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Diffraction Radiation Generated by a Density-Modulated Electron Beam Flying Over the Periodic Boundary of the Medium Section. III. Anomalous and Resonant Phenomena

By Yuriy Sirenko, Seil S. Sautbekov, Nataliya Yashina, and Kostyantyn Sirenko
Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 91, 143-155, 2021
doi:10.2528/PIERB21022101

Abstract

The paper is focused on reliable analysis of the phenomena associated with the resonant and anomalous transformation of the field of a plane, density modulated electron beam, flying over the periodically rough boundary of a natural or artificial medium, in the field of bulk outgoing waves. The physical results presented here have been obtained as the result of numerical implementation of the rigorous mathematical models described in the two first papers of this series. The corresponding analytical constructions have been associated with the correct formulation of model problems and their algorithmization, with the provision of the possibility of a correct physical interpretation of the results of their numerical solution.

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Yuriy Sirenko, Seil S. Sautbekov, Nataliya Yashina, and Kostyantyn Sirenko, "Diffraction Radiation Generated by a Density-Modulated Electron Beam Flying Over the Periodic Boundary of the Medium Section. III. Anomalous and Resonant Phenomena," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 91, 143-155, 2021.
doi:10.2528/PIERB21022101
http://jpier.org/PIERB/pier.php?paper=21022101

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