# Electromagnetic plane wave excitation of an open-ended conducting frustum

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...[3] Some of the conical scatterers have been analyzed thus so far using a variety of different analytical asymptotical and numerical methods by Ufimtsev [1962], Northover [1965a, 1965b], Pridmore-Brown [1968], Senior and Uslenghi [1971], Bevensee [1973], Syed [1981], Eremin and Sveshnikov [1987], Goshin [1987], and Davis and Scharstein [1994] ....

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...Edgecondition behavior is anticipated by the Chebyshev polynomial expansions [3], for...

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...The mathematical statement and solution of the boundary value problem for the periodic arrangement of tubes is a modification of the method used in [3] for a single tube: The Fourier integral (in ) for the aperiodic geometry is replaced by a Fourier series of Floquet modes in the infinite array problem....

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...1 INTRODUCTION A perfectly electrically conductive (PEC) hollow cylindrical strip S as in Figure 1, is a rather canonical geometry that electromagnetic (EM) wave diffraction from it has been subject to elaboration either by analytical approaches as in [1] and [2] or direct numerical ones as in [3]....

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