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Acousto-Electromagnetic Analogies in Diffraction Phenomena Occurring in the Semi-Infinite Cylindrical Waveguide

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The paper presents analogies between acoustic and electromagnetic wave field occurring in limited areas, such as waveguides, when electromagnetic waves are not purely transversal. The acousto-electromagnetic analogies exist in structures such as plane, rectangular or cylindrical infinite waveguides, if the fields are analysed by means of potentials - the velocity potential for sound waves and the Hertz potentials for electromagnetic waves. It has been demonstrated why these analogies between the potentials representing solutions of the wave equation with adequate boundary conditions and expressed as sums of admissible duct modes do fail, in general, for the semi-infinite cylindrical duct, and why they remain valid when the propagating electromagnetic mode is axisymmetric.
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  • Institute of Physics, University of Rzeszów, Rejtana 16a, 35-310 Rzeszów, Poland
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