Mathematical Physics


On Huygens' Principle, Extinction Theorem, and Equivalence Principle — Part II: Metal-Material Combined System in Inhomogeneous Anisotropic Environment

Authors: Renzun Lian

In this paper, we generalize Huygens' principle (HP), extinction theorem (ET), and Franz-Harrington formulation (FHF) in two parts. In Part I, the traditional HP, ET, and FHF in homogeneous isotropic environment are generalized to inhomogeneous anisotropic lossy environment; the traditional FHF of homogeneous isotropic material system is generalized to inhomogeneous anisotropic lossy material system and then to piecewise inhomogeneous anisotropic lossy material system; the traditional HP, ET, and FHF of simply connected material system are generalized to multiply connected system and then to non-connected system; the traditional FHF of external scattering field and internal total field are generalized to internal scattering field and internal incident field. In Part I, it is proved that the generalized HP (GHP) and generalized ET (GET) are equivalent to each other; the GHP, GET, and generalized FHF (GFHF) satisfy so-called topological additivity, i.e., the GHP/GET/GFHF of whole electromagnetic (EM) system equals to the superposition of the GHP/GET/GFHF corresponding to all sub-systems. In this Part II, the above results obtained in previous Part I, which focuses on the EM system constructed by material bodies, are further generalized to the metal-material combined EM system in inhomogeneous anisotropic lossy environment, and traditional surface equivalence principle is generalized to line-surface equivalence principle.

Comments: 15 Pages.

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[v1] 2018-01-23 04:40:36
[v2] 2018-05-01 12:35:58

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