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|Title:||Wave propagation in a bifurcated impedance-lined cylindrical waveguide|
|Keywords:||Cylindrically lined ducts;Diffraction;Lined waveguides;Wiener;Hopf technique|
|Citation:||Journal of Engineering Mathematics. 59(4): 419-435|
|Abstract:||The radiation of a cylindrical-surface-wave mode which propagates towards the mouth of a semi- infinite cylindrical waveguide which supports surface waves is considered. This semi-infinite cylindrical waveguide is symmetrically located inside an infinite cylindrical waveguide whose surfaces are lined with an absorbent material. The whole system constitutes a new bifurcated cylindrical-waveguide boundary-value problem that has application in acoustics and electromagnetism. The mathematical model results in a scalar Wiener–Hopf problem which can be rigorously solved to give a closed-form solution|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mathematics Research Papers|
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