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Electromagnetic field of an oscillating point dipole in the presence of spherical interfaces

M. T. Hirvonen

Electromagnetic field of an oscillating point dipole in the presence of spherical interfaces

by M. T. Hirvonen

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Published by Finnish Academy of Technical Sciences in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electromagnetic fields -- Mathematical models.,
  • Sphere.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementM. T. Hirvonen.
    SeriesActa polytechnica Scandinavica -- no. 39
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC"665"E4"H57"1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20708247M
    ISBN 109516661645

      Accelerating charges, however, produce electromagnetic waves. An electric charge oscillating up and down, or an alternating current or flow of charge in a conductor, emit radiation at the frequencies of their oscillations. The electromagnetic field of a dipole antenna is shown in Figure \(\PageIndex{4}\). The positive and negative charges on. Paths of integration in the complex 0 plane for the plane wave representation of electromagnetic fields from an oscillating electric dipole. in Fig. 1. The electric field associated with J/, is given by the operation (i/k)x (x fi,), where is the gradient operator giving = -(ikvr) ~a dll[/~(/~.) - Cited by: 5.

    electromagnetic waves. Introduction to Electromagnetics. Text Book: F.T. Ulaby, Fundamentals of Applied Electromagnetics, Prentice Hall Lectures Video The University of UTAH- Fall Course Material: Introduction to electromagnetics. Fundamentals of wave propagation, transmission lines, impedance matching, electrostatics, magnetostatics, Maxwell’s equations, . The phenomenon where a spinning nucleus in an external magnetic field experiences a torque on its magnetic moment imposed by the applied B 0 field; this torque causes the axis of the spinning nucleus to move in a circular motion, and at a constant angle, about the direction of the applied B 0 field.

      1) What is the wavelength of Super high frequency (SHF) especially used in Radar & satellite communication? a. 1 m – 10 m b. 1 cm – 10 cm c. 10 cm – 1 m d. cm – 1 cm ANSWER: 1 cm – 10 cmAuthor: Sasmita. Even though the wave does not have the Zenneck form in general, there is still the important contrast between the vertical and horizontal polarizations (the latter being the case for a horizontal electric dipole). In the case of vertical polarization the field extends down to the surface.


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Electromagnetic field of an oscillating point dipole in the presence of spherical interfaces by M. T. Hirvonen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The vertical electric dipole is an effective and very useful transmitter when erected in air on the surface of the earth or ocean and operated in the range of frequencies used in broadcast radio The Electromagnetic Field of a Horizontal Electric Dipole in the Presence of a Plane Boundary | SpringerLinkAuthor: Ronold W.

King, Margaret Owens, Tai Tsun Wu. The analytical solution is carried our for the electromagnetic field in the air of a dipole over the spherical surface of the multi-layered Earth.

The region of interest consists of a spherical dielectric Earth, coated with the dielectric layer composed of a succession of n spherically bounded layer under : Kai Li. James R. Wait, Comment on “The electromagnetic field of a vertical electric dipole in the presence of a three‐layered region” by Ronold W.

King and Sheldon S. Sandler, Radio Science, 33, 2, (), (). Download Citation | The electromagnetic fields of a horizontal dipole in the presence of a conducting half-space | The problem considered is a horizontal electric dipole which.

The electromagnetic field generated by a horizontal electric dipole in the air over a dielectric‐coated conducting or dielectric half‐space is evaluated in an earlier paper subject to the conditions k 2 0 ≪k 2 1 ≪‖k 2 2 ‖ on the wave numbers of the three regions and the condition k 1l≤ on the thickness l of the dielectric by: Electromagnetic field of a horizontal dipole buried in a medium covering one-dimensionally anisotropic medium The geometry and coordinate system for the situation are shown in Fig.

The horizontal dipole are buried at (0, 0, d) in Region 1 (0 ≤ z ≤ l) characterized by permeability μ 0 and relative permittivity ε by: 1. presence of electromagnetic fields. He (EM) constructed a stressenergy tensor - for EM systems that incorporatedthe electric field.

E, the magnetic field. H, the displacement. D, and the magnetic induction. B, relating the strength of these fields at each point (𝒓,𝑡) in spacetime to the -Author: Masud Mansuripur. In this description: the fields are generated by image sources, a simple physical picture of the electromagnetic response of the dipole nearby a dielectric sphere is.

Electric Dipole Field Components of the electric eld are derived from E= r V In spherical polar coordinates: Er = @V @r = 2pcos 4ˇ 0r3 E = 1 r @V @ = psin 4ˇ 0r3 In cartesian coordinates, where the dipole axis is along z: Ez = p(3cos2 1) 4ˇ 0r3 Ex=y = 3pcos sin 4ˇ 0r3 Electric dipole eld decreases like 1=r3 (for r ˛ a) 3.

Magnetic dipole moment of an oscillating loop current: where The loop is uncharged, so the scalar potential is zero.

The retarded vector potential is For a point r directly above the x axis, A must aim in the y direction, since the x components from symmetrically pl aced points on either side of the x axis will Size: KB. The electromagnetic field generated by a horizontal electric dipole in the air over the surface of a two‐layered region is determined for continuous‐wave excitation.

The region of interest consists of a conductor coated with an electrically thin layer of dielectric under a half‐space of by: The electromagnetic field generated by a vertical electric dipole in the air over the surface of a two‐layered region is determined for continuous‐wave excitation.

The region of interest consists of a conductor or dielectric with high permittivity, coated with an electrically thin layer of a dielectric under a half‐space of by: dent. The potential and electric field drop off as a single higher power in r over that of a point charge because the net charge of the dipole is zero.

As one gets far away from the dipole, the fields due to each charge tend to cancel. The point dipole equipotential and field lines are sketched in Figure Size: 1MB. The image theory electromagnetic fields of a horizontal electric dipole in the presence of a conducting half space.

Peter R. Bannister. The formulas developed are of simple form and are valid from the quasi‐static to the far‐field ranges as long as the measurement distance is greater than 3 times the burial depth of the source and/or Cited by: AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES.

The course provides the students the basic notions related to electromagnetic fields. During the lectures the electromagnetic fundamental laws, the interaction of electromagnetic fields with matter, the extensions of the laws of conservation of energy and momenta to electromagnetics, and the simplest electromagnetic waves are.

journal article: electromagnetic field generated by an electric dipole in a spherical cavity immersed in a nonlinear plasma. electromagnetic field generated by an electric dipole in a spherical cavity immersed in a nonlinear plasma.

(in italian) full record. ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD OF A HORIZONTAL ELECTRIC DIPOLE IN THE PRESENCE OF A FOUR-LAYERED REGION By Y. Xu, K. Li, and L. Liu.

and computations show that the trapped surface waves play major roles at large propagation distance when both the dipole point and the observation point are on or close to the air-dielectric boundary.

Suppose the z-directed E-field phasorfor the incident plane wave at the location of the particle is: z E()r =0 =zˆE i rr From homework (3), the z-directed dipole moment p induced in a sphere in the presence of E-field E is: p a E o o o ⎟⎟ ⎠ ⎞ ⎜⎜ ⎝ ⎛ + − = ε ε ε ε πε 2 4 1 3 1 In the present case, the dipole moment File Size: KB.

We address the question of whether there exists a hidden relationship between the near-field distribution generated by an oscillating electric dipole and the so-called cross-polarization of a collimated beam of by: 1.

Electromagnetic field of a dipole on a two-layer earth W. Chew* and J. Kong* ABSTRACT The electromagnetic field due to a horizontal electric dipole placed on top of a two-layer earth is represented in terms of fields due to a dipole over a half-space earth and its corresponds to the presence of a branch-point singularity near the.

EXACT ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD EXCITED BY A VERTICAL MAGNETIC DIPOLE ON THE SURFACE OF A LOSSY HALF-SPACE M. Parise the presence of shallow buried objects such as mines, metals, to the case where even the observation point is located on the half-space.

The paper is organized as follows. In Section 2 the complete.The magnetic dipole moment is ˉp (t) = p0cos (wt)ˆz. Its maximum is when p0 = q0d according to the Griffiths Introduction to Electrodynamism, about p, covering the oscillating dipole.I am studying the multipole expansion of electromagnetic wave radiation pattern, and it is said that any fields can be decomposed into the spherical harmonics Ylm.

However, for l = 1, which corresponds to a dipole, the spherical harmonics looks like a dumbbell.