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What I am asking for is essentially a 2D Fourier transform of the cylindrical harmonics.
In cylindrical coordinates, the most appropriate solutions are the two kinds of Hankel functions, representing outgoing and incoming wave solutions. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Please google before posting. Your views and inputs are greatly appreciated.
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The expansion you’re looking for is derived in this articlewhich I found immediately as one of the first hits of a Google search for “hankel plane waves”. Email Required, but never shown. Let us assume a 2D space, and at fixed temporal frequency, the equation reduces to the Helmholtz equation.
The waves that make this field distribution in the vaccuum are the evanescent waves which result from total internal reflection of the ordinary waves sub the dielectric glue. For electromagnetic waves, there are currents flowing in the boundary of two mediums. I would like to know how to perform numeric integration for the following type of integrals in Mathematica. That’s the beauty of it!
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You will notice that is an angular spectrum decomposition of a uniaxial diffraction problem Fourier transform in 1D only. Victor Liu 3, 11 Sign up using Facebook. Can you try along the same direction as your other question ? Kamov Sergey 9.
It is well know that planewaves are a complete basis for solutions to the wave equation. I found this article, but it addresses us completely different problem, actually.
The resulting field in the vaccuum must be physically correct, and it is made up of the evanescent portion of the incident waves from the left hand side. This limiting argument is interesting, but could you back it up with a bit more analysis?
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By using the laws of refraction you get the right distribution of ordinary waves to give you the desired current distribution on the boundary. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Considering for a moment just the 0th order bessel function, you can map from this circular distribution into a 1-dimensional Fourier transform giving just the radial component of the wave.