325894
- Printed ISBN
- 9781786308573