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Chapter 1. The development of scattering electrodynamic theory in the interests of secondary radiation research of radar targets
1.1. The generalization of Lorenz integral lemma for the case of fields corresponding to different material fills of volume
1.2. The using of the generalized Lorenz lemma for getting up of integral presentations of distortions caused to a secondary radiation by radio transparent and absorbing layered structures
1.3. The generalized image principle and its applications for solving some scattering problems
1.3.1. The generalized image principle
1.3.2. About a calculation of underlying surface effect on the target scattering properties
1.3.3. The field calculation for radiant aperture at the presence of scatterer arbitrary system
1.4. The solve regularization for scattering transient problems obtained in physical optics approach for a bistatic case
1.4.1. The surface integral asymptotic approximation for arbitrary type of stationary phase nonsingular point and amplitude function which singular on the edge contour
1.4.2. The pulse characteristic of a perfectly conducting smooth convex object in a bistatic case (the physical optics approach). The exception of breaks on "light-shadow" boundary
1.5. About the reciprocity principle for scattered fields in a physical optics approach
1.6. The radar cross-section (RCS) of three-dimensional objects and its relationship with RCS of two-dimensional objects

Chapter 2. The calculation methods for scattering characteristics of compound shape objects
2.1. The surface geometrical modeling for compound shape objects
2.2. The calculation method for scattering characteristics of aerial objects with compound shape and non-ideally conducting surface
2.2.1. The scattering by smooth parts of object surface
2.2.2. The cubature formula for surface integrals of high frequency oscillating functions
2.2.3. The asymptotic calculation method for secondary radiation of object surface smooth parts in bistatic case
2.2.4. The scattering by edge parts of object surface with radioabsorbing coating
2.2.5. The scattering characteristic calculation for model of the cruise missile
2.2.6. The reduction of the mean RCS of a compound form object due to the optimal allocation of limited quantity of radioabsorbing material on its surface
2.2.7 The reduction of a secondary radiation of edge scattering part due to change of its shape
2.3. The scattering characteristic calculation method for ground objects of a compound shape
2.3.1. The scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by the perfectly conducting object that placed near the boundary of the uniform half-space
2.3.2. The scattering characteristics for perfectly conducting model of the ground object
2.3.3. The RCS calculation method for ground object with non-perfectly conducting surface
2.3.4. The scattering characteristics for non-perfectly conducting model of the ground object
2.4. The scattering characteristics of reflector antenna systems
2.4.1. The scattering characteristic method for electrically large antennas and actions for reduction of their radar visibility The main mathematical relations for calculation of electromagnetic field scattered by electrically large reflector antenna with radioabsorbing coating of mirror edge The research of RCS reduction for reflector antenna due to radioabsorbing coating edges
2.4.2. The scattering characteristic calculation for two-dimensional models of the on-board antenna system The geometry of the radome model The integral and integro-differential equations for the system of unclosed screens with dielectric radome The numerical method for solving obtained systems of the integral equations (the case of E-polarization) The numerical method for solving obtained systems of the integral equations (the case of H-polarization) The calculation method verification The two-dimensional modeling of scattering characteristics for on-board antenna systems with sharp-pointed radome and their analysis
2.4.3. The secondary radiation of the three-dimensional model of onboard reflector antenna with a conic radome

Chapter 3. The scattering characteristics for some aerial and ground objects
3.1. The scattering characteristics of aerial objects
3.1.1. The scattering characteristics of B-2 bomber
3.1.2. The scattering characteristics of Tu-22M3 bomber
3.1.3. The scattering characteristics of Boeing-737 plane
3.1.4. The scattering characteristics of Antonov-26 plane
3.1.5. The scattering characteristics of MiG-29 fighter
3.1.6. The scattering characteristics of F-16 fighter
3.1.7. The scattering characteristics of cruise missile AGM-86 ALCM
3.2. The scattering characteristics of ground objects
3.2.1. The scattering characteristics of tank T-90
3.2.2. The scattering characteristics of tank Leopard-2
3.2.3. The scattering characteristics of tank M1A1 Abrams

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