where [SE.sub.R] is the shielding effectiveness for reflection, [SE.sub.A] is the shielding effectiveness for absorption, [SE.sub.MR] is the shielding effectiveness for multiple reflection
, [P.sub.t] [P.sub.i] is the power of wave (i = incident wave, t = transmitted wave), [E.sub.t] or i, [H.sub.t] or i is the intensity of electric, magnetic field.
In order to determine the concentrations of the different molecules in a gas mixture, a laser beam is shot through a so-called multiple reflection
cell at the gas mixture, whereby the light of the laser is then absorbed by the gas molecules.
Borzdov, "Reflection of electromagnetic waves from layered continuously inhomogeneous anisotropic media: Multiple reflection
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Ah impedance deconvolution algorithm implemented in IConnect program de-embedes (5) multiple reflection
effects (in a multi-impedance DUT) and accurately computes the true impedance profile for each segment.
There are many rays which arrive at the observation point (detector) at the same time owing to the multiple reflection
and the mode conversion of the incident P (longitudinal) ray or S (shear) ray emitted from the force source in the layer.
Reflectance is the ratio of reflected power to incident power due to a single component, whereas ORL refers to the total effect of multiple reflection
points from a fiber-optic system.
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Adamowski, "Ultrasonic densitometer using a multiple reflection
technique", IEEE Trans.
The total shielding effectiveness [SE.sub.total] is the sum of SEs due to absorption (A), reflection (R), and multiple reflection
(B), i.e., [SE.sub.total] = [SE.sub.A] + [SE.sub.R] + [SE.sub.B] (67), (68).
(2) For topologies with few impedance discontinuities, it is possible to solve multiple reflection
effects by applying the lattice (bounce) diagram for linear systems or the Bergeron diagram for non-linear systems.