coupled wave

coupled wave

[′kəp·əld ′wāv]
(fluid mechanics)
A surface wave which is being continuously generated by another wave having the same phase velocity. Also known as C wave.
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Kogelnik, "Coupled wave theory for thick hologram gratings," Bell System Technical Journal, vol.
[21] discussed reflection and transmission characteristics of coupled wave through micropolar elastic solid interlayer in micropolar fluid.
Marklein, "The finite integration technique as a general tool to computeacoustic, electromagnetic, elastodynamic, and coupled wave fields," in Review of Radio Science: 1999-2002 URSI, W.
Kogelnik's coupled wave theory is one of the most popular theories used to calculate the efficiency of the orders that propagate inside a volume diffraction grating [1].
To verify the asymptotic behavior of systems like (1)-(4), only the work of Najafi [7] treated numerically the problem of lack of exponential decay to a system of two coupled wave equations.
(5)-(6)) are described in the Laplace transform domain, as coupled wave equations, as follows:
The angular response curves are fitted by an algorithm developed by our research team based on the rigorous coupled wave theory [22, 23].
Kogelnik, "Coupled wave theory for thick hologram gratings" me Bell System Technical Journal, vol.
Figure 1 shows the cross guide coupler with two apertures cut in the common broad wall of two rectangular waveguides oriented at 90|degrees~ relative to one another, where A and B are the forward and backward coupled wave amplitudes, respectively.
Mixed space and time derivatives of coupled wave equations are analysed in detail and are compared to various wave propagation models in [13].
To simulate the electromagnetic properties of such grating, we employ the rigorous coupled wave analysis (RCWA) originally presented by Moharam et al.