Annalen der Physik und Chemie, Vol. 29 PDF

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Författare: Johann C. Poggendorff.

In physics, a surface wave is a 90 degree wave that propagates along the interface between differing media. A common example is gravity waves along the surface of liquids, such as ocean waves. In seismology, several types of surface waves are encountered. Another example is internal waves, which can be transmitted along the interface of two water masses of different densities.

Von Bekesy, resulted from an acoustic surface wave of the basilar membrane into the cochlear duct. Ground wave refers to the propagation of radio waves parallel to and adjacent to the surface of the Earth, following the curvature of the Earth. This radiative ground wave is known as the Norton surface wave. Lower frequency radio waves, below 3 MHz, travel efficiently as ground waves. Ground propagation works because lower-frequency waves are more strongly diffracted around obstacles due to their long wavelengths, allowing them to follow the Earth’s curvature. Conductivity of the surface affects the propagation of ground waves, with more conductive surfaces such as sea water providing better propagation. Increasing the conductivity in a surface results in less dissipation.

Mediumwave and shortwave reflect off the ionosphere at night, which is known as skywave. During daylight hours, the lower D layer of the ionosphere forms and absorbs lower frequency energy. This prevents skywave propagation from being very effective on mediumwave frequencies in daylight hours. Within microwave field theory, the interface of a dielectric and conductor supports „surface wave transmission“. The field components of the wave diminish with distance from the interface.

In optical fiber transmission, evanescent waves are surface waves. Zenneck wave or Zenneck wave is a non-radiative guided electromagnetic wave that is supported by a planar or spherical interface between two homogeneous media having different dielectric constants. Surface-wave-sustained mode, a propagation of electromagnetic surface waves. Near and far field, the radiated field that is within one quarter of a wavelength of the diffracting edge or the antenna and beyond. Skin effect, the tendency of an alternating electric current to distribute itself within a conductor so that the current density near the surface of the conductor is greater than that at its core. Green’s function, a function used to solve inhomogeneous differential equations subject to boundary conditions.