The mathematical analysis of electrical and optical wave-motion on the basis of Maxwell's equations Bateman, Harry, 1882-1946

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Bateman, Harry, 1882-1946
Electric waves; Differential equations, Partial.; Wave-motion, Theory of
  • Machine generated contents note: I.Fundamental ideas
  • II.General survey of the different methods of solving the wave-equation
  • III.Polar coordinates
  • IV.Cylindrical coordinates
  • V.The problem of diffraction
  • VI.Transformations of coordinates appropriate for the treatment of problems connected with a surface of revolution
  • VII.Homogeneous solutions of the wave-equation
  • VIII.Electromagnetic fields with moving singularities
  • IX.Miscellaneous theories.
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