In this paper it is shown how the Robin iteration procedure, already proposed by the authors for the solution of electromagnetic scattering problems, can be easily adapted to scattering from cavities embedded in a perfectly-conducting wedge, The procedure couples a differential equation for the interior problem with an integral equation for the exterior one. A suitable choice of the Robin (mixed) boundary condition on the fictitious boundary dividing the interior and exterior domains avoids resonances.

An Iterative Solution to Scattering from Cavity-Backed Apertures in a Perfectly Conducting Wedge

ALFONZETTI, Salvatore;SALERNO, Nunzio
1998-01-01

Abstract

In this paper it is shown how the Robin iteration procedure, already proposed by the authors for the solution of electromagnetic scattering problems, can be easily adapted to scattering from cavities embedded in a perfectly-conducting wedge, The procedure couples a differential equation for the interior problem with an integral equation for the exterior one. A suitable choice of the Robin (mixed) boundary condition on the fictitious boundary dividing the interior and exterior domains avoids resonances.
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