Jha, RM and Bokhari, SA and Sudhakar, V and Mahapatra, PR (1989) Reduction of Search Order in Surface Ray Analysis for a Class of Nondevelopable Satellite Launch Vehicles. In: Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1989. AP-S. Digest, 26-30 June, San Jose,CA, Vol.1, 352-355.
A Geodesic Constant Method (GCM) developed by the authors is applied to the high frequency EM problems for a nondevelopable satellite launch vehicle (SLV) modeled by a general paraboloid of revolution and a right circular cylinder. The junction transition point is obtained by the application of the Hertz’s principle of Particle Dynamics for the first time in EM theory. The GCM is also applicable to cone-cylinder type of SLV where the junction transition point cannot be located analytically in spite of the developability of the individual surfaces. Actual mutual coupling results have been presented for a pair of arbitrarily placed slot antennas on an SLV.
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|Date Deposited:||30 May 2006|
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