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TP > Volume 5, Number 3, September 2020

Interaction of Electromagnetic Wave and Metamaterial with Inductive Type Chiral Inclusions

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DOI: 10.22606/tp.2020.53001

Author(s)
A. N. Volobuev
Affiliation(s)
Samara State Medical University. Department of Medical and Biological Physics
Abstract
The principle of calculation of a plate from a metamaterial with inductive type chiral inclusions is submitted. It is shown that distribution of an electromagnetic wave in such substance can be investigated with the help of using of a chiral parameter and on the basis of a detailed method of calculation. By comparison of two methods the dependence of chiral parameter from frequency of electromagnetic radiation falling on a plate is found. With the help of a detailed method the nonlinear differential equation for potential on the chiral plate is found. It is shown that this equation has solutions as traveling solitary waves and standing waves but not traveling sine waves. The analysis of the received solutions of the nonlinear equation is carried out. Transition from the multiwave solution to the solution as standing waves is graphically shown at reduction of distance between the chiral elements.
Keywords
metamaterial, chiral parameter, inductive inclusions, multiwave solution, standing waves
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