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The Resource Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials, Alexander G. Ramm, (electronic resource)

Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials, Alexander G. Ramm, (electronic resource)

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Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials
Title
Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes
Title remainder
applications to creating new engineered materials
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Alexander G. Ramm
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Language
eng
Summary
  • In this book, mathematicians, engineers, physicists, and materials scientists will learn how to create material with a desired refraction coefficient. For example, how to create material with negative refraction or with desired wave-focusing properties. The methods for creating these materials are based on the many-body wave scattering theory developed by the author. The book offers new analytical formulas that allow one to calculate acoustic and electromagnetic waves, scattered by one and many small impedance bodies of an arbitrary shape under various boundary conditions. Equations for the effective (self-consistent) field in media consisting of many small impedance particles are derived. Numerical methods for solving many-body wave scattering problems are developed for small impedance scatterers
  • In this book, mathematicians, engineers, physicists, and materials scientists will learn how to create material with a desired refraction coefficient. For example, how to create material with negative refraction or with desired wave-focusing properties. The methods for creating these materials are based on the many-body wave scattering theory developed by the author. The book offers new analytical formulas that allow one to calculate acoustic and electromagnetic waves, scattered by one and many small impedance bodies of an arbitrary shape under various boundary conditions. Equations for the effective (self-consistent) field in media consisting of many small impedance particles are derived. Numerical methods for solving many-body wave scattering problems are developed for small impedance scatterers
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Ramm, A. G.
Dewey number
534.2
LC call number
QC243.3.S3
LC item number
R257 2013
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  • Sound-waves
  • Electromagnetic waves
  • Scattering (Physics)
  • Acoustic impedance
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Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials, Alexander G. Ramm, (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-238) and index
Contents
  • Contents -- Preface -- Introduction --
  • 1. Scalar wave scattering by one small body of an arbitrary shape -- 1.1 Impedance bodies -- 1.2 Acoustically soft bodies (the Dirichlet boundary condition) -- 1.3 Acoustically hard bodies (the Neumann boundary condition) -- 1.4 The interface (transmission) boundary condition -- 1.5 Summary of the results --
  • 2. Scalar wave scattering by many small bodies of an arbitrary shape -- 2.1 Impedance bodies -- 2.2 The Dirichlet boundary condition -- 2.3 The Neumann boundary condition -- 2.4 The transmission boundary condition -- 2.5 Wave scattering in an inhomogeneous medium -- 2.6 Summary of the results --
  • 3. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.1 Scalar wave scattering. Formula for the refraction coefficient -- 3.2 A recipe for creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.3 A discussion of the practical implementation of the recipe -- 3.4 Summary of the results --
  • 4. Wave-focusing materials -- 4.1 What is a wave-focusing material? -- 4.2 Creating wave-focusing materials -- 4.3 Computational aspects of the problem -- 4.4 Open problems -- 4.5 Summary of the results --
  • 5. Electromagnetic wave scattering by a single small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.1 The impedance boundary condition -- 5.2 Perfectly conducting bodies -- 5.3 Formulas for the scattered field in the case of EM wave scattering by one impedance small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.4 Summary of the results --
  • 6. Many-body scattering problem in the case of small scatterers -- 6.1 Reduction of the problem to linear algebraic system -- 6.2 Derivation of the integral equation for the effective field -- 6.3 Summary of the results --
  • 7. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 7.1 A formula for the refraction coefficient -- 7.2 Formula for the magnetic permeability -- 7.3 Summary of the results --
  • 8. Electromagnetic wave scattering by many nanowires -- 8.1 Statement of the problem -- 8.2 Asymptotic solution of the problem -- 8.3 Many-body scattering problem equation for the effective field -- 8.4 Physical properties of the limiting medium -- 8.5 Summary of the results --
  • 9. Heat transfer in a medium in which many small bodies are embedded -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Derivation of the equation for the limiting temperature -- 9.3 Various results -- 9.4 Summary of the results --
  • 10. Quantum-mechanical wave scattering by many potentials with small support -- 10.1 Problem formulation -- 10.2 Proofs -- 10.3 Summary of the results --
  • 11. Some results from the potential theory -- 11.1 Potentials of the simple and double layers -- 11.2 Replacement of the surface potentials -- 11.3 Asymptotic behavior of the solution to the Helmholtz equation under the impedance boundary condition -- 11.4 Some properties of the electrical capacitance -- 11.5 Summary of the results --
  • 12. Collocation method -- 12.1 Convergence of the collocation method -- 12.2 Collocation method and homogenization -- 12.3 Summary of the results --
  • 13. Some inverse problems related to small scatterers -- 13.1 Finding the position and size of a small body from the scattering data -- 13.2 Finding small subsurface inhomogeneities -- 13.3 Inverse radio measurements problem -- 13.4 Summary of the results --
  • Appendix -- A1. Banach and Hilbert spaces -- A2. A result from perturbation theory -- A3. The Fredholm alternative -- Bibliographical notes -- Bibliography -- Index
  • Contents -- Preface -- Introduction --
  • 1. Scalar wave scattering by one small body of an arbitrary shape -- 1.1 Impedance bodies -- 1.2 Acoustically soft bodies (the Dirichlet boundary condition) -- 1.3 Acoustically hard bodies (the Neumann boundary condition) -- 1.4 The interface (transmission) boundary condition -- 1.5 Summary of the results --
  • 2. Scalar wave scattering by many small bodies of an arbitrary shape -- 2.1 Impedance bodies -- 2.2 The Dirichlet boundary condition -- 2.3 The Neumann boundary condition -- 2.4 The transmission boundary condition -- 2.5 Wave scattering in an inhomogeneous medium -- 2.6 Summary of the results --
  • 3. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.1 Scalar wave scattering. Formula for the refraction coefficient -- 3.2 A recipe for creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.3 A discussion of the practical implementation of the recipe -- 3.4 Summary of the results --
  • 4. Wave-focusing materials -- 4.1 What is a wave-focusing material? -- 4.2 Creating wave-focusing materials -- 4.3 Computational aspects of the problem -- 4.4 Open problems -- 4.5 Summary of the results --
  • 5. Electromagnetic wave scattering by a single small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.1 The impedance boundary condition -- 5.2 Perfectly conducting bodies -- 5.3 Formulas for the scattered field in the case of EM wave scattering by one impedance small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.4 Summary of the results --
  • 6. Many-body scattering problem in the case of small scatterers -- 6.1 Reduction of the problem to linear algebraic system -- 6.2 Derivation of the integral equation for the effective field -- 6.3 Summary of the results --
  • 7. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 7.1 A formula for the refraction coefficient -- 7.2 Formula for the magnetic permeability -- 7.3 Summary of the results --
  • 8. Electromagnetic wave scattering by many nanowires -- 8.1 Statement of the problem -- 8.2 Asymptotic solution of the problem -- 8.3 Many-body scattering problem equation for the effective field -- 8.4 Physical properties of the limiting medium -- 8.5 Summary of the results --
  • 9. Heat transfer in a medium in which many small bodies are embedded -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Derivation of the equation for the limiting temperature -- 9.3 Various results -- 9.4 Summary of the results --
  • 10. Quantum-mechanical wave scattering by many potentials with small support -- 10.1 Problem formulation -- 10.2 Proofs -- 10.3 Summary of the results --
  • 11. Some results from the potential theory -- 11.1 Potentials of the simple and double layers -- 11.2 Replacement of the surface potentials -- 11.3 Asymptotic behavior of the solution to the Helmholtz equation under the impedance boundary condition -- 11.4 Some properties of the electrical capacitance -- 11.5 Summary of the results --
  • 12. Collocation method -- 12.1 Convergence of the collocation method -- 12.2 Collocation method and homogenization -- 12.3 Summary of the results --
  • 13. Some inverse problems related to small scatterers -- 13.1 Finding the position and size of a small body from the scattering data -- 13.2 Finding small subsurface inhomogeneities -- 13.3 Inverse radio measurements problem -- 13.4 Summary of the results --
  • Appendix -- A1. Banach and Hilbert spaces -- A2. A result from perturbation theory -- A3. The Fredholm alternative -- Bibliographical notes -- Bibliography -- Index
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OCM1bookssj0001140031
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Isbn
9781606506226
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(e-book)
Other control number
10.5643/9781606506226
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0001140031
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Label
Scattering of acoustic and electromagnetic waves by small impedance bodies of arbitrary shapes : applications to creating new engineered materials, Alexander G. Ramm, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 229-238) and index
Contents
  • Contents -- Preface -- Introduction --
  • 1. Scalar wave scattering by one small body of an arbitrary shape -- 1.1 Impedance bodies -- 1.2 Acoustically soft bodies (the Dirichlet boundary condition) -- 1.3 Acoustically hard bodies (the Neumann boundary condition) -- 1.4 The interface (transmission) boundary condition -- 1.5 Summary of the results --
  • 2. Scalar wave scattering by many small bodies of an arbitrary shape -- 2.1 Impedance bodies -- 2.2 The Dirichlet boundary condition -- 2.3 The Neumann boundary condition -- 2.4 The transmission boundary condition -- 2.5 Wave scattering in an inhomogeneous medium -- 2.6 Summary of the results --
  • 3. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.1 Scalar wave scattering. Formula for the refraction coefficient -- 3.2 A recipe for creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.3 A discussion of the practical implementation of the recipe -- 3.4 Summary of the results --
  • 4. Wave-focusing materials -- 4.1 What is a wave-focusing material? -- 4.2 Creating wave-focusing materials -- 4.3 Computational aspects of the problem -- 4.4 Open problems -- 4.5 Summary of the results --
  • 5. Electromagnetic wave scattering by a single small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.1 The impedance boundary condition -- 5.2 Perfectly conducting bodies -- 5.3 Formulas for the scattered field in the case of EM wave scattering by one impedance small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.4 Summary of the results --
  • 6. Many-body scattering problem in the case of small scatterers -- 6.1 Reduction of the problem to linear algebraic system -- 6.2 Derivation of the integral equation for the effective field -- 6.3 Summary of the results --
  • 7. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 7.1 A formula for the refraction coefficient -- 7.2 Formula for the magnetic permeability -- 7.3 Summary of the results --
  • 8. Electromagnetic wave scattering by many nanowires -- 8.1 Statement of the problem -- 8.2 Asymptotic solution of the problem -- 8.3 Many-body scattering problem equation for the effective field -- 8.4 Physical properties of the limiting medium -- 8.5 Summary of the results --
  • 9. Heat transfer in a medium in which many small bodies are embedded -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Derivation of the equation for the limiting temperature -- 9.3 Various results -- 9.4 Summary of the results --
  • 10. Quantum-mechanical wave scattering by many potentials with small support -- 10.1 Problem formulation -- 10.2 Proofs -- 10.3 Summary of the results --
  • 11. Some results from the potential theory -- 11.1 Potentials of the simple and double layers -- 11.2 Replacement of the surface potentials -- 11.3 Asymptotic behavior of the solution to the Helmholtz equation under the impedance boundary condition -- 11.4 Some properties of the electrical capacitance -- 11.5 Summary of the results --
  • 12. Collocation method -- 12.1 Convergence of the collocation method -- 12.2 Collocation method and homogenization -- 12.3 Summary of the results --
  • 13. Some inverse problems related to small scatterers -- 13.1 Finding the position and size of a small body from the scattering data -- 13.2 Finding small subsurface inhomogeneities -- 13.3 Inverse radio measurements problem -- 13.4 Summary of the results --
  • Appendix -- A1. Banach and Hilbert spaces -- A2. A result from perturbation theory -- A3. The Fredholm alternative -- Bibliographical notes -- Bibliography -- Index
  • Contents -- Preface -- Introduction --
  • 1. Scalar wave scattering by one small body of an arbitrary shape -- 1.1 Impedance bodies -- 1.2 Acoustically soft bodies (the Dirichlet boundary condition) -- 1.3 Acoustically hard bodies (the Neumann boundary condition) -- 1.4 The interface (transmission) boundary condition -- 1.5 Summary of the results --
  • 2. Scalar wave scattering by many small bodies of an arbitrary shape -- 2.1 Impedance bodies -- 2.2 The Dirichlet boundary condition -- 2.3 The Neumann boundary condition -- 2.4 The transmission boundary condition -- 2.5 Wave scattering in an inhomogeneous medium -- 2.6 Summary of the results --
  • 3. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.1 Scalar wave scattering. Formula for the refraction coefficient -- 3.2 A recipe for creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 3.3 A discussion of the practical implementation of the recipe -- 3.4 Summary of the results --
  • 4. Wave-focusing materials -- 4.1 What is a wave-focusing material? -- 4.2 Creating wave-focusing materials -- 4.3 Computational aspects of the problem -- 4.4 Open problems -- 4.5 Summary of the results --
  • 5. Electromagnetic wave scattering by a single small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.1 The impedance boundary condition -- 5.2 Perfectly conducting bodies -- 5.3 Formulas for the scattered field in the case of EM wave scattering by one impedance small body of an arbitrary shape -- 5.4 Summary of the results --
  • 6. Many-body scattering problem in the case of small scatterers -- 6.1 Reduction of the problem to linear algebraic system -- 6.2 Derivation of the integral equation for the effective field -- 6.3 Summary of the results --
  • 7. Creating materials with a desired refraction coefficient -- 7.1 A formula for the refraction coefficient -- 7.2 Formula for the magnetic permeability -- 7.3 Summary of the results --
  • 8. Electromagnetic wave scattering by many nanowires -- 8.1 Statement of the problem -- 8.2 Asymptotic solution of the problem -- 8.3 Many-body scattering problem equation for the effective field -- 8.4 Physical properties of the limiting medium -- 8.5 Summary of the results --
  • 9. Heat transfer in a medium in which many small bodies are embedded -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Derivation of the equation for the limiting temperature -- 9.3 Various results -- 9.4 Summary of the results --
  • 10. Quantum-mechanical wave scattering by many potentials with small support -- 10.1 Problem formulation -- 10.2 Proofs -- 10.3 Summary of the results --
  • 11. Some results from the potential theory -- 11.1 Potentials of the simple and double layers -- 11.2 Replacement of the surface potentials -- 11.3 Asymptotic behavior of the solution to the Helmholtz equation under the impedance boundary condition -- 11.4 Some properties of the electrical capacitance -- 11.5 Summary of the results --
  • 12. Collocation method -- 12.1 Convergence of the collocation method -- 12.2 Collocation method and homogenization -- 12.3 Summary of the results --
  • 13. Some inverse problems related to small scatterers -- 13.1 Finding the position and size of a small body from the scattering data -- 13.2 Finding small subsurface inhomogeneities -- 13.3 Inverse radio measurements problem -- 13.4 Summary of the results --
  • Appendix -- A1. Banach and Hilbert spaces -- A2. A result from perturbation theory -- A3. The Fredholm alternative -- Bibliographical notes -- Bibliography -- Index
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001140031
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781606506226
Isbn Type
(e-book)
Other control number
10.5643/9781606506226
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001140031
System details
  • Mode of access: World Wide Web
  • System requirements: Adobe Acrobat reader

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