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Scattering of Acoustic and Electromagnetic Waves by Small Impedance Bodies of Arbitrary Shapes by Alexander G. Ramm

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CHAPTER 8

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ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE SCATTERING BY MANY NANOWIRES

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8.1 Statement of the problem.

In this chapter electromagnetic wave scattering by many thin, parallel to z-axis, infinite cylinders, on the surfaces of which impedance boundary conditions are imposed, is studied. Let Dm denote the cross section of the m-th cylinder, a be its characteristic size a =1/2 diamDm. We do not assume that Dm is a disc. The shape of Dm is arbitrary. For simplicity we assume that all the cylinders are identical, but this assumption is not necessary for the validity ...

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