transmitted wave

transmitted wave

[tranz′mid·əd ′wāv]
(physics)
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In Figure 1 we illustrate a one-dimensional system schematically to consider elastic longitudinal wave propagation along x-axis, where f(x - ct) and g(x - ct) represent the incident and transmitted wave functions, respectively.
Size: 10mm Surface quality:40-20 scratch Extinction ratio-Tp/Ts>500:1 Transmitted wave front error-?
yy]) can also demonstrate the polarization characteristics of the transmitted wave.
The shift and delay of the reflected and transmitted wave packets will be considered with respect to the corresponding parameters of the incident packet:
The ellipticity angle ([eta]) and polarization azimuth rotation angle ([theta]) of the transmitted wave were calculated according to above equations, respectively, and results are shown in Figs.
The transmitted wave detects echoes from corrosion defects in the transducer from the defects or circumferential pipeline welds.
Once enough energy is coupled from the transmitted wave, the reader communicates with the tag using amplitude modulation, followed by a CW carrier.
3] The reflected component of the transmitted wave is left-hand elliptically polarized.
Assuming the electric field of the incident linearly polarized wave is along x direction, the electric field of the transmitted wave can be stated as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [23].
This transmitted wave has less magnitude than the incident RCP and LCP waves.
B] can be referred to as the global propagator matrix which gives the relation between the state vector of the 0-th layer (above the slab, into which the reflected wave is returned) and the p-th layer (below the slab, into which the transmitted wave is propagating).
ij], are defined the same way with j as the transmitted wave polarization.