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Author(s): Kirpichnikova, Anna
Kirpichnikova, Natalia
Title: Matching creeping waves with lit area diffraction field
Editor(s): Motygin, O V
Kiselev, A P
Goray, L I
Kirpichnikova, A S
Citation: Kirpichnikova A & Kirpichnikova N (2021) Matching creeping waves with lit area diffraction field. In: Motygin OV, Kiselev AP, Goray LI & Kirpichnikova AS (eds.) Proceedings of the International Conference "Days on Diffraction 2021", St. Petersburg, Russia. Days on Diffraction 2021, Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 31.05.2021-04.06.2021. IEEE Russia, pp. 98-102.;
Issue Date: 2021
Date Deposited: 18-Oct-2021
Conference Name: Days on Diffraction 2021
Conference Dates: 2021-05-31 - 2021-06-04
Conference Location: Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Abstract: We continue explorations of the shortwave plane wave diffraction for an axisymmetric elongated body. The previously obtained formulae for the boundary currents were evaluated numerically and showed matching in the borders of the regions going from the lit zone into the shadow. The results are presented for the case of both Dirichlet and Neu-mann boundary conditions.
Status: AM - Accepted Manuscript
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