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2010-02-15

Study on the Properties of Surface Waves in Coated RAM Layers and Monostatic Rcsr Performances of the Coated Slab

By Hai-Yan Chen, Pei-Heng Zhou, Liang Chen, and Long-Jiang Deng
Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 11, 123-135, 2010
doi:10.2528/PIERM09122101

Abstract

Relationships between the properties of surface waves in radar absorbing materials (RAM) layers and mono-static radar cross section reduction (RCSR) performances of a coated slab are studied. In this paper, two kinds of RAM were employed for double-layer coating. By changing the thickness of each layer and the order of RAMs, mono-static RCSR performances of the coated slab are studied. Simultaneously mono-static RCSR performances of a slab coated with equivalent medium of the considered RAMs in situ are calculated and compared with the previous ones in regard to the properties of surface waves. It is found that surface waves in between layers for various coated projects can be evaluated. Our results suggest that the optimal coated order for RAMs exists, and the method may be efficient for coating strategy with various kinds of RAMs. Electromagnetic scatterings of the equivalent medium exclude the effect of surface waves in between layers. Therefore, the equivalent medium theory is not appropriated for the research of electromagnetic scattering on lossy mediums.

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Hai-Yan Chen, Pei-Heng Zhou, Liang Chen, and Long-Jiang Deng, "Study on the Properties of Surface Waves in Coated RAM Layers and Monostatic Rcsr Performances of the Coated Slab," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 11, 123-135, 2010.
doi:10.2528/PIERM09122101
http://www.jpier.org/PIERM/pier.php?paper=09122101

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