Electromagnetic Scattering Group
&
Professor Oleg I. Sukharevsky
present
the series of books with open access
(almost all books)


Applied Problems
in the Theory of
Electromagnetic
Wave Scattering (2022)

Applied Problems in the Theory of Electromagnetic Wave Scattering

Edited by professor O. Sukharevsky

Authors: Sergey V. Nechitaylo, Valery M. Orlenko, Oleg I. Sukharevsky, Vitaliy A. Vasilets, Gennady S. Zalevsky

Year: 2022

Electromagnetic wave scattering is the reradiation of electromagnetic energy which occurs when an electromagnetic field encounters an abrupt change in electrical or magnetic properties. This occurs when an electromagnetic field is incident on a structure or scattering object. When the original electromagnetic field crosses the boundary between two regions, each with different electrical or magnetic parameters, the field will change as it enters the second region. This abruptly changing propagation medium induces sources of scattering at the boundary between the two media, including conduction and displacement currents.

This book explores the development of electromagnetic theory in the field of scattering. Solutions to applied problems of electromagnetic wave scattering are presented and include resonant electromagnetic wave scattering, solved by the integral equation method, and 2D and 3D scattering problems, solved by the asymptotical (short wave) method. The book provides worked examples throughout for analysis of the electromagnetic wave scattering processes by different objects.

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Scattering Characteristics Of Unmanned Aerial
Vehicles (Math Modeling) (2022)

Scattering Characteristics Of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Math Modeling)
(in Ukrainian)

Edited by professor O. Sukharevsky

Authors: Oleg I. Sukharevsky, Igor I Kaluzhinov, Vitaliy A. Vasilets, Stanislav A. Gorelyshev, Gennady S. Zalevsky, Ivan Ye. Ryapolov

Year: 2022

In monograph, the methods for scattering characteristics of unmanned aerial vehicles have been obtained, as well as the ways for reducing its radar visibility. Also book consists of the data about scattering characteristics of some unmanned aerial vehicles.

This book will be suited for the scientists who specialize in area of electromagnetic wave scattering by unmanned aerial vehicles and for engineers who work with radar detection and recognition algorithms for aerial radar targets.

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HANDBOOK: Scattering Characteristics of Aerial and
Ground Radar Objects (2019)

HANDBOOK: Scattering Characteristics of Aerial and Ground Radar Objects
(in Ukrainian)

Authors: Oleg I. Sukharevsky, Vitaliy A. Vasilets, Sergey V. Nechitaylo

Year: 2019

In this handbook, the scattering characteristics for 46 aerial and ground radar objects have been obtained using original calculation methods.

This book will be suited for the scientists who specialize in area of electromagnetic wave scattering by radar objects and for engineers who work with radar detection and recognition algorithms for aerial and ground radar targets.

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Electromagnetic Wave
Scattering by Aerial
and
Ground Radar Objects (2014)

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Aerial and Ground Radar Objects

Edited by professor O. Sukharevsky

Authors: Sergey V. Nechitaylo, Valery M. Orlenko, Oleg I. Sukharevsky, Vitaliy A. Vasilets

Year: 2014

Book presents the theory, original calculation methods, and computational results of the scattering characteristics of different aerial and ground radar objects. This must-have book provides essential background for computing electromagnetic wave scattering in the presence of different kinds of irregularities, as well as

Complete with radar backscattering diagrams, echo signal amplitude probability distributions, and other valuable reference material, the Book is ideal for scientists, engineers, and researchers of electromagnetic wave scattering, computational electrodynamics, and radar detection and recognition algorithms.

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Electromagnetic Wave
Scattering by Aerial
and
Ground Radar Objects (2009)

Electromagnetic Wave Scattering by Aerial and Ground Radar Objects
(In Russian)

Edited by professor O. Sukharevsky

Authors: Oleg I. Sukharevsky, Vitaliy A. Vasilets, Sergey V. Kukobko, Sergey V. Nechitaylo, Alexandr Z. Sazonov

Year: 2009

In this monograph the development of scattering electrodynamic theory has been carried out in the interests of the scattering characteristic research of radar objects. The original calculation methods for the secondary radiation of aerial and ground objects with compound shape and radioabsorbing coating has been adduced. The big quantity of scattering characteristic calculation results for some types of aerial and ground radar objects is of interest for practice. This book will be suited for the scientists who specialize in area of electromagnetic wave scattering by radar objects and for engineers who work with detection and recognizing algorithm obtaining for aerial and ground radar targets.

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