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APPLICATION OF THE GENERALIZED METHOD OF INDUCED EMF FOR INVESTIGATION OF CHARACTERISTICS OF THIN IMPEDANCE VIBRATORS

By M. V. Nesterenko, V. A. Katrich, S. L. Berdnik, Y. M. Penkin, and V. M. Dakhov

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Abstract:
The authors suggest the generalized method of induced electromotive forces (EMF) for the investigation of the characteristics of single and systems of thin impedance vibrators at their arbitrary excitation and distribution of the surface impedance on the ground of the made analysis in the pro-posed paper. The distinctive peculiarity of this method is the use of the approximating functions, re-sulted from the integral equation solution for the current by means of the asymptotic averaging me-thod, in the current distribution along the impedance vibrator.

Citation:
M. V. Nesterenko, V. A. Katrich, S. L. Berdnik, Y. M. Penkin, and V. M. Dakhov, "Application of the Generalized Method of Induced EMF for Investigation of Characteristics of Thin Impedance Vibrators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 26, 149-178, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIERB10052902

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