Lecture 15 Lecture Notes

Lecture 15 Lecture Notes - Lecture Notes Page 2 Solve for...

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Special case Region 1: ideal conductor (freely flowing charges equalize all charges) typically: superconductor: always (surface charge) Recap: boundary conditions surface charges surface current Lec 15 - 11. Feb February 09 09 9:54 PM Lecture Notes Page 1
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6.2 Waves in ideal wave guides inside solutions: vacuum Maxwell Equations + boundary condition: for any tangential vector normal vector (Griffith Ch. 9.5) 6.1 General structure of solutions Maxwell Ansatz: monochromatic wave in z-direction Then write out Beware notation, now Are complex amplitudes functions of x and y
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Unformatted text preview: Lecture Notes Page 2 Solve for Note: once known => fixed 1) and satisfy wave equations Steps: 2) use ansatz for and , look at the wave equations Obtain equations for and : of the z-components only. Lecture Notes Page 3 6.2 Classification of solutions (our ansatz is not a plane wave!) fields can have longitudinal components in wave guides TE wave (Transversal Electric wave) TM waves (Transversal Magnetic wave) TEM waves (Transversal Electric &Magnetic wave) Lecture Notes Page 4...
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This note was uploaded on 07/28/2009 for the course PHYS 441B taught by Professor Norbertlutkenhaus during the Winter '09 term at Waterloo.

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