THE ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELD WITHIN A DISCONTINUOUS CONDUCTOR WITH REFERENCE TO GEOMAGNETIC MICROPULSATIONS NEAR A COASTLINE

Authors
  1. Weaver, J.T.
Corporate Authors
Pacific Naval Lab, Esquimalt BC (CAN)
Abstract
The two-dimensional problem of a low-frequency, plane polarized electromagnetic wave incident on a semi-infinite conducting medium with a plane surface is treated for the case when the medium has a discontinuity, the regions on either side of a plane normal to its surface being of different conductivities. Solutions are obtained for the two cases when: (a) the magnetic vector (h polarization); and (b) the electric vector (E polarization) is always parallel to the trace of the discontinuity.
Report Number
PNL-RP-63-2 — Reprint
Date of publication
24 Oct 1962
Number of Pages
16
Reprinted from
Can J of Physics, vol 41, 1963, p 484-495
DSTKIM No
63-07820
CANDIS No
138776
Format(s):
Hardcopy;Originator's fiche received by DSIS

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