Interaction Notes (EMP-3)
These are the Interaction Notes, EMP-3, Notes 1-628, assembled by Dr. Carl E. Baum.

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IN 1, W. R. Graham, Electric Field-Induced Cable Currents, Jan 70, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 2, B. Cikotas and D. R. Marston, Magnetic Shielding by Cubical Conducting Mesh Enclosures, 9 Nov 65, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 3, J. N. Bombardt, Jr., Magnetic Field Shielding Degradation Due to Circular Apertures in Long Hollow Cylinders, 2l Sep 66, U.S. Army Engineering Research and Development Laboratories

IN 4, D. R. Marston, The Theoretical Basis of the MARS2 Cable Current Code, 7 Oct 66, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 5, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 6, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 7, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 8, E. F. Vance, Internal Voltages and Currents in Complex Cables, Jun 67, Stanford Research Institute

IN 9, J. N. Bombardt, Jr., Quasistatic Magnetic Field Transmission Through Circular Apertures, l7 Jul 67, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Laboratories

IN 10, R. W. Latham and K. S. H. Lee, A Study of Some Factors Affecting the Interior Field of a Semi-Infinite Pipe Exposed to a Low-Frequency Magnetic Field, Aug 67, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 11, R. W. Sassman, The Current Induced on a Finite, Perfectly Conducting, Solid Cylinder in Free Space by an Electromagnetic Pulse, 25 Jul 67, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 12, R. W. Latham and K. S. H. Lee, Theory of Inductive Shielding, 28 Mar 68, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 13, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Missile with Attached Umbilical Cable as a Receiving Antenna, Feb 63, Sandia Corp.

IN 14, R. H. Duncan and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Radio-Frequency Leakage into Missiles, Apr 63, Sandia Corp.

IN 15, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Receiving Characteristics of Two-Wire Lines Excited by Uniform and Non-Uniform Electric Fields, May 64, Sandia Corp.

IN 16, C. W. Harrison, Jr., C. D. Taylor, and R. D. Ruquist, A Preliminary Report on the Interaction of an Electromagnetic Field with a Missile Having an Ionized Trail, l5 Oct 65, Sandia Corp.

IN 17, C. D. Taylor, Electromagnetic Scattering by Thin Inhomogeneous Circular Cylinders, Jul 67, Sandia Laboratories

IN 18, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Response of Transmission Lines in Proximity to a Cylindrical Scatterer, Sep 67, Sandia Laboratories

IN 19, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and M. L. Houston, The Response of a Terminated Two-Wire Line Buried in the Earth and Excited by a Plane-Wave RF Field Generated Free Space, May 68, Sandia Laboratories

IN 20, M. L. Houston and C. W. Harrison, Jr., The Response of a Terminated Two-Wire Line Suspended in Air Above a Semi-Infinite Dissipative Medium and Excited by a Plane-Wave RF Field Generated in Free Space, May 68, Sandia Laboratories

IN 21, D. R. Marston, Approximate Method for Calculating the Currents Induced in Underground Cables by a High-Altitude Overhead Electromagnetic Field Source, 21 Jan 69, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 22, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and E. A. Aronson, On the Response of a Missile with Exhaust Trail of Tapered Conductivity to a Plane-Wave Electromagnetic Field, Dec 68, Sandia Laboratories

IN 23, R. K. McFalls and R. L. Foote, The Problems Caused by Tack Welding Reinforcing Bars in Hardened Structures, 9 Oct 68, Bell Telephone Laboratories

IN 24, D. R. Marston and W. R. Graham, Currents Induced in Cables in the Earth by a Continuous-Wave Electromagnetic Field, May 66, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 25, E. E. O'Donnell and J. W. Gordon, Direct Gamma-Induced Currents in Buried Cables, 10 Mar 69, Kaman Nuclear

IN 26, H. J. Price and D. E. Stevenson, Notes on Planar, Cylindrical Electromagnetic Waves and Propagation on Circularly-Symmetric Transmission Lines, 14 Mar 69, Kaman Nuclear

IN 27, G. E. Morgan, Some Notes on the Prediction of Generalized/Transient- Susceptibility Thresholds of Circuits, 11 Jun 69, Autonetics

IN 28, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Response of an Impedance-Loaded Electric Dipole Symmetrically Oriented within an Imperfectly Conducting Cylinder -- VLF Case, 5 Dec 58, Sandia Corp.

IN 29, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Radio Frequency Shielding of Cables, Sep 61, Sandia Corp.

IN 30, R. W. P. King and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Cylindrical Shields, Mar 61, Sandia Corp.

IN 31, C. W. Harrison, Jr., M. L. Houston, R. W. P. King, and T. T. Wu, The Propagation of Transient Electromagnetic Fields into a Cavity Formed by Two Imperfectly Conducting Sheets, Apr 64, Sandia Corp.

IN 32, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Transient Electromagnetic Field Propagation Through Infinite Sheets, into Spherical Shells, and into Hollow Cylinders, May 64, Sandia Corp.

IN 33, C. D. Taylor and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Preliminary Report on the Attenuation of Transient Fields by Imperfectly Conducting Cylindrical Shells, ll Sep 64, Sandia Corp.

IN 34, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and C. H. Papas, Preliminary Report on the Attenuation of Transient Fields by Imperfectly Conducting Spherical Shells, Jul 64, Sandia Corp.

IN 35, C. D. Taylor and C. W. Harrison, Jr., On the Attenuation of a Plane-Wave Electromagnetic Field by an Imperfectly Conducting Prolate Spheroidal Shell, Oct 66, Sandia Corp.

IN 36, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 37, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and M. L. Houston, The Response of a Terminated Two-Wire Line Buried in the Earth and Excited by a Plane-Wave RF Field Generated in Free Space, Nov 69, Sandia Co. SC-R-69-1377

IN 38, D. E. Merewether, Electromagnetic Pulse Transmission Through a Thin Sheet of Saturable Ferromagnetic Material of Infinite Surface Area, Nov 69, Sandia Laboratories

IN 39, C. D. Taylor and G. Steigerwald, Electromagnetic Pulse Excitation of a Perfectly Conducting Cylinder in a Lossy Medium, 15 Nov 68, Mississippi State University and Sandia Laboratory

IN 40, T. T. Crow, Y.-P. Liu, and C. D. Taylor, Penetration of Electromagnetic Fields Through a Small Aperture into a Cavity, 15 Nov 68, Mississippi State University

IN 41, C. D. Taylor, D.-H. Lam, and T. H. Shumpert, Electromagnetic Scattering in Time Varying, Inhomogeneous Media, 15 Nov 68, Mississippi State University

IN 42, C. D. Taylor, S-M. Lin, and H. Val McAdams, Electromagnetic Scattering from Arbitrary Configuration of Wires, 15 Nov 68, Mississippi State University

IN 43, T. H. Shumpert, Some Theoretical-Numerical Procedures for the Study of the Two-Dimensional Scattering from Arbitrary Shapes, Aug 69, Mississippi State University

IN 44, D.-H. Lam, Finite Difference Methods for Electromagnetic Scattering Problems, Aug 69, Mississippi State University

IN 45, L.-W. Chen, On Cavity Excitation Through Small Apertures, Jan 70, Mississippi State University

IN 46, H. Val McAdams, Jr., Electromagnetic Field Penetration of Wire Screens, Jan 70, Mississippi State University

IN 47, S.-M. Lin, Electromagnetic Scattering from Thin Wire Structures of Arbitrary Configuration, May 68, Mississippi State University

IN 48, Y. P. Liu, Penetration of Electromagnetic Fields Through Small Apertures into Closed Shields, Jan 69, Mississippi State University

IN 49, M. I. Sancer and A. D. Varvatsis, Electromagnetic Penetrability of Perfectly Conducting Bodies Containing an Aperture, Aug 70, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 50, J. H. Head, The Effects of the Air-Earth Interface on the Propagation Constants of a Buried Insulated Conductor, 19 Feb 70, Kaman Nuclear

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IN 51, E. E. O'Donnell, Antenna Theory Calculations of the Effects of Missile Exhaust Plumes on Missile Skin Currents (U), 25 Mar 70, Kaman Nuclear

IN 52, J. H. Head, Propagation Constants of an Insulated Conductor Buried in a Stratified Medium: The Air-Earth and Soil-Rock Interfaces, 1 Jun 70, Kaman Nuclear

IN 53, L. D. Licking and D. E. Merewether, An Analysis of Thin-Wire Circular Loop Antennas of Arbitrary Size, Aug 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 54, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 55, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 56, R. L. Monroe, Scattering of Transient Electromagnetic Waves from Conducting Surfaces in a Time Varying Plasma: Linear Approximation, 25 Sep 69, U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Research and Development Center

IN 57, R. L. Monroe, Transient Currents on a Perfectly Conducting Cylinder Immersed in a Lossy Time Varying Plasma (U), 19 Feb 70, U.S. Army Mobility Equipment Research and Development Center

IN 58, P. P. Toulios, Missile Flying Through a High-Altitude Source Region, 19 Feb 70, Illinois Institute of Technology Research Institute

IN 59, D. E. Merewether, Time Varying Air Conductivity-Results, 19 Feb 70, Sandia Laboratory

IN 60, C. W. Harrison Jr., Missile Circumferential Current Density for Plane Wave Electromagnetic Field Illumination, Oct 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 61, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Excitation of Internal Circuitry by the Propagation of an Electromagnetic Field Through a Transverse Slot in a Missile Skin, Oct 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 62, S. Frankel and Associates, Interim Report Response of a Multi-Conductor Cable to Excitation at an Open Break in the Shield, Nov 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 63, C. E. Baum, Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with an Object Which has an Electromagnetic Symmetry Plane, 3 Mar 71, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 64, P. R. Barnes, The Axial Current Induced on an Infinitely Long, Perfectly Conducting, Circular Cylinder in Free Space by a Transient Electromagnetic Plane Wave, Mar 71, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 65, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Receiving Properties of Balanced Four-Wire Transmission Lines Excited by Plane-Wave Electric Fields, Jun 64, Sandia Corporation

IN 66, C. D. Taylor, R. S. Satterwhite, and C. W. Harrison, Jr., The Response of a Terminated Two-Wire Transmission Line Excited by a Nonuniform Electromagnetic Field, Nov 65, Sandia Corporation

IN 67, D. E. Merewether, Analysis of the Shielding Characteristics of Saturable Ferromagnetic Cable Shields, Aug 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 68, D. E. Merewether, Design of Shielded Cables Using Saturable Ferromagnetic Materials, Aug 70, Sandia Laboratories

IN 69, C. L. Longmire, Direct Interaction Effects in EMP (U), 8 Jan 71, Los Alamos Nuclear Corp.

IN 70, R. W. P. King and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Excitation of an External, Terminated, Longitudinal Conductor on a Rocket by a Transverse Electromagnetic Field, Jan 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 71, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Bounds on the Load Currents of Exposed One- and Two-Conductor Transmission Lines Electromagnetically Coupled to a Rocket, Apr 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 72, R. W. P. King, Transmission Line Coupled to a Cylinder in an Incident Field, May 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 73, S. Frankel and Associates, Asymptotic Formulas for Cable Capacitance Coefficients, May 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 74, C. D. Taylor, Electromagnetic Pulse Penetration Through Small Apertures, 24 Mar 71, Mississippi State University

IN 75, F. M. Tesche, Charge Distribution on a Two-Dimensional Airfoil, May 71, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 76, C. E. Baum, Electromagnetic Pulse Interaction Close to Nuclear Bursts and Associated EMP Environment Specification, 2 Jul 71, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 77, B. Enander, Scattering by a Spherical Shell with a Small Circular Aperture, Aug 71, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 78, C. W. Harrison Jr. and R. W. P. King, Exposed Two-Wire Transmission Line Electromagnetically Coupled to a Rocket, Feb 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 79, S. Frankel and Associates, Response of a Multi-Conductor Cable to Excitation by an Arbitrary Single-Frequency, Constant-Impedance Source, Apr 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 80, S. Frankel and Associates, Response of a Multi-Conductor Transmission Line to Excitation by an Arbitrary Monochromatic Impressed Field Along the Line, Apr 71, Sandia Laboratories

IN 81, S. Frankel and Associates, Simplifications in the Study of Grounded-Shield, "Balanced" Twin-Lead Cables, Jul 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-CR-715110

IN 82, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Generalized Theory of Impedance Loaded Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines in an Incident Field, Jul 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-R-713303

IN 83, S. Frankel and Associates, Response of a Multi-Conductor Cable to an External Electromagnetic Field Final Report, Aug 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-CR-715141

IN 84, S. Gee, E. K. Miller, A. J. Poggio, E. S. Selden, and G. J. Burke, A Numerical Method for Obtaining the Current and Charge Distributions, and Near- and Far-Fields of Thin-Wire Structures, 1 Jul 71, MB Associates

IN 85, C. D. Taylor and T. T. Crow, Induced Electric Currents on Some Configurations of Wires, Part I. Perpendicular Crossed Wires, 8 Nov 71, Mississippi State University

IN 86, L. D. Licking, Response of a Short Monopole Antenna Mounted on the Skin of a Finite-Length Cylinder, Sep 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-RR-710519

IN 87, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and Ronold W. P. King, Excitation of a Coaxial Line by the Propagation of an Electromagnetic Field Through a Transverse Slot in the Sheath, Oct 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-R-713325

IN 88, C. E. Baum, On the Singularity Expansion Method for the Solution of Electromagnetic Interaction Problems, 11 Dec 71, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, AD A066905

IN 89, K. S. H. Lee, Shields with Periodic Apertures, Jan 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 90, R. W. Latham, An Approach to Certain Cable Shielding Calculations, Jan 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 91, C. D. Taylor, Axial Current Induced on a Truncated Cone: Part I Theory, Aug 71, University of Mississippi

IN 92, L. Marin and R. W. Latham, Analytical Properties of the Field Scattered by a Perfectly Conducting, Finite Body, Jan 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 93, D. E. Merewether, Transient Currents Induced on a Metallic Body of Revolution by an Electromagnetic Pulse, May 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-R-713213

IN 94, L. D. Licking, The Response of an Arbitrarily Terminated Wire Near the Side of a Conducting Cylinder, Jul 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-TM-710319

IN 95, L. D. Licking, The Receiving Properties of an Asymmetric Cylindrical Antenna, Sep 71, Sandia Laboratories, SC-RR-710475

IN 96, S. W. Lee and B. Leung, The Natural Resonance Frequency of a Thin Cylinder and its Application to EMP Studies, Feb 72, University of Illinois

IN 97, W. A. Davis, T. Itch, and R. Mittra, Electromagnetic Pulse Scattering from Hollow Cylinders and Half-Planes, Mar 72, University of Illinois

IN 98, E. F. Vance, The Current Induced in a Horizontal Conductor Near the Earth's Surface by a Monopole Antenna, Sep 65, Stanford Research Institute

IN 99, T. T. Crow and T. H. Shumpert, Electromagnetic Scattering from Configurations of Thin Wires with Multiple Junctions, 23 Mar 72, Mississippi State University

IN 100, T. T. Crow, T. H. Shumpert, and C. D. Taylor, Induced Electric Currents on Some Configurations of Wires, Part II Non-Perpendicular Intersecting Wires, 10 Apr 72, Mississippi State University and University of Mississippi

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IN 101, M. I. Sancer and A. D. Varvatsis, Calculation of the Induced Surface Current Density on a Perfectly Conducting Body of Revolution, Apr 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 102, F. M. Tesche, On the Singularity Expansion Method as Applied to Electromagnetic Scattering from Thin-Wires, Apr 72, Dikewood Corp.

IN 103, T. H. Shumpert, T. T. Crow, and C. D. Taylor, Induced Electric Currents on Configurations of Thick Wires: Perpendicular Crossed Wires, 26 May 72, Mississippi State University and University of Mississippi

IN 104, C. D. Taylor and C. W. Harrison, Jr., On the Excitation of a Coaxial Line Through a Small Aperture in the Outer Sheath, Jan 72, University of Mississippi and Sandia Laboratories

IN 105, Barth, Marvin J., Interior Fields of a Slotted Cylinder Radiated With an Electromagnetic Pulse

IN 106, L. F. Libelo and J. Bombardt, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures; I. Normal Incidence on the Slotted Plane, 2 Apr 70, U.S. Naval Ordnance Laboratory, NOLTR 70-58, AD 870703

IN 107, L. F. Libelo and J. Bombardt, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures; II. Oblique Incidence on the Slotted Plane for Parallel Polarization, 15 Jan 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, NOLTR 72-25, AD 738421

IN 108, J. N. Bombardt, Jr. and L. F. Libelo, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures, III. An Alternative Integral Equation with Analytic Kernels for the Slotted Cylinder Problem, Mar 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1585, AD 894560

IN 109, G. A. Steigerwald, Tabulated Receiving and Transmitting Characteristics of Cylindrical Antennas, Jan 72, Sandia Laboratories, SC-RR-710857, AD B053791

IN 110, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Receiving Characteristics of Impedance Loaded Slot Configurations, Feb 72, Sandia Laboratories, SC-R-722623

IN 111, J. N. Bombardt, Jr., Time-Harmonic Analysis of the Induced Current on a Thin Cylinder Above a Finitely Conducting Half-Space, 6 Jun 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories

IN 112, J. P. Martinez, Z. L. Pine, and F. M. Tesche, Numerical Results of the Singularity Expansion Method as Applied to a Plane Wave Incident on a Perfectly Conducting Sphere, May 72, Dikewood Corp.

IN 113, C. D. Taylor and D. R. Wilton, The Extended Boundary Condition Solution of the Dipole Antenna of Revolution, 7 Jun 72, Mississippi State University and University of Mississippi

IN 114, C. D. Taylor, Axial Current Induced on a Body of Revolution with Surface Anomalies, Jun 72, University of Mississippi

IN 115, K. S. H. Lee, Balanced Transmission Lines in External Fields, Jul 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 116, L. Marin, Application of the Singularity Expansion Method to Scattering from Imperfectly Conducting Bodies and Perfectly Conducting Bodies within a Parallel Plate Region, Jun 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories, AD A088198

IN 117, R. R. Lentz, P. H. Pathak, and W. D. Burnside, Surface Current and Surface Charge Density Induced on Aircraft Models, Jun 72, Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory

IN 118, R. W. Latham, Small Holes in Cable Shields, Sep 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 119, L. Marin, Natural-Mode Representation of Transient Scattering from Rotationally Symmetric, Perfectly Conducting Bodies and Numerical Results for a Prolate Spheroid, Sep 72, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 120, S. Frankel, Field Coupling Parameters for a Single Round Wire Close to a Ground Plane or Two Large Round Wires in Free Space, Apr 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TM-72-14, AD 744774

IN 121, S. Frankel, Externally Excited Transmission Line: Definition of Procedures for Determining Coupling Parameters, May 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TM-72-11, AD 743468

IN 122, J. N. Bombardt, Jr. and D. J. Spohn, The Interior Electrostatic Field of a Semi-Infinite Cylindrical Cavity in a Grounded, Conducting Half-Space, May 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TM-72-12, AD 901271

IN 123, D. J. Spohn, Magnetic Fields Inside Missile Cell-Like Structures, Jul 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1599, AD 748409

IN 124, S. Frankel, Terminal Response of Braided-Shield Cables to External Monochromatic Electromagnetic Fields, Aug 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1602, AD 748387

IN 125, S. Frankel, The Differential Equations of a Transmission Line Excited by an Impressed Field with Axial Magnetic Component, Sep 72, Sidney Frankel and Associates

IN 126, W. J. Stark, Scattering of an Electromagnetic Pulse by Rectangular Apertures in Shielded Enclosures, Oct 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories

IN 127, R. C. Kennedy, Currents Induced on a Plane and Sphere Immersed in a Time-varying Conductive Medium, 26 Apr 72, Boeing Company

IN 128, S. W. Lee, V. Jamnejad, and R. Mittra, An Asymptotic Series for Early Time Response in EMP Problems, Oct 72, University of Illinois

IN 129, C. E. Baum, On the Singularity Expansion Method for the Case of First Order Poles, 24 Oct 72, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 130, S. Frankel, TEM Response of a Multiwire Transmission Line (Cable) to an Externally Impressed Electromagnetic Field: Recipe for Analysis, 23 Feb 72, Sidney Frankel Associates

IN 131, C. D. Taylor, L-Shaped Wire Over a Ground Plane, Oct 72, Mississippi State University

IN 132, K. S. H. Lee and C. E. Baum, Application of Modal Analysis to Braided-Shield Cables, Jan 73, Dikewood Corp. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 133, K. F. Casey, Induced Currents on a Cable Shielded by Two Unidirectionally-Conducting Shells, May 73, Kansas State University

IN 134, C. D. Taylor, T. T. Crow, and K.-T. Chen, On the Singularity Expansion Method Applied to Aperture Penetration: Part I Theory, May 73, Mississippi State University, AD A082757

IN 135, S. Frankel, Quasi-TEM Transmission Line Theory, Nov 72, Sidney Frankel and Associates

IN 136, S. Frankel, Investigation of the Response of Quasi-TEM Multiwire Transmission Lines to External Fields by the Use of Laplace Transforms, Feb 73, Sidney Frankel Associates

IN 137, F. M. Tesche, Transient Behavior of EMP Induced Currents on a Sphere with a Trailing Wire Antenna Part 1. Formulation of the Integral Equations, Apr 73, Dikewood Corp.

IN 138, C. D. Taylor, On the Circumferential Current and Charge Distributions of Circular Cylinders Near a Ground Plane, Mar 73, Mississippi State University

IN 139, C. M. Butler, Integral Equations for Currents Induced on a Wire Model of a Parked Aircraft, Jan 72, University of Mississippi

IN 140, M. G. Harrison and C. M. Butler, Numerical Solutions of Integral Equations for Currents Induced on a Wire Model of a Parked Aircraft, May 72, University of Mississippi

IN 141, S. Chang and T. B. A. Senior, Scattering by a Spherical Shell with a Circular Aperture, Apr 69, University of Michigan Radiation Laboratory, AFCRL-69-0203, AD 689188

IN 142, T. B. A. Senior and G. A. Desjardins, Field Penetration Into a Spherical Cavity, Aug 73, University of Michigan Radiation Laboratory

IN 143, E. K. Miller, Some Computational Aspects of Transient Electromagnetics, 19 Sep 72, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 144, C. Flammer and H. E. Singhaus, The Interaction of Electromagnetic Pulses with an Infinitely Long Conducting Cylinder Above a Perfectly Conducting Ground, Jul 73, Stanford Research Institute

IN 145, C. Flammer, On the Scattering of Electromagnetic Waves by a Perfectly Conducting Cylinder Over a Finitely Conducting Ground, Aug 73, Stanford Research Institute

IN 146, P. R. Barnes, On the Singularity Expansion Method as Applied to the EMP Analysis and Simulation of the Cylindrical Dipole Antenna, Nov 73, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 147, H. T. Williams, Jr., Circular Loop Antenna, Dec 73, Kaman Sciences Corporation

IN 148, M. I. Sancer and A. D. Varvatsis, Surface Currents Induced on Structures Attached to an Infinite Elliptic Cylinder, Part I, Detailed Magnetic Field Integral Equation for an Attached Structure Having an Arbitrary Shape, Dec 73, Northrop Corporate Laboratories

IN 149, C. M. Butler, Formulation of Integral Equations for an Electrically Small Aperture in a Conducting Screen, Dec 73, University of Mississippi

IN 150, F. M. Tesche, Numerical Considerations for the Calculation of Currents Induced on Intersecting Wires Using the Pocklington Integro-Differential Equation, Jan 74, Science Applications, Inc.

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IN 151, D. Kajfez, Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines, Jun 72, University of Mississippi

IN 152, D. R. Wilton and K. R. Umashankar, Parametric Study of an L-Shaped Wire Using the Singularity Expansion Method, Nov 73, University of Mississippi

IN 153, E. K. Miller and F. J. Deadrick, Some Computational Aspects of Thin Wire Modeling, 19 Jun 73, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 154, P. R. Barnes, On the Input Admittance of an Infinitely Long Cylindrical Antenna Excited by a Finite Uniform Distributed Source, Feb 74, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 155, R. Mittra, Y. Rahmat-Samii, D. V. Jamnejad, and W. A. Davis, A New Look at the Thin-Plate Scattering Problem, Mar 73, University of Illinois

IN 156, Y. Rahmat-Samii and R. Mittra, Integral Equation Solution and RCS Computation of a Thin Rectangular Plate, Dec 73, University of Illinois

IN 157, P. R. Barnes, On the Response of an Infinitely Long, Perfectly Conducting, Cylindrical Antenna to an Electromagnetic Plane Wave Pulse, Feb 74, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 158, J. A. Landt, F. J. Deadrick, and E. K. Miller, Computer Analysis of the Fan Doublet Antenna, 19 Oct 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories

IN 159, D. B. Nelson, Effects of Nuclear EMP on AM Radio Broadcast Stations in the Emergency Broadcast System, Jul 71, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL-TM-2830, AD 717319

IN 160, P. R. Barnes and D. B. Nelson, Transient Response of Low Frequency Vertical Antennas to High Altitude Nuclear Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), Mar 74, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 161, T. T. Crow, B. D. Graves, and C. D. Taylor, The Singularity Expansion Method as Applied to Perpendicular Crossed Cylinders in Free Space, Oct 73, Mississippi State University

IN 162, M. R. Wilson and D. E. Merewether, Transient Currents on Surface Cables: 2-D Finite Difference Calculations, May 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories, AMRC-R-9

IN 163, M. R. Wilson, Transient Current Estimates for Finite Length Surface Cables, May 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories, AMRC-R-12

IN 164, W. J. Stark, An Analytical and Experimental Investigation of Cable Responses to a Pulsed Electromagnetic Field, Dec 72, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1618, AD 755514

IN 165, E. Marx, Effects of Resistivity on the Current Induced in an Infinite Circular Cylinder by a Plane Wave, Jan 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1617, AD 762165

IN 166, R. L. Monroe, EMP Shielding Effectiveness and Mil-STD 285, Jul 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1636, AD 771997

IN 167, R. F. Gray and R. C. McCue, Shielding Effectiveness Tests on Typical Access Facility Telephone Cables, Jul 73, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TM-73-3, AD 770421

IN 168, M. P. Fry and L. F. Libelo, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures VI., First Discussions on Generalizing Babinet's Principle in Two Dimensions, 6 Mar 73, Naval Ordnance Laboratory, NOLTR 73-43, AD 759690

IN 169, J. P. Heckl, L. F. Libelo, and J. N. Bombardt, Electromagnetic Scattering by Apertures VII., The Annularly Slotted Sphere Theory, Jul 73, Naval Ordnance Laboratory, NOLTR 73-84, AD 764880

IN 170, K. C. Chen and C. E. Baum, On EMP Excitations of Cavities with Small Openings, 2 Jan 74, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, AD B008375

IN 171, L. Marin, Quasi-Static Field Penetration Into a Two-Dimensional Rectangular Well in a Ground Plane, Mar 74, Dikewood Corp.

IN 172, E. F. Vance, Shielding Effectiveness of Braided Wire Shields, Apr 74, Stanford Research Institute, AD B008603

IN 173, J. H. Marable, J. K. Baird, and D. B. Nelson, Effects of Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) on a Power System, Dec 72, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, ORNL-4836, AD 757718

IN 174, K. R. Umashankar and D. R. Wilton, Analysis of an L-Shaped Wire Over a Conducting Ground Plane Using the Singularity Expansion Method, Mar 74, University of Mississippi, AD B008379

IN 175, J. Lam, Exact Solution of the Problem of Quasi-Static Electric Field Penetration Into a Hemispherical Indentation in an Infinite Conducting Plane, Apr 74, Dikewood Corp.

IN 176, C. D. Taylor, A Simple Procedure for Estimating the Current Induced on Cylinder-Like Conductors Illuminated by a Unit Step Electromagnetic Pulse, Jul 73, Mississippi State University

IN 177, E. K. Miller, R. M. Bevensee, A. J. Poggio, R. Adams, F. J. Deadrick, and J. A. Landt, An Evaluation of Computer Programs Using Integral Equations for the Electromagnetic Analysis of Thin Wire Structures, Mar 74, University of California and Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, AD B008500

IN 178, L. Marin, Effects of a Dielectric Jacket of a Braided-Shield Cable on EMP Coupling Calculations, May 74, Dikewood Corp.

IN 179, J. Lam, Quasi-Static Magnetic Field Penetration into a Hemispherical Indentation in an Infinite Conducting Plane, May 74, Dikewood Corp., AD B008376

IN 180, R. J. Garbacz, A Generalized Expansion for Radiated and Scattered Fields, 1968, Ohio State University

IN 181, R. H. Turpin, Basis Transformation, Least Square, and Characteristic Mode Techniques for Thin-Wire Scattering Analysis, 1970, Ohio State University

IN 182, T. K. Liu, Impedances and Field Distributions of Two Coplanar Parallel Perfectly Conducting Strips with Arbitrary Widths, Jul 74, Dikewood Corp., AFWL-TR-74-290, AD A013857

IN 183, C. W. Harrison, Jr., Response of a Terminated Transmission Line Excited by a Plane Wave Field for Arbitrary Angles of Incidence, Oct 72, Sandia Laboratories, SC-RR-72-0560, AD A082734

IN 184, C. W. Harrison, Jr. and C. D. Taylor, Multi-Conductor Antenna Transmission Lines with Arbitrarily Positioned Load Impedances in an Incident Field, Oct 72, Sandia Laboratories, SC-R-72-2695

IN 185, R. D. Jones, Diffraction of Planar Electromagnetic Waves by a Slot, Sep 73, Sandia Laboratories, SLA-73-0653

IN 186, L. Marin, Natural Modes of Certain Thin-Wire Structures, Aug 74, Dikewood Corp.

IN 187, J. R. Mautz and R. F. Harrington, Generalized Network Parameters for Bodies of Revolution, May 68, Syracuse University, AFCRL-68-0282, AD 838899

IN 188, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Radiation and Scattering from Bodies of Revolution, Jul 69, Syracuse University, AFCRL-69-0305, AD 859670

IN 189, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Computation of Radiation and Scattering from Loaded Bodies of Revolution, Jan 70, Syracuse University, AFCRL-70-0046, AD 701744

IN 190, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Computation of Green's Functions for Bodies of Revolution, Jul 70, Syracuse University, AFCRL-70-0393, AD 711099

IN 191, H. H. Chao and B. J. Strait, Computer Programs for Radiation and Scattering by Arbitrary Configurations of Bent Wires, 15 Sep 70, Syracuse University, AFCRL-70-0374, AD 714156

IN 192, K. F. Casey, Effects of Braid Resistance and Weatherproofing Jackets on Coaxial Cable Shielding, 31 Aug 74, Kansas State University, AFWL-TR-74-208, AD A014439

IN 193, R. A. Perala, Integral Equation Solution for Induced Surface Currents on Bodies of Revolution, Aug 73, Mission Research Corporation

IN 194, M. I. Sancer, R. W. Latham, and A. D. Varvatsis, Relationship Between Total Currents and Surface Current Densities Induced on Aircraft and Cylinders, Aug 74, Tetra Tech, Inc., AD B008373

IN 195, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Theory and Computation of Characteristic Modes for Conducting Bodies, Dec 70, Syracuse University, AFCRL-70-0657, AD B008372, AD 716494

IN 196, R. W. Burton, The Crossed-Dipole Structure of Aircraft in an Electromagnetic Pulse Environment, Sep 74, Naval Postgraduate School

IN 197, M. I. Sancer and A. D. Varvatsis, Analytical and Numerical EMP Coupling Solutions for a Class of Structures Attached to the Wing of an Aircraft, Oct 74, Tetra Tech, Inc., AFWL-TR-74-298, AD A013775

IN 198, F. M. Tesche, A. R. Neurether, and R. E. Stovall, The Analysis of Monopole Antennas Located on a Spherical Vehicle, Oct 74, Science Applications, Inc. and University of California

IN 199, B. D. Graves, T. T. Crow, and C. D. Taylor, On the Electromagnetic Field Penetration Through Apertures, Aug 74, Mississippi State University, AFWL-TR-74-199, AD A020487

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IN 200, A. L. Whitson, Electromagnetic Dimensional Scale Modeling, Sep 74, Stanford Research Institute

IN 201, J. H. Richmond, An Integral-Equation Solution for TE Radiation and Scattering from Conducting Cylinders, Apr 73, Ohio State University, AD B008502

IN 202, J. H. Richmond, Radiation and Scattering by Thin-Wire Structures in the Complex Frequency Domain, May 74, Ohio State University

IN 203, J. H. Richmond, Computer Program for Thin-Wire Structures in a Homogeneous Conducting Medium, Jun 74, Ohio State University

IN 204, J. H. Richmond, Computer Program for Thin-Wire Antenna Over a Perfectly Conducting Ground Plane, Oct 74, Ohio State University

IN 205, K. K. Mei, Uni-Moment Method of Solving Antenna and Scattering Problems, 13 Sep 73, University of California

IN 206, J. A. Landt, E. K. Miller, and F. J. Deadrick, Time-Domain Computer Models of Thin-Wire Antennas and Scatterers, Nov 73, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 207, F. J. Deadrick and E. K. Miller, WAMP: A Users Manual for the Wire Antenna Modeling Program, Dec 73, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, UCID-30084, AD 773769

IN 208, J. A. Landt and E. K. Miller, The Transient Characteristics of the Conical Spiral Antenna, 11 Mar 74, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 209, J. A. Landt, Peak Current Estimates: Cylinders in Free Space with Extensions to Other Structures, 15 Apr 74, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 210, J. A. Landt, E. K. Miller, and M. Van Blaricum, A Computer Program for the Time Domain Electromagnetic Response of Thin-Wire Structures, 6 May 74, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and University of Illinois

IN 211, J. A. Landt and E. K. Miller, EMP-Induced Skin Currents on Aircraft, Jun 74, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, AD B008504

IN 212, K. R. Umashankar and C. M. Butler, A Numerical Solution Procedure for Small Aperture Integral Equations, Jul 74, University of Mississippi, AD A023686, AFWL-TR-74-193

IN 213, D. R. Wilton, C. M. Butler, and K. R. Umashankar, Penetration of Electromagnetic Fields Through Small Apertures in Planar Screens: Selected Data, Sep 74, University of Mississippi, AFWL-TR-74-281, AD A021491

IN 214, D. R. Wilton and O. C. Dunaway, Electromagnetic Penetration Through Apertures of Arbitrary Shape: Formulation and Numerical Solution Procedure, Jul 74, University of Mississippi, AFWL-TR-74-192, AD A021988

IN 215, D. Kajfez, Excitation of a Terminated TEM Transmission Line Through a Small Aperture, Jul 74, University of Mississippi, AFWL-TR-74-195, AD A021488

IN 216, R. W. P. King and T. T. Wu, Analysis of Crossed Wires in a Plane-Wave Field, Jul 74, Harvard University, AD B008505

IN 217, C. E. Baum and B. K. Singaraju, Generalization of Babinet's Principle in Terms of the Combined Field to Include Impedance Loaded Aperture Antennas and Scatterers, 27 Sep 74, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 218, D. R. Wilton and C. M. Butler, On Some Simple, Numerically Efficient Techniques for Handling Electric-Field Integral Equations, Jan 75, University of Mississippi

IN 219, C. E. Baum, K. C. Chen, and B. K. Singaraju, Categorization of the Types of Apertures, 27 Jan 75, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 220, T. B. A. Senior, The Spherical Cavity Problem, Jan 75, University of Michigan Radiation Laboratory, AFWL-TR-75-72 , AD A017324

IN 221, T. B. A. Senior, Field Penetration into a Cylindrical Cavity, Jan 75, University of Michigan Radiation Laboratory, AFWL-TR-75-92, AD A017323

IN 222, C. L. Bennett, Jr. and W. L. Weeks, A Technique for Computing Approximate Electromagnetic Impulse Response of Conducting Bodies, Jun 68, Purdue University

IN 223, T. K. Liu and F. M. Tesche, Analysis of Antennas and Scatterers with Non-Linear Loads, May 75, Dikewood Corp. and Science Applications, Inc.

IN 224, Y. Rahmat-Samii and R. Mittra, A New Integral Equation Solution of Electromagnetic Aperture Coupling and Thin Plate Scattering Problems, Feb 75, University of Illinois

IN 225, E. K. Miller, Computer Models for Antennas, 21 Jan 74, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory

IN 226, C. L. Bennett, J. D. DeLorenzo, and A. M. Auckenthaler, Integral Equation Approach to Wideband Inverse Scattering, Volume I: Development of Procedures for Numerical Solution, Jun 70, Sperry Rand Research Center, RADC-TR-70-177 VOL.1, AD 876894

IN 227, C. L. Bennett, J. D. DeLorenzo, and A. M. Auckenthaler, Integral Equation Approach to Wideband Inverse Scattering, Volume II: Computer Program Descriptions and Listings, Jun 70, Sperry Rand Research Center, RADC-TR-70-177 VOL.2, AD 876626

IN 228, T. K. Liu, K. S. H. Lee, and L. Marin, Broadband Responses of Deliberate Aircraft Antennas, Part I, May 75, Dikewood Corp.

IN 229, C. E. Baum, On the Eigenmode Expansion Method for Electromagnetic Scattering and Antenna Problems, Part I: Some Basic Relations for Eigenmode Expansions, and Their Relation to the Singularity Expansion, 13 Jan 75, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 230, J. P. Castillo, K. C. Chen, and B. K. Singaraju, Calculation of Currents Induced on a Disk by a Wire Grid Code, 14 Feb 75, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 231, K. S. H. Lee, L. Marin, and J. P. Castillo, Limitations of Wire-Grid Modeling of a Closed Surface, May 75, Dikewood Corp. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 232, R. S. Smith, J. D. DeLorenzo, and C. L. Bennett, Measurements of and Discrimination with Smoothed Impulse Responses of Radar Targets, Nov 70, Sperry Rand Research Center

IN 233, C. L. Bennett, A. M. Auckenthaler, R. S. Smith, and J. D. DeLorenzo, Space Time Integral Equation Approach to the Large Body Scattering Problem, Jan 73, Sperry Research Center, RADC-TR-73-70, AD 763794

IN 234, C. L. Bennett, K. S. Menger, R. Hieronymus, J. DeLorenzo, and D. Anderson, Space Time Integral Equation Approach for Targets with Edges, Jul 74, Sperry Rand Research Center, RADC-TR-74-132, AD 785120

IN 235, R. J. Lytle and F. J. Deadrick, Determining the Natural Frequencies of Spheroids Via the Boundary-Value Problem Formulation, 25 Apr 75, Lawrence Radiation Laboratory

IN 236, K. R. Umashankar and D. R. Wilton, Transient Scattering by a Thin Wire in Free Space and Above Ground Plane Using the Singularity Expansion Method, Aug 74, University of Mississippi

IN 237, D. K. Cheng and C. A. Chen, On Transient Electromagnetic Excitation of a Rectangular Cavity Through an Aperture, Feb 75, Syracuse University, AFWL-TR-75-91, AD A030364

IN 238, C. M. Butler, B. M. Duff, R. W. P. King, E. Yung, and Santiago Singarayar, Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of Thin-Wire Structures: Junction Conditions, Currents, and Charges, Feb 75, University of Mississippi and Harvard University

IN 239, Y. Hwang and W. D. Burnside, Currents Induced on Metal/Dielectric Structures for TM Plane Wave Incidence, Jan 75, Ohio State University ElectroScience Laboratory, AFWL-TR-75-116, AD A026896

IN 240, R. Mittra and L. W. Pearson, Penetration of Electromagnetic Pulses Through Larger Apertures in Shielded Enclosures, Feb 75, University of Illinois, AFWL-TR-75-95, AD A029516

IN 241, C. D. Taylor, K. T. Chen, and T. T. Crow, An Improvement on Wire Modeling for Determining the EMP Interaction with Aircraft, Oct 74, Mississippi State University, AD B012399, AFWL-TR-74-317

IN 242, D. J. Spohn, An Integral Equation for the Interior Electromagnetic Field of a Semi-Infinite Cylindrical Waveguide in a Conducting Half-Space Excited by a Normally Incident Plane Wave, Dec 74, Harry Diamond Laboratories, AD A013357, HDL-TR-1678

IN 243, L. C. Levitt and E. Marx, Contributions to the Theory of Wave Propagation on Long Wires Above Ground, Dec 74, Harry Diamond Laboratories, AD A012178, HDL-TR-1693

IN 244, J. N. Bombardt, Jr. and L. F. Libelo, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures V. Surface Current, Tangential Aperture Electric Field, and Back Scattering Cross-Section for the Axially Slotted Cylinder at Normal, Symmetric Incidence, Apr 75, Naval Surface Weapons Center, AD A011050, NSWC/WOL/TR-75-39

IN 245, M. L. Van Blaricum and R. Mittra, A Technique for Extracting the Poles and Residues of a System Directly from its Transient Response, Feb 75, University of Illinois

IN 246, J. H. Marable, Paul R. Barnes, and David B. Nelson, Power System EMP Protection, May 75, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, AD A010801, ORNL-4958

IN 247, R. Mittra and Y. Rahmat-Samii, A Spectral Domain Approach for Constructing Asymptotic Solutions to High Frequency Scattering Problems, 5 Aug 75, University of Illinois

IN 248, F. M. Tesche, M. A. Morgan, B. Fishbine, and E. R. Parkinson, Internal Interaction Analysis: Topological Concepts and Needed Model Improvements, Jul 75, Science Applications, Inc., AD A027047, AFWL-TR-75-282

IN 249, M. A. Morgan and F. M. Tesche, Statistical Analysis of Critical Load Excitations Induced on a Random Cable System by an Incident Driving Field: Basic Concepts and Methodology, Jul 75, Science Applications, Inc., AD A024840, AFWL-TR-76-199

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IN 250, J. Lam, Interaction of a Rectangular Ferrite Slab with Magnetic Fields, Sep 75, Dikewood Industries, Inc.,AFWL-TR-76-199, AD A041944

IN 251, C. M. Butler and K. R. Umashankar, Electromagnetic Excitation of a Wire Through an Aperture-Perforated, Conducting Screen, Jun 75, University of Mississippi

IN 252, W. A. Davis and R. Mittra, Hybrid Equations for Thin Perfectly-Conducting Scatterers, Oct 75, Air Force Institute of Technology and University of Illinois

IN 253, L. Marin and T. K. Liu, A Simple Way of Solving Transient Thin-Wire Problems, Oct 75, Dikewood Corp.

IN 254, R. Mittra and W.-L. Ko, A New Approach Based on a Combination of Integral Equation and Asymptotic Techniques for Solving Electromagnetic Scattering Problems, 1 Oct 75, University of Illinois

IN 255, G. E. Morgan, EMP Hardening of Aircraft by Closing the Points-of-Entry, Oct 75, Rockwell International

IN 256, E. F. Vance, HEMP on Commercial AC Power Entries, 27 Nov 75, Stanford Research Institute

IN 257, R. W. Burton and R. W. P. King, Induced Currents and Charges on Thin Cylinders in a Time-Varying Electromagnetic Field, Aug 75, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and Harvard University, AD A027014

IN 258, R. W. Burton and R. W. P. King, Measured Currents and Charges on Thin Crossed Antennas in a Plane-Wave Field, Sep 75, U.S. Naval Postgraduate School and Harvard University, AD A017818

IN 259, K. R. Umashankar and D. R. Wilton, Transient Characterization of Circular Loop Using Singularity Expansion Method, Aug 74, University of Mississippi

IN 260, J. N. Bombardt, Jr., Electromagnetic Response of a Sphere Over a Ground Plane in the Presence of Source and Conduction Currents in the Air, Oct 75, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1716, AD A018142

IN 261, W. A. Davis, Numerical Solutions to the Problems of Electromagnetic Radiation and Scattering by a Finite Hollow Cylinder, Dec 75, University of Illinois, AD A001116

IN 262, C. D. Taylor, On the Exact Theory of a Prolate Spheroidal Receiving and Scattering Antenna, Mar 67, Sandia Corp., SC-R-67-1089

IN 263, C. D. Taylor and C. W. Harrison, Jr., Charge Density Induced on the Surface of a Prolate Spheroid Illuminated by a Plane Wave Electromagnetic Field, Jan 76, Mississippi State University and General Electromagnetics

IN 264, F. M. Tesche, M. A. Morgan, and B. H. Fishbine, Evaluation of Present Internal EMP Interaction Technology: Description of Needed Improvements, Oct 75, Science Applications, Inc.

IN 265, J. R. Wait, Electromagnetic Field Analysis for a Coaxial Cable with Periodic Slots, 23 Feb 76, CIRES, University of Colorado/NOAA

IN 266, J. R. Wait, Electromagnetic Theory of the Loosely Braided Coaxial Cable, Part I, 23 Feb 76, CIRES, University of Colorado/NOAA

IN 267, K. F. Casey, On the Effective Transfer Impedance of Thin Coaxial Cable Shields, Mar 76, Kansas State University

IN 268, R. W. P. King and T. T. Wu, Analysis of Crossed Wires in a Plane-Wave Field (II), Nov 75, Harvard University, AD A027082, AD 784972

IN 269, R. W. P. King and T. T. Wu, The Tapered Antenna and its Application to the Junction Problem for Thin Wires, Jan 76, Harvard University, AD A027122

IN 270, E. P. Sayre, Transient Response of Wire Antennas and Scatterers, May 69, Syracuse University, TR-69-4

IN 271, J. R. Mautz and R. F. Harrington, Computer Programs for Characteristic Modes of Bodies of Revolution, Jan 71, Syracuse University, AFCRL-71-0014, AD 718969

IN 272, J. R. Mautz and R. F. Harrington, Computer Programs for Characteristic Modes of Wire Objects, Mar 71, Syracuse University, AFCRL-71-0174, AD 722062

IN 273, J. R. Mautz and R. F. Harrington, Control of Radar Scattering by Reactive Loading, Aug 71, Syracuse University, AFCRL-71-0429, AD 729926

IN 274, D.-C. Kuo and B. J. Strait, A Program for Computing Near Fields of Thin Wire Antennas, 15 Sep 71, Syracuse University, AFCRL-71-0463, AD 731178

IN 275, D.-C. Kuo and B. J. Strait, Improved Programs for Analysis of Radiation and Scattering by Configurations of Arbitrarily Bent Thin Wires, 15 Jan 72, Syracuse University, AFCRL-72-0051, AD 739203

IN 276, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Modal Analysis of Loaded N-Port Scatterers, Mar 72, Syracuse University, AFCRL-72-0179, AD 741809

IN 277, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, Synthesis of Loaded N-Port Scatterers, Oct 72, Syracuse University, AFCRL-72-0665, AD 755914

IN 278, J. R. Mautz, Optimum Seeking Programs for Increasing the Radar Cross Section from Reactively Loaded Scatterers Over a Frequency Band, Sep 72, Syracuse University Research Corp., SURC TR-72-261

IN 279, J. R. Mautz, Scattering from Loaded Wire Objects Near a Loaded Surface of Revolution, Jan 74, Syracuse University Research Corp., SURC TN-74-030

IN 280, Y. Chang and R. F. Harrington, A Surface Formulation for Characteristic Modes of Material Bodies, Oct 74, Syracuse University, TR-74-7, AD A000285

IN 281, R. F. Harrington and J. R. Mautz, A Generalized Network Formulation for Aperture Problems, Nov 75, Syracuse University, TR-75-13, AD A019690, AFCRL-TR-75-0589

IN 282, J. R. Mautz and R. F. Harrington, Electromagnetic Transmission Through a Rectangular Aperture in a Perfectly Conducting Plane, Feb 76, Syracuse University, TR-76-1,AD A107521, AFCRL-TR-76-0056

IN 283, J. Klebers, Electromagnetic Pulse Coupling with Lossless Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines, Jun 75, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1711, AD A019099

IN 284, R. L. Monroe, Transient Currents in Partially Shielded Conductors: A Circuit Model, Nov 75, Harry Diamond Laboratories, HDL-TR-1736, AD A025135

IN 285, Keyser, Robert C., Modeling Techniques For Multiconductor Cables: Theory & Practice

IN 286, R. L. Kligman and L. F. Libelo, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures VIII. The Normally Slotted Cylinder Theory, 7 Jun 74, Naval Ordnance Laboratory, NOLTR 74-35, AD 786727

IN 287, L. F. Libelo and C. L. Andrews, Scattering of Electromagnetic Radiation by Apertures: IX. Surface Current Distribution Over a Closed Cylindrical Can at Broadside Incidence, Feb 76, Naval Surface Weapons Center and SUNYA, NSWC/WOL-TR-75-163, AD A024457

IN 288, L. F. Libelo, A. G. Henney, J. N. Bombardt, and F. S. Libelo, S.E.R.A.X. The Axially Slotted Infinite Cylinder - Internal and Near Aperture Fields, Surface Current, Aperture Field and B.S.C.S. for Intermediate Slot Angles, Jan 76, Naval Surface Weapons Center and HDL, NSWC/WOL/TR 75-162, AD A023470

IN 289, L. F. Libelo, R. S. Dunbar, and J. N. Bombardt, Scattering of Electro-magnetic Radiation by Apertures: XIII. The Electric Field in the Slot Near the TM01 Cutoff for a Longitudinally Narrow Slotted Conducting Cylinder, Apr 76, Naval Surface Weapons Center, SUNYA, and HDL, NSWC/WOL/TR 76-39, AD A026084

IN 290, D. E. Merewether and T. F. Ezell, The Effect of Mutual Inductance and Mutual Capacitance on the Transient Response of Braided-Shield Coaxial Cables, May 75, Mission Research Corp., AMRC-R-46

IN 291, W. J. Karzas and C. T. C. Mo, Linear and Non-Linear EMP Diffusion Through a Ferromagnetic Conducting Slab, Jul 75, R & D Associates, RDA-TR-9000-001, AD A021452

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IN 293, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 294, NOT YET AVAILABLE

IN 295, C. E. Baum, Single Port Equivalent Circuits for Antennas and Scatterers, 29 Mar 76, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 296, L. W. Pearson and R. Mittra, The Singularity Expansion Representation of the Transient Electromagnetic Coupling Through a Rectangular Aperture, Jun 76, University of Illinois, AD A036999, AFWL-TR-76-249, AD A037353, AFOSR-TR-77-0132

IN 297, B. K. Singaraju and R. L. Gardner, Transient Response of a Helical Antenna, 27 Jul 76, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 298, M. I. Sancer, Fundamental Errors Associated with the Gross Modeling of the Physical Features of Metallic Enclosures, Dec 76, R & D Associates, AD A038558, AFWL-TR-76-297

IN 299, C. H. Papas, An Application of Symmetrization to EMP Penetration Through Apertures, Dec 76, California Institute of Technology, AD B029542, AFWL-TR-77-154

IN 300, C. E. Baum, Emerging Technology for Transient and Broadband Analysis and Synthesis of Antennas and Scatterers, Nov 76, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, AD A056639, AFWL-TR-78-502

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IN 301, M. L. Van Blaricum and R. Mittra, Techniques for Extracting the Complex Resonances of a System Directly from its Transient Response, Dec 75, University of Illinois, AD A039881, AFWL-TR-76-250, AFOSR-TR-89-0774

IN 302, J. Lam, Propagation Characteristics of a Periodically Loaded Transmission Line, Nov 76, Dikewood Corp., AD A041957, AFWL-TR-76-324

IN 303, J. Lam, Equivalent Lumped Parameters for a Bend in a Two-Wire Transmission Line: Part I. Inductance, Dec 76, Dikewood Corp., AD A042038, AFWL-TR-77-5

IN 304, J. Lam, Equivalent Lumped Parameters for a Bend in a Two-Wire Transmission Line: Part II. Capacitance, Jan 77, Dikewood Corp., AD A042038, AFWL-TR-77-5

IN 305, J. Lam, Theoretical Study of the Electrical Corona on a Long Wire, Jun 76, Dikewood Industries, Inc., AD A045858, AFWL-TR-76-230

IN 306, E. F. Vance, Shielding and Grounding Topology for Interference Control, Apr 77, Stanford Research Institute

IN 307, F. M. Tesche and T. K. Liu, An Electric Model for a Cable Clamp on a Single Wire Transmission Line, Dec 76, Science Applications, Inc., AD A041893, AFWL-TR-76-325

IN 308, C. M. Butler, Y. Rahmat-Samii, and R. Mittra, A Review of Electromagnetic Penetration Through Apertures in Conducting Surfaces for EMP Applications, 15 Aug 76, University of Mississippi and University of Illinois

IN 309, T. K. Liu, Electromagnetic Coupling Between Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines in a Homogeneous Medium, Dec 76, Science Applications, Inc., AD A040267, AFWL-TR-76-333

IN 310, S. Coen, T. K. Liu, and F. M. Tesche, Calculation of the Equivalent Capacitance of a Rib Near a Single-Wire Transmission Line, Feb 77, Science Applications, Inc., AD A041446, AFWL-TR-77-60

IN 311, A. K. Agrawal, K.-M. Lee, L. D. Scott, and H. M. Fowles, Experimental Characterization of Multi-Conductor Transmission Lines in Frequency Domain, Jun 77, Mission Research Corp.

IN 312, C.-T. Tai, Transients on Lossless Terminated Transmission Lines, 8 Jun 77, University of Michigan

IN 313, P. S. Book and H. J. Price, A Transmission Line Corona Experiment, Oct 76, Kaman Sciences Corp., AD B018589, AFWL-TR-76-281

IN 314, G. Bedrosian and K. S. H. Lee, EMP Penetration Through Metal Skin Panels and Into Aircraft Cavities, Aug 76, Dikewood Corp., AD B029536, AFWL-TR-77-131

IN 315, K. F. Casey, EMP Penetration Through Advanced Composite Skin Panels, Dec 76, EMtec, Inc., AD B029537,AFWL-TR-77-132

IN 316, K. S. H. Lee, F. C. Yang, and K. C. Chen, Cavity Excitation Via Apertures, Feb 77, Dikewood Corp. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory, AD B029540, AFWL-TR-77-147

IN 317, K. S. H. Lee and F. C. Yang, A Wire Passing by a Circular Aperture in an Infinite Ground Plane, Feb 77, Dikewood Corp., AD A055583, AFWL-TR-77-52

IN 318, F. M. Tesche and T. K. Liu, Selected Topics in Transmission-Line Theory for EMP Internal Interaction Problems, Mar 77, Science Applications, Inc.

IN 319, S.-K. Chang, T. K. Liu, and F. M. Tesche, Calculation of the Per-Unit-Length Capacitance Matrix for Shielded Insulated Wires, Apr 77, Science Applications, Inc., AD A039174,AFWL-TR-77-89

IN 320, M. I. Sancer, S. Siegel, and A. D. Varvatsis, Foundation of the Magnetic Field Integral Equation Code for the Calculation of Electromagnetic Pulse External Interaction with Aircraft, Dec 76, TDR, Inc., Los Angeles, California, AD A039953, AFWL-TR-76-279

IN 321, W. R. Graham and C. T. C. Mo, Probability Distribution of CW Induced Currents on Randomly Oriented Subresonant Loops and Wires, May 76, R & D Associates, DNA 4162T, AD A038720

IN 322, C. E. Baum, T. K. Liu, F. M. Tesche, and S. K. Chang, Numerical Results for Multi-Conductor Transmission-Line Networks, Sep 77, Air Force Weapons Laboratory and Science Applications, Inc., AD A049451,AFWL-TR-77-123

IN 323, D. L. Jaggard, Transmission Through One or More Small Apertures of Arbitrary Shape, Sep 77, California Institute of Technology, AD B029950, AFWL-TR-77-173

IN 324, D. L. Jaggard and C. H. Papas, On the Application of Symmetrization to the Transmission of Electromagnetic Waves Through Small Convex Apertures of Arbitrary Shape, Oct 77, California Institute of Technology, AD A103053, AFWL-TR-79-30

IN 325, A. D. Varvatsis and M. I. Sancer, Electromagnetic Pulse Penetration Through Dielectric Skin Panels on the Leading Edge of Aircraft Wings, May 77, TDR, Inc., Los Angeles, California, AD B029951, AFWL-TR-77-174

IN 326, G. Bedrosian, Stick-Model Characterization of the Natural Frequencies and Natural Modes of the Aircraft, 14 Sep 77, Dikewood Industries, Inc.

IN 327, G. Bedrosian, Stick-Model Characterization of the Total Axial Current and Linear Charge Density on the Surface of an Aircraft Subjected to an EMP: Frequency-Domain External-Interaction Current and Charge Transfer Functions, 13 Sep 77, Dikewood Industries, Inc.

IN 328, K. S. H. Lee, Y. C. Yang, and K. C. Chen, Cavity Excitation Via Apertures, 29 Jun 77, Dikewood Industries, Inc. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory, AD BO29540, AFWL-TR-77-147

IN 329, P. Vincent, Singularity Expansions for Cylinders of Finite Conductivity, 24 Jun 77, Laboratoire d'Optique Electromagnetique, France

IN 330, K. R. Umashankar and J. R. Wait, Electromagnetic Coupling to an Infinite Cable Placed Behind a Slot Perforated Screen, Jun 77, University of Colorado

IN 331, C. T. C. Mo, Statistical Relationship Between Testing and Predictions of EMP Interaction, Jan 77, R & D Associates

IN 332, A. K. Agrawal, H. M. Fowles, and L. D. Scott, Experimental Characterization of Multi-conductor Transmission Lines in Inhomogeneous Media Using Time Domain Techniques, Feb 78, Mission Research Corp.

IN 333, A. K. Agrawal, H. M. Fowles, L. D. Scott, and L. T. Simpson, Time Domain Analysis of Multi-conductor Transmission Lines with Branches in Inhomogeneous Media, Feb 78, Mission Research Corp.

IN 334, E. K. Miller and J. A. Landt, Direct Time-Domain Techniques for Transient Radiation and Scattering, 1 Jul 76, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory and Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory

IN 335, R. W. P. King, R. W. Burton, and L. C. Shen, Induced Currents and Charges on Cylinders and Crossed Cylinders by an Electromagnetic Field, Dec 76, Harvard University, AD A039593, AFWL-TR-76-296

IN 336, T. T. Wu, R. W. P. King, D. J. Blejer, S.-K. Wan, M. Owens, R. W. Burton, L. C. Shen, and M. E. Burton, Advanced Aircraft EMP Model Development: Surface Currents and Charges Induced on Cylinders, Crossed Cylinders and Cylinders Crossed with Horizontal Flat Plates by a Normally Incident, Plane Electromagnetic Wave, Oct 77, Harvard University

IN 337, D. V. Giri, F. M. Tesche, and S. K. Chang, A Note on the Transverse Distributions of Surface Charge Densities on Multi-conductor Transmission Lines, 1 Apr 78, Science Applications, Inc.

IN 338, L. Ersoy and N. Wang, Surface Current and Charge Density Induced on an Infinite, Perfectly Conducting Circular Cylinder in the Presence of Finite Axial Thin Wire - Transverse Magnetic Case, Jun 77, Ohio State University, AD A110079

IN 339, C. M. Butler, D. R. Wilton, K. F. Casey, S. K. Chang, F. M. Tesche and T. K. Liu, Selected Topics in EMP Interaction, Aug 76, University of Mississippi, Kansas State University, and Science Applications, Inc.

IN 340, C. L. Yu and W. D. Burnside, High Frequency Surface Current and Charge Densities Induced on Aircraft by a Plane Electromagnetic Wave, Jun 77, Ohio State University, AD A059810, AFWL-TR-77-155

IN 341, K. F. Casey, Electromagnetic Shielding by Advanced Composite Materials, Jun 77, Kansas State University

IN 342, H. J. Fletcher and A. K. Harrison, Fields in a Rectangular Cavity Excited by a Plane Wave on an Elliptical Aperture, Jun 78, Eyring Research Institute

IN 343, K. R. Umashankar and C. E. Baum, Transient Electromagnetic Characterization of Arbitrary Conducting Bodies Through an Aperture-Perforated Conducting Screen, Mar 78, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 344, G. Bedrosian, A Comparison of Stick Model Skin Current Predictions with Scale Model Measurements for the E-4 and EC-135 Aircraft, Jan 78, Dikewood Corp.

IN 345, D. B. Seidel, D. G. Dudley, and C. M. Butler, Aperture Excitation of a Wire in a Rectangular Cavity, Jun 77, University of Arizona and University of Mississippi

IN 346, H. Fletcher and A. Harrison, Electromagnetic Penetration Through a Circular Aperture in a Plane Screen Separating a Conducting Medium and a Non-Conducting Medium, Oct 78, Eyring Research Institute

IN 347, D. Kajfez and D. R. Wilton, Small Aperture on a Multi-conductor Transmission Line Filled with Inhomogeneous Dielectrics, Nov 77, University of Mississippi

IN 348, C. D. Taylor and J. P. Castillo, On the Electromagnetic Field Excitation of Unshielded Multi-conductor Cables, Jan 78, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 349, D. V. Giri, S. K. Chang, and F. M. Tesche, A Coupling Model for a Pair of Skewed Transmission Lines, 12 Sep 78, Science Applications, Inc.

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IN 350, C. E. Baum, T. K. Liu, and F. M. Tesche, On the Analysis of General Multi-conductor Transmission - Line Networks, Nov 78, Air Force Weapons Laboratory and LuTech, Inc.

IN 351, F. M. Tesche, T. K. Liu, S. K. Chang, and D. V. Giri, Field Excitation of Multi-conductor Transmission Lines, Sep 78, LuTech, Inc.

IN 352, H. J. Fletcher and A. Harrison, Diffraction Through a Circular Aperture in a Screen Separating Two Different Media, Dec 78, Eyring Research Institute

IN 353, D. E. Merewether, R. B. Cook, and R. Fisher, The Receiving Properties of the Small Annular Slot Antenna, 29 Sep 78, Electro Magnetic Applications, Inc.

IN 354, M. I. Sancer, S. Sigel, and A. D. Varvatsis, Formulation of Electromagnetic Pulse External Interaction Above a Lossy Earth/Comparison of Numerical Results with Experimental Data for Limiting Cases, Oct 78, TDR, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, AD A071327, AFWL-TR-78-173

IN 355, M. I. Sancer, A. D. Varvatsis, and S. Siegel, Pseudosymmetric Eigenmode Expansion for the Magnetic Field Integral Equation and SEM Consequences, Oct 78, TDR, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, AD A071429, AFWL-TR-78-172

IN 356, C. T. C. Mo, Statistical Modeling of EMP Interaction, Mar 79, R & D Associates

IN 357, A. D. Varvatsis, EEM and SEM Parameter Variation Due to Surface Perturbations of a Metallic Sphere, Mar 79, R & D Associates

IN 358, L. L. DeRaad, Jr. and C. T. C. Mo, On Statistical Error in EMP Interaction Paths, Mar 79, R & D Associates

IN 359, D. R. Wilton and K. R. Umashankar, The Circumferential Current Distribution on an Infinite Circular Cylinder Above a Ground Plane, Feb 79, University of Mississippi and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 360, L. W. Pearson and D. R. Roberson, Extrapolation of Induced Transient Surface Currents on a Scatterer to General Band-Limited Excitation Conditions, Oct 78, University of Kentucky, RR 78-3, AD A067672

IN 361, C. B. Sharpe and C. J. Roussi, Equivalent Circuit Representation of Radiation Systems, Apr 79, University of Michigan

IN 362, C. Taylor, V. Naik, and T. Crow, A Study of the EMP Interaction with Aircraft Over an Imperfect Ground Plane, May 79, Mississippi State University, AD A070388, AFWL-TR-78-163

IN 363, G. J. Burke and A. J. Poggio, Numerical Electromagnetic Code (NEC), Method of Moments, Volume I- Program Description Theory, Jul 77, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, NOSC-TD-116pt1, AD A075289, AFWL-TR-76-320 VOL.1

IN 364, S. W. Lee, Geometrical Theory of Diffraction in Electromagnetics, Volume I: Geometrical Optics, May 78, University of Illinois

IN 365, G. Franceschetti, Fundamentals of Steady-State and Transient Electromagnetic Fields in Shielding Enclosures, Oct 77, University of Illinois

IN 366, G. Franceschetti and C. H. Papas, Steady-State and Transient Electromagnetic Coupling Through Slabs, Oct 78, California Institute of Technology, AD A103052, AFWL-TR-79-29

IN 367, A. K. Agrawal, H. J. Price, and S. H. Gurbaxani, Transient Response of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Excited by a Nonuniform Electromagnetic Field, Jul 79, Mission Research Corp. and University of New Mexico

IN 368, B. M. Duff, Angular Variation of Current on Moderately Thin Cylindrical Scatterers, Oct 76, University of Mississippi, AD A053574, AFWL-TR-78-0769

IN 369, P. S. Book, Study of Corona in a Transmission Line Test Facility, 17 Nov 78, Kaman Sciences Corp.

IN 370, C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Vol I - Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory, Apr 76, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol I, AD A025028

IN 371, A. E. Feather and C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Vol II - Computation of the Capacitance Matrices for Ribbon Cables, Apr 76, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol II, AD A025029

IN 372, C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Prediction of Crosstalk in Random Cable Bundles, Feb 77, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol III, AD A038316

IN 373, C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Vol IV - Prediction of Crosstalk in Ribbon Cables, Feb 78, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol IV, AD A053548

IN 374, J. W. McKnight and C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Vol V - Prediction of Crosstalk Involving Twisted Wire Pairs, Feb 78, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol V, AD A053559

IN 375, C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Vol VI - A Digital Computer Program for Determining Terminal Currents Induced in a Multi-conductor Transmission Line by an Incident Electromagnetic Field, Feb 78, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol VI, AD A053560

IN 376, C. R. Paul, Applications of Multi-conductor Transmission Line Theory to the Prediction of Cable Coupling, Jul 77, University of Kentucky, RADC-TR-76-101, Vol VII, AD A046662

IN 377, B. K. Singaraju and C. E. Baum, A Procedure for Constructing Single Port Equivalent Circuits from the SEM Solution, Sep 78, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 378, A. Q. Howard, Jr., A Geometric Theory of Natural Oscillation Frequencies in Exterior Scattering Problems, 1 Oct 79, University of Arizona, AD A079304, AFOSR-TR-79-1305

IN 379, K. S. Cho and J. T. Cordaro, Calculation of the Singularity Expansion Method Parameters from the Transient Response of a Thin Wire, Sep 79, University of New Mexico, AD A078852, AFOSR-TR-79-1306

IN 380, E. F. Vance, On Electromagnetic Interference Control, Oct 79, Stanford Research Institute International

IN 381, K. F. Casey, Static Electric and Magnetic Field Penetration of a Spherical Shield Through a Circular Aperture, 8 Feb 80, Dikewood Corp.

IN 382, W. A. Davis, Some Comments on Magnetic Polarizabilities, Feb 80, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

IN 383, J. T. Cordaro and W. A. Davis, Time-Domain Techniques in the Singularity Expansion Method, Feb 80, University of New Mexico and Virginia State University

IN 384, W. A. Davis, Bounding Signal Levels at Wire Terminations Behind Apertures, Feb 80, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

IN 385, G. W. Streable and L. W. Pearson, On the Physical Realizability of Broad-Band Equivalent Circuits for Wire Loop and Dipole Antennas, May 79, University of Kentucky, AD A079961, AFOSR-TR-80-0003

IN 386, L. W. Pearson and D. R. Wilton, On the Physical Realizability of Broadband Lumped-Parameter Equivalent Circuits for Energy-Collecting Structures, Jul 79, University of Kentucky, AD A079962, AFOSR-TR-80-0004

IN 387, K. F. Casey, Quasistatic Electromagnetic Penetration of a Mesh-Loaded Circular Aperture, 7 Mar 80, Dikewood Industries, Inc.

IN 388, D. R. Wilton, S. S. M. Rao, and A. W. Glisson, Electromagnetic Scattering by Surfaces of Arbitrary Shape, Sep 79, University of Mississippi, AD A084347, RADC-TR-79-325

IN 389, H. J. Price, R. H. St. John, and D. E. Merewether, Two-Port Representation of a Linear Transmission Line in the Time Domain, Jan 79, Mission Research Corp. and Electromagnetic Applications, AMRC-R-170, AD A082928, AFWL-TR-79-18

IN 390, K. M. Lee, Coupling Effects Between Buried Insulated Cables, Apr 77, Mission Research Corp., AMRC-N-57

IN 391, R. H. St. John and J. R. Schmelzer, EMP Study of a Proposed Underground Antenna, Aug 79, Mission Research Corp., AMRC-R-193

IN 392, D. L. Jaggard, A. R. Mickelson, and C. H. Papas, On Electromagnetic Waves in Chiral Media, Jul 78, California Institute of Technology, AD A103051, AFWL-TR-78-28

IN 393, A. K. Agrawal and H. J. Price, Experimental, Time-Domain Characterization Partially Degenerate Three-Conductor Transmission Lines, Apr 80, Mission Research Corp.

IN 394, K. F. Casey, Quasistatic Interaction Between a Magnetic Dipole and a Resistively Capped Conducting Spherical Shell, I: Axial Magnetic Dipole, 15 May 80, Dikewood Corp.

IN 395, K. F. Casey, Quasistatic Interaction Between a Magnetic Dipole and a Resistively Capped Conducting Spherical Shell, II: Transverse Magnetic Dipole, 15 Jul 80, Dikewood Corp.

IN 396, M. I. Sancer, S. Siegel, and D. S. Goodrow, Electromagnetic Scattering by an Object Embedded in a Stratified Medium, Dec 79, R & D Associates, AFWL-TR-80-30, AD A089649

IN 397, K. F. Casey, Transient Current Injection into a Resistive Sheet, Apr 78, Dikewood Corp.

IN 398, M. I. Sancer and A. D. Varvatsis, Toward an Increased Understanding of the Singularity Expansion Method, May 80, R & D Associates, AD A116938, AFWL-TR-80-70

IN 399, K. R. Umashankar and C. E. Baum, On the Further Considerations of Infinitely Long Cable and Aperture Coupled Regions, May 80, IIT Research Institute and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

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IN 400, C. E. Baum, Electromagnetic Topology: A Formal Approach to the Analysis and Design of Complex Electronic Systems, Sep 80, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 401, K. F. Casey, Electrostatic Field Penetration of a Conducting Spherical Shell Through a Mesh-Loaded Circular Aperture, 15 Oct 80, Dikewood Corp.

IN 402, G. B. Melson and L. W. Pearson, SEM Characterization of the Electromagnetic Scattering from Thin and Thick Open-Ended Cylinders, Nov 80, University of Kentucky

IN 403, F. C. Yang, Cable Shields with Periodic Bondings, Jan 81, Dikewood Corp.

IN 404, K. S. H. Lee, Multi-Surface Shielded Enclosures with Particular Reference to Bonding Between Shields, 1 Dec 80, Dikewood Corp.

IN 405, F. C. Yang, Characterization of Source Region EMP Penetration Through a Hatch Aperture, Mar 81, Dikewood Corp.

IN 406, J. Lam, Effect of Environment Conductivity on the Electromagnetic Penetration of Apertures, Mar 81, Dikewood Corp.

IN 407, K. A. Michalski and L. W. Pearson, Synthesis Methods Applicable to SEM Pole-Pair Admittances, Dec 79, University of Kentucky, AD A088923, RR-79-5

IN 408, J. M. Pond and T. B. A. Senior, Determination of SEM Poles from Frequency Responses, Jul 81, University of Michigan

IN 409, C. A. Lin and J. T. Cordaro, Singularity Expansion Method Parameter Measurement, May 81, University of New Mexico, AD B060648, AFWL-TR-81-19

IN 410, H. S. Cabayan, J. Zicker, S. J. Deadirck, J. Candy, D. Gavel, and E. J. Bogdan, Surface Field Measurements on Scale Models in the Time Domain, Feb 81, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, AD A098023, AFWL-TR-78-203

IN 411, T. B. A. Senior and J. Pond, Pole Extraction in the Frequency Domain, Dec 81, University of Michigan, AD B064707,AFWL-TR-81-193

IN 412, W. A. Davis and M. K. Sistanizadeh, Bounding Signal Levels at Terminations of a Multi-conductor Transmission Line Behind an Aperture, 4 Jun 81, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, AD A102031, AFWL-TR-81-0587

IN 413, T. H. Shumpert and L. S. Riggs, Singularities, Coupling Coefficients and Mode Vectors for a Thin Wire Scatterer Parallel to a Lossy Ground, Sep 80, Auburn University, AD A080094, AFOSR-TR-80-0013

IN 414, E. F. Vance, System-Generated Transients, 17 May 82, SRI International, SRI Project 7746

IN 415, J. E. Nanevicz, Topological Anomalies in Test Methods, 17 May 82, SRI International

IN 416, C. E. Baum, Sublayer Sets and Relative Shielding Order in Electromagnetic Topology, 16 Apr 82, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 417, C. E. Baum, Topological Considerations for Low-Frequency Shielding and Grounding, 17 Jun 82, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 418, H. Yatom and R. Ruppin, Current Induced by a Plane Wave on a Thin Infinite Coated Wire Above the Ground, 19 Jul 82, Soreq Nuclear Research Centre, Yavne, Israel

IN 419, A. K. Agrawal and C. E. Baum, Bounding of Signal Levels at Terminations of a Multi-conductor Transmission-Line Network, Oct 82, Dikewood Corp. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 420, E. F. Vance, W. Graf, and J. E. Nanevicz, Unification of Electromagnetic Specifications and Standards, Part I--Evaluation of Existing Practices, 15 Jul 81, SRI International, DNA Report 5433F-1, AD A121700

IN 421, T. K. Sarkar and S. M. Rao, An Iterative Method for Solving Electrostatic Problems, Nov 81, Rochester Institute of Technology, AD A107740

IN 422, T. K. Sarkar, A Study of the Various Methods for Computing Electromagnetic Field Utilizing Thin Wire Integral Equations, Nov 81, Rochester Institute of Technology

IN 423, K. A. Michalski and W. L. Pearson, Synthesis of SEM-Derived Equivalent Circuit for Electromagnetic Energy Collecting Structures, Oct 81, University of Mississippi, AD A128704, AFWL-TR-82-38

IN 424, D. J. Riley and W. A. Davis, Time-Domain Developments in the Singularity Expansion Method, 15 Dec 82, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, AD A129794, AFWL-TR-82-156

IN 425, F. C. Yang, V. Tatoian, and L. Marin, Frequency-Domain Response of the E-4B Trailing-Wire Antenna, Oct 81, Dikewood Corp.

IN 426, F. C. Yang, V. Tatoian, and L. Marin, Transient Response of the E-4B Trailing-Wire Antenna, Nov 81, Dikewood Corp.

IN 427, F. C. Yang and C. E. Baum, Use of Matrix Norms of Interaction Super- matrix Blocks for Specifying Electromagnetic Performance of Subshields, Apr 83, Dikewood Corp. and Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 428, D. V. Giri and D. B. Phuoc, Natural Frequencies and Natural Modes of an Aircraft Using a Six Stick-Model with Different Radii, 25 Oct 82, LuTech, Inc.

IN 429, C. E. Baum, Black Box Bounds, 19 May 83, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 430, J. L. Roberts and L. W. Pearson, Closed Cylinder Singularity Expansion Descriptors, Jul 82, University of Mississippi

IN 431, J. L. Roberts and L. W. Pearson, Singularity Expansion of Electromagnetic Scattering from Thin and Thick Closed Cylinders, Jul 82, University of Mississippi

IN 432, C. E. Baum, Bounds on Norms of Scattering Matrices, 3 Jun 83, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 433, R. S. Noss, Alternative Labeling Schemes in Electromagnetic Topology, May 83, LuTech, Inc., AD A144300, AFWL-TR-84-21

IN 434, R. S. Noss, Planarity Criteria in Electromagnetic Topology, Jul 83, LuTech, Inc., AD A145279, AFWL-TR-84-20

IN 435, K. S. H. Lee, F. C. Yang, and N. Engheta, Interaction of High-Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) with Transmission and Distribution Lines: An Early-Time Consideration, Dec 83, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 436, H. P. Neff, Jr. and D. A. Reed, Finitely Conducting, Infinitely Long Cylindrical Wire in the Presence of a Planewave (EMP), 21 Feb 84, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

IN 437, N. Engheta, F. C. Yang, and K. S. H. Lee, A Variational Approach to Developing Relationships Among Wire Currents in a Cable Bundle, Jun 84, Dikewood Corp., AD A162964, AFWL-TR-84-97

IN 438, C. E. Baum, Some Bounds Concerning the Response of Linear Systems, 5 Jun 84, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 439, W. Graff, J. M. Hamm, and E. F. Vance, Unification of Electromagnetic Specifications and Standards Part II: Recommendations for Revisions of Existing Practices, 28 Feb 83, SRI International, DNA 5433F-1, AD A144175

IN 440, A. Q. Howard, Jr., R. M. Jones, and J. I. Simon, Creeping Ray Analysis of Resonance for Prolate Spheroid, Jun 84, University of Arizona, AD A209831

IN 441, H. P. Neff, Jr. and D. A. Reed, Multiple Parallel Wires Above a Finitely Conducting Plane Earth in the Presence of a Plane Wave (EMP), 9 Jul 84, University of Tennessee

IN 442, F. C. Breslin, Stochastic Behavior of Random Lay Cables, 27 Jul 84, University of New Mexico

IN 443, C. E. Baum, Effect of Corona on the Response of Infinite-Length Transmission Lines to Incident Plane Waves, 6 Feb 85, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 444, C. E. Baum, A Priori Application of Results of Electromagnetic Theory to the Analysis of Electromagnetic Interaction Data, 3 Feb 85, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 445, N. Enghetta, K. S. H. Lee, F. C. Yang, and R. Aguero, HEMP-Induced Transients in Transmission and Distribution (T & D) Lines, Jun 85, Dikewood Corp.

IN 446, C. D. Taylor, E. Harper, C. W. Harrison, Jr., and W. A. Davis, On Bounding the Excitation of a Terminated Wire Behind an Aperture in a Shield, Sep 83, University of Mississippi, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, Sandia Laboratories and Virginia Tech

IN 447, K. C. Chen, Time Harmonic Solutions for a Long Horizontal Wire Over the Ground with Grazing Incidence, Oct 84, Sandia National Laboratories

IN 448, K. C. Chen, EMP-Induced, Time-Domain Grazing Solution for an Infinite Wire Over the Ground, May 85, Sandia National Laboratories

IN 449, M. A. Messier, EMP Hardening Topology Expert System (Hard Top), Jun 85, JAYCOR

IN 450, R. L. Gardner, J. L. Gilbert, and L. Baker, Analytic Treatment of Cable Bundles with Large Numbers of Component Wires, Feb 83, Mission Research Corp., AD B076088, AFWL-TR-83-32

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IN 451, H. P. Neff, Jr. and D. A. Reed, The Current Induced in an Infinitely Long and Finitely Conducting Wire Over a Plane and Homogeneous Earth Due to a Uniform Plane Wave Having Various Waveshapes (EMP), Aug 85, University of Tennessee

IN 452, K. C. Chen, Transient Response of an Infinite Cylindrical Antenna in a Dissipative Medium, Oct 85, Sandia National Laboratory

IN 453, K. C. Chen, Transient Response of an Infinite Wire in a Dissipative Medium, Oct 85, Sandia National Laboratories

IN 454, C. E. Baum, On the Use of Electromagnetic Topology for the Decomposition of Scattering Matrices for Complex Physical Structures, 1 Jul 85, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 455, J. P. Blanchard, A Calculational Model of Corona Effects on a Conducting Wire in a High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse (HEMP) Environment, 21 Nov 85, LuTech, Inc.

IN 456, C. E. Baum, Norm Limiters Combined with Filters, 17 Aug 86, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 457, P. A. A. Sevat, Methods for Calculating the Shielding Effect of Solid-Shell Enclosures Against EMP, May 81, National Defense Research Organization TNO

IN 458, F. M. Tesche, A Study of Overhead Line Responses to High Altitude Electromagnetic Pulse Environments, Dec 86, LuTech, Inc.

IN 459, A. H. Paxton and R. L. Gardner, New Techniques for the Analysis of Multi-conductor Transmission Lines, Oct 84, Mission Research Corp.

IN 460, F. C. Yang and C. Zuffada, Monitoring and Quantifying Electromagnetic Penetration Through Apertures, 6 Nov 87, Dikewood Corp.

IN 461, T. Karlsson, The Topological Concept of a Generalized Shield, Jan 88, FOA

IN 462, C. E. Baum, Transfer of Norms Through Black Boxes, 30 Oct 87, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 463, C. E. Baum, High-Frequency Propagation on Nonuniform Multi-conductor Transmission Lines in Uniform Media, 18 Mar 88, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 464, L. K. Warne and K. C. Chen, Electromagnetic Penetration of Narrow Slot Apertures Having Depth, Apr 88, Sandia Natl. Labs

IN 465, L. S. Riggs, J. M. Lindsey, and T. H. Shumpert, Commonalities in the SEM Parameters of Several Simple Thin Wire Geometries, May 88, Auburn University

IN 466, L. K Warne and K. C. Chen, A Bound on EMP Coupling, Jun 88, Sandia Natl. Labs

IN 467, L. K Warne and K. C. Chen, Slot Aperture Having Depth Described by Local Transmission Line Theory, Jun 88, Sandia Natl. Labs

IN 468, D. Hansen, H. Schar, D. Konigstein, H. Hoitink, and D. V. Giri, Field Excitation of a Two-Wire Transmission Line in a TEM Cell, 4 Jul 88, EMI Control Center, Pro-Tech

IN 469, C. E. Baum, Norms of Vectors of Time-Domain Signals Passing Through Filters and Norm Limiters at Subshields, 2 Jan 88, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 470, D. Hansen, H. Schar, D. Konigstein, H. Hoitink, and D. V. Giri, Response of an Overhead Wire Near a NEMP Simulator, EMI Control Center, Pro-Tech

IN 471, L. H. Clark and C. E. Baum, Realization of Sublayer Relative Shielding Order in Electromagnetic Topology, 6 Dec 88, UNM, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 472, C. E. Baum, On the Eigenmode Expansion Method for Electromagnetic Scattering and Antenna Problems Part II: Asymptotic Expansion of Eigenmode-Expansion Parameters in the Complex-Frequency Plane, 8 Nov 88, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 473, C. E. Baum, Scattering of Transient Plane Waves, 17 Aug 88, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 474, L. K. Warne, T. E. Koontz, and K. C. Chen, Equivalent Polarizabilities of Apertures with Depth, Mar 89, Sandia Natl. Labs

IN 475, C. E. Baum, Scattering, Reciprocity, Symmetry, EEM, and SEM, 31 May 89, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 476, C. E. Baum, SEM Backscattering, 19 Jul 89, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 477, J. Nitsch, C. E. Baum, and R. Sturm, Splitting of Degenerate Natural Frequencies in Coupled Two-Conductor Lines by Distance Variation, Jul 89, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, NBC Defense Research and Development Institute

IN 478, C. E. Baum, The Theory of Electromagnetic Interference Control, 28 Dec 89, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 479, C. E. Baum, The Self-Complementary Rotation Group, 8 Dec 89, Air Force Weapons Laboratory

IN 480, J. Nitsch, C. E. Baum, and R. Sturm, Commutative Tubes in Multi-conductor-Transmission-Line Theory, Jan 90, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, NBC Defense Research and Development Institute

IN 481, J. Nitsch, C. E. Baum, and R. Sturm, The Treatment of Commuting Nonuniform Tubes in Multi-conductor-Transmission-Line Theory, May 90, Air Force Weapons Laboratory, NBC Defense Research and Development Institute

IN 482, K. S. H. Lee and F. C. Yang, Bounding Calculations in RF Coupling, 22 Sep 89, Kaman Sciences Corp.

IN 483, K. S. H. Lee and F. C. Yang, Maximum RF Pickups by Wires Inside a Slotted Cavity, 10 Oct 89, Kaman Sciences Corp.

IN 484, C. E. Baum, Transient Scattering Length and Cross Section, 17 Apr 91, Phillips Laboratory

IN 485, M. Nyffler, B. Braendli, B. Reusser, E. Doerr, D. V. Giri, and E. R. Tomer, On the Interaction of Electromagnetic Fields with Wire Cage Structures, 25 Oct 91, NC Laboratory, Pro-Tech

IN 486, C. E. Baum, Representation of Surface Current Density and Far Scattering in EEM and SEM with Entire Functions, 24 Feb 92, Phillips Laboratory

IN 487, C. E. Baum, Properties of Eigenterms of the Impedance Integral Equation, 21 Apr 92, Phillips Laboratory

IN 488, J. P. Parmantier, J. C. Alliot, G. Labaune, and P. Degauque, Electromagnetic Coupling on Complex Systems: Topological Approach, May 90, Dassault Aviation, ONERA, Université de Lille

IN 489, J. P. Parmantier, J. C. Alliot, G. Labaune, and P. Degauque, Electromagnetic Topology: Junction Characterization Methods, May 90, Dassault Aviation, ONERA, Université de Lille

IN 490, C. E. Baum, Approximation of Non-Uniform Multi-conductor Transmission Lines by Analytically Solvable Sections, 2 Oct 92, Phillips Laboratory

IN 491, K. S. H. Lee and F. C. Yang, On the Bounds of RF Coupling by Impulse and Step-Function Waveforms, 30 Sep 92, Kaman Sciences Corp.

IN 492, C. E. Baum, The SEM Representation of Scattering From Perfectly Conducting Targets in Simple Lossy Media, 21 Apr 93, Phillips Laboratory

IN 493, C. E. Baum, Scattering from Cones, Wedges, and Half Spaces, 8 May 93, Phillips Laboratory

IN 494, T. H. Lehman, A Statistical Theory of Electromagnetic Fields in Complex Cavities, May 93

IN 495, C. E. Baum, Scattering from Finite Wedges and Half Spaces, 19 May 93, Phillips Laboratory

IN 496, C. E. Baum, Transforms and Symmetries in Target Identification, 25 May 93, Phillips Laboratory

IN 497, C. E. Baum, Transforms of Frequency Spectra in Target Identification, 6 Jul 93, Phillips Laboratory

IN 498, B.L. Cox, N.H. Younan, C.D. Taylor, M.Y. Jiang and W.D. Prather, On the Transmission Line Formed by Two Elliptical Conductors, Aug 93, Mississippi State, Phillips Laboratory

IN 499, C.E. Baum, Low-Frequency Near Field Magnetic Scattering from Highly, But Not Perfectly , Conducting Bodies. 24 Nov 93, Phillips Laboratory

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IN 500, C.E. Baum, Signature-Based Target Identification, 21 Jan 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 501, C.E. Baum, Target Signatures and Pattern Recognition, 16 Feb 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 502, C.E. Baum, The Magnetic Polarizability Dyadic and Point Symmetry. 1 May 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 503, C.E. Baum, Damping Transmission Line and Cavity Resonance, 24 May 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 504, C.E. Baum, Concerning the Identification of Buried Dielectric Targets, 24 Jul 94 Phillips Laboratory

IN 505, C.E. Baum, SEM Representation of Signals at Internal Ports of Complex Electronic Systems, 30 July 1994, Phillips Laboratory

IN 506, J.P. Parmantier, V. Gobin, F. Issac, I. Jungua, Y. Daudy and J.M. Lagarde, An Application of the Electromagnetic Topology Theory on the Test-Bed Aircraft, EMPTAC, 16 Nov 93, Office National d’Etudes et de Recherches, Centre d’ Etude de Gramat

IN 507, C.E. Baum, Target Symmetry and the Scattering Dyadic, 11 Sep 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 508 K.S.H. Lee and F.C. Yang, Coupling By Short Pulses, Dec 94, Kaman Science Corp.

IN 509, C.E. Baum, Comparative System Response to Resonant and Unipolar Waveforms, 13 Nov 94, Phillips Laboratory

IN 510, S. Primak and S. Briskin, An Fir System for Target Discrimination, 30 Aug 94, Ben Gurion University of the Negue

IN 511, C.E. Baum, Generalization of the BLT Equation, 11 Apr 95, Phillips Laboratory

IN 512, C.E. Baum, The SEM Representation of Acoustic and Elastodynamic Scattering, 12 Jun 95

IN 513, W.J. Karzas, Back Door Coupling of RF (Microwavable) Energy to Spacecraft Interior Cabling, Feb 94, Mission Research

IN 514, C.E. Baum, Scattering Dyadic for Self-Dual Target, 16 Dec 95, Phillips Laboratory

IN 515, Carl E. Baum, Complementary Structures in Two Dimensions, 22 January 1996

IN 516, Carl E. Baum, Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines, 2 February 1996

IN 517, George W. Hanson and Carl E. Baum, A Volumetric Eigenmode Expansion Method for Dielectric Bodies, 2 August 1996

IN 518, F.M. Tesche, Methodology and Models for Estimating HMP Responses Conducted into Protective Enclosure, August 1996

IN 519, Carl E. Baum, Direct Construction of a > -Pulse from Natural Frequencies and Evaluation of the Late-Time Residuals, 14 May 1996

IN 520, George W. Hanson and Carl E. Baum, Perturbation Formula for the Internal Resonances of a Dielectric Object Embedded in a Low-Impedance Medium, 12 August 1996

IN 521, Carl E. Baum, Discrimination of Buried Targets Via the Singularity Expansion, 4 August 1996

IN 522, K.-D. Leuthäuser, Coupling of the HEMP Environment to Above-Ground Wires, October 1996

IN 523, Carl E. Baum, Symmetry in Electromagnetic Scattering as a Target Discriminant, 15 October 1996

IN 524, Carl E. Baum, Norbert Geng and Lawrence Carin, Integral Equations and Polarizability for Magnetic Singularity Identification, 13 March 1997

IN 525, Carl E. Baum, Jon E. Mooney, and Lloyd S. Riggs, Use of Modified Pole Series in The Singularity Expansion Method, 21 April 1997

IN 526, Gary D. Sower, Eddy Current Responses of Canonical Metallic Targets Theory and Measurements, May 19 1997

IN 527, J.P. Parmantier, V. Gobin, F. Issac, L. Paletta, I. Junqua, Y. Daudy, J.M. Lagarde, ETE III: Application of the Electromagnetic Topology Theory on the Emptac, May 1997

IN 528, George W. Hanson, and Carl E. Baum, Asymptotic Analysis of the Natural System Modes of Coupled Bodies in the Large Separation, Low-Frequency Regime, July 1 1997

IN 529, Mark C. Worthy and Carl E. Baum, A Comparison of Exact Versus Perturbed Pole Locations of Dielectric Objects in Dielectric Medium, July 3 1997

IN 530, Mark C. Worthy and Carl E. Baum, A Library of the Natural Frequency Responses For Cylindrical Shaped Buried Plastic Mines, July 7, 1997

IN 531, Mark C. Worthy and Carl E. Baum, A Library of the Natural Frequency Responses For Rectangular Shaped Buried Plastic Mines, July 18 1997

IN 532, George W. Hanson and Carl E. Baum, Perturbation Formula for the Natural Frequencies of an Object in the Presence of a Layered Medium, October 1997

IN 533, Carl E. Baum, Decomposition of the Backscattering Dyadic, September 1997

IN 534, Jurgen Nitsch, Exact Analytical Solution for Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines with the Aid of the Solution of a Corresponding Matrix Ricati Equation, October 1997

IN 535, Jean-Phillipe Parmantier, Xavier Ferrieres, Various Ways to Think of the Resolution of the BLT Equation with an LU Technique, January 1998

IN 536, Jean-Phillipe Parmantier, An Efficient Technique to Calculate Ideal Junction Scattering Parameteres in Multiconductor Transmission Line Networks, February 1998

IN 537, Carl E. Baum, Symmetric Renormalization of the Nonuniform Multiconductor-Transmission-Line Equations with a Single Modal Speed for Analytically Solvable Sections, January 1998

IN 538, Carl E. Baum, Measures of Cross-Polarization for Discrimination of Symmetrical Targets, March 1998

IN 539, M. Magg, Mine Detection with Microwaves, March 1998

IN 540, K.S.H. Lee and L.K. Warne, Bounding of Voltage Responses, June 1998

IN 541, Richard J. Strurm, On the Theory of Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines: an Approach to Irregular Wire Configurations, June 1998

IN 542, Lloyd S. Riggs, Jon E. Nooney, Daniel E. Lawrence, J. Thomas Broach and Ahn H. Trang, On Identifying Conducting Objects Using Low Frequency Magnetic Fields Theory and Measurements, July 1998

IN 543, Carl E. Baum, Application of Symmetry to Magnetic-Singularity Identification of Buried Targets, June 1998

IN 544, Richard Holland and Richard St. John, Statistical Response of EM-Driven Cables Inside an Overmoded Enclosure, September 1998

IN 545, Carl E. Baum, Splitting of Degenerate Natural Modes for Buried Targets with Almost – O2 Symmetry, July 1998

IN 546, Carl E. Baum, Target-Vicinity Scattering Parameters, August 1998

IN 547, Carl E. Baum, Use of Residue and Constant-Dyadic Information in Magnetic Singularity Identification, August 1998

IN 548, Lawrence Carin, I..J. Won, Dean Keiswetter and Carl E. Baum, Wideband Time- and Frequency-Domain EMI: Phenomenology and Signal Processing, December 1998

IN 549, Carl E. Baum, Magnetic-Singularity Identification of Nonsymmetrical Targets, December 1998

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IN 550, Carl E. Baum, Parsimony in Signature-Based Target Identification, January 1999

IN 551, Jean-Philippe Parmantier, The test-wiring method, October 1998

IN 552, Jean-Philippe Parmantier, S-parameter determination with a pair of current injection and measurement probes, October 1998

IN 553, Carl E. Baum, Extension of the BLT Equation into Time Domain, March 1999

IN 554, Carl E. Baum, Symmetry Analysis of Targets Near an Earth/Air Interface, April 1999

IN 555, Frank Gronwald and Jh rgen Nitsch, A Geometric Scattering Expansion of the Current Conducting Surfaces and Transmission Line Structures, June 1999

IN 556, Frank Gronwald and Jh rgen Nitsch, An analytic study of the electric current on curved transmission line segments, October 1999

IN 557, Stanly Steinberg and Carl E. Baum, Solutions of the Transmission Line Equations Using Product Intergals of Variable Matrices, February 2000

IN 558, Baum, Carl E., Some Simple Formulae for Transient Scattering, February 2000

IN 559, John, Richard St., Jim Prewitt and Richard Holland, How to Think About Electromagnetic Interaction: A Statistical Approach, July 2000

IN 560, Baum, Carl E., A Time-Domain View of Choice of Transient Excitation Waveforms for Enhnaced Response of Electronic Systems

IN 561, Haase, Heiko and Jiirgen Nitsch, Full-Wave Transmission-Line Theory (FWTLT) for the Analysis of Three-Dimensional Wire Like Structures, July 2000

IN 562, Baum, Carl E., The Boundary-Connection Supermatrix for Uniform Isotropic Walls

IN 563, Baum, Carl E., The Physical-Optics Approximation and Early-Time Scattering

IN 564, Nevels, Robert and Krzysztof Michalski, Coulomb Gauge Green’s Functions For the Electromagnetic Field, February 2001

IN 565, Baum, Carl E., Axial Scattering from Thin Cones, November 2000

IN 566, Baum, Carl E., Axial Backscattering from a Wide Angular Sector, December 2000

IN 567, Baum, Carl E., An Observation Concerning the Entire Function in SEM Scattering, April 2001

IN 568, Lee, K.S.H. , Smythe's Use of Coulomb Gauge for Waveguides and Cavities, June 2001

IN 569, Carl E. Baum, Quadrupole Terms in Magnetic Singularity Identification, 7 May 2001

IN 570, Carl E. Baum, Substructure SEM, June 2001

IN 571, Carl E. Baum and Torsten Steinmetz, An Interpolation Technique for Analyzing Sections of Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines, July 2001

IN 572, Carl E. Baum, Quadrupole Terms in Magnetic Singularity Identification, Part 2, October 2001

IN 573, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, Complex-Valued Transmission-Line Parameters and Their Relation to the Radiation Resistance, 25 September 2002

IN 574, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, Telegrapher Equations for Arbitrary Frequencies and Modes -Radiation, 23 October 2002

IN 575, S. J. Yakura, A Finite-Difference- Time-Domain/Perfectly-Matched-Layer Algorithm Appliedfor Nonlinear Dispersiven Media, 30 April 2002

IN 576, I. Junqua, J. P. Parmantier and F. Iassac, "A Network Formulation of the Power Balance Method for High Frequency Electromagntic Coupling Applications", November 2002

IN 577, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, Source Dependent Transmission Line Parameters - Plane Wave vs TEM Excitation, 25 November 2002

IN 578, Carl E. Baum, An Interpolation Technique for Analyzing Sections of Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines, Part 2, 29 May 2002

IN 579, Seongman Jang, Wonsuk Choi and Tapan K. Sarkar, A Quantitative Comparison between the Matrix Pencil Method and the State Space Based Harmonic Retrieval Methods, 25 November 2002

IN 580, Seongman Jang, Tapan K. Sarkar, Kyungjung Kim, and Carl E. Baum, Exploiting Early Time Response Using the Fractional Fourier Transform for Target Identification, 10 February 2003

IN 581, Carl E. Baum, Including Apertures and Cavities in the BLT Formalism, 27 January 2003

IN 582, S. J. Yakura, D. Dietz and A. D. Greenwood, A Dynamic Stability Analysis of the PML Method, November 1, 2003

IN 583, Carl E. Baum, Reciprocity, Energy, and Norms for Propagation on Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Line, 28 April 2003

IN 584, Carl E. Baum and Daniel H. Nitsch, Band Ratio and Frequency-Domain Norms, 01 May 2003

IN 585, Carl E. Baum, Combining Polarimetry with SEM in Radar Backscattering for Target Identification, 23 May 2003

IN 586, S. Bertuol, J. P. Parmantier, and F. Issac, Reciprocity Approach for EM Emission of Cables in a 3D Geometry, October 2003

IN 587, Carl E. Baum, Symmetry in Target Recognition, 31 August 2003

IN 588, F. M. Tesche, C. M. Butler, On the Addition of EM Field Propagation and Coupling Effects in the BLT Equation, 13 December 2003

IN 589, Carl E. Baum, High-Frequency Propagation on Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmisson Lines, 24 October 2004

IN 590, Carl E. Baum, Second Time Integral of the Impulse Response for Enhancing the Late-Time Target Response for Target Identification, 29 April 2004

IN 591, F .M. Tesche, J. Keen, C.M. Butler, Example of the Use of the BLT Equation for EM Field Propagation and Coupling Calculations, 16 August 2004

IN 592, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, Newest Developments in Transmission-Line Theory and Applications, 6 September 2004

IN 593, Carl E. Baum, Desirable Antenna Characteristics for Late-Time Target Identification, 10 August 2004

IN 594, Carl E. Baum, The Forward-Scattering Theorem Applied to the Scattering Dyadic, November 2004

IN 595, Carl E. Baum, Aspects of Random-Lay Multiconductor Cable Propagation Which Are Not Statistical, 15 December 2004

IN 596, Carl E. Baum, Scattering Matrices for Nonuniform Multiconductor Transmission Lines, 29 March 2005

IN 597, Carl E. Baum, Renormalization of the BLT Equation, September 2005

IN 598, Carl E. Baum, Product Integral for Lossless NMTLs, November 2005

IN 599, Carl E. Baum, Polarimetric Suppression of Early-Time Scattering for Late-Time Target Identification, December 2005

IN 600, Carl E. Baum, Various Linear Combinations of Polarimetric Channels for Suppression of Early-Time-Scattering Signals, December 2005

IN 601, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, Propagation of Current Waves along Quasi-Periodical Thin-Wire Structures: Accounting of Radiation Losses, May 2006

IN 602, D.V. Giri, Double-Pulse Technique for Defending from Hostile Systems, July 2006

IN 603, Carl E. Baum, Scattering at One-Dimensional-Transmission-Line Junctions, March 2007

IN 604, Xi (Ronald) Chen, Carl E Baum and Thomas Hagstrom, Scattering From a Lossless Acoustic Sphere, January 2008

IN 605, Carl E. Baum, Dual-Polarization Scattering at Transmission-Line Junctions, June 2008

IN 606, Mary C. Taylor and Tapan K. Sarkar, Deconvolution of a Conducting Sphere Scatterer Signature Using a Bistatic 6ft IRA Scene Simulated in WIPL-D, May 2008

IN 607, F. M. Tesche, Electromagnetic Field Shielding of a Spherical Shell – Revisited, June 2008

IN 608, Larry West, Lightning Induced Waveform 5 in Composite Airframes, The Inability of Copper Braid to Shield It and A New Layered Copper Braid and High-Mu Foil Shield, Feb. 2009

IN 609, Carl E. Baum, Use of Crosspol to Suppress Early-Time Scattered Signal, October 2008

IN 610, Xi Chen, Carl E. Baum, Thomas Hagstrom, Scattering From a Lossless Electromagnetic Sphere, June 2009

IN 611, Jürgen Nitsch and Sergey Tkachenko, High-Frequency Multiconductor Transmission-Line Theory, 30 September 2009

IN 612, K. Sunitha, M. Joy Thomas and D.V. Giri, Induced Transients on an Underground Cable by Hyperband Signals, 25 October 2009

IN 613, Carl E. Baum, Damping Electromagnetic Resonances in Equipment Cavities, June 2010

IN 614 Propagation on Circulant Multiconductor Transmission Lines with Random Wire Interchanges, Carl E. Baum, July 2010

IN 615 In-Flight versus Ground-Test Lightning Interactions in Composite Airframes Effects of External vs. Internal inductance. An Errata to Everything Previously Published, Larry West, April 2011

IN 616 Lightning Induced Waveforms 4 and 5A in Composite Airframes, The Inability of Copper Braid to Shield It, and A New Layered Copper Braid and High-mu Foil Shield. Interaction Note 608 Revision A, Larry West, April 2011

IN 617 Allocating Indirect Lightning to Cables & Boxes at Program Inception Application of Ohm's Law, Kirchhoff's Laws, Faraday's Law & Scaling by Geometric, Electrical, & Spectral Parameters, Larry West, April 2011

IN 618 Assessment of and Recommendations for RTCA/DO-160F Section 22 Lightning Induced Transient Susceptibility, Larry West, April 2011

IN 619 Pulsed Excitations of Resonators, Jürgen Nitsch, Sergey Tkachenko, and Stefan Potthast, September 2010

IN 620 Dynamics of Recovery of Coupled Infrastructures Following a Natural
Disaster or Malicious Insult, Ira Kohlberg, Joe Clark and Phillip Morrison,
March 2011


IN 621 On the Natural Oscillation Frequencies of a Straight Wire Antenna, F. M. Tesche and D. V. Giri , June 2011

IN 622 Transient RF and Microwave Pulse Propagation in a Debye Medium (Water), David C. Stoudt, Frank E. Peterkin, and Brian J. Hankla, Ph.D., July 2011

IN 623 Electromagnetic Field Coupling to Transmission Lines Inside Rectangular Resonators, S. Tkachenko, J. Nitsch, and R. Rambousky, June 2011

IN 624 Modeling of Propagation Losses in Common Residential and Commercial Building Walls, D.V. Giri, F.M. Tesche, July 2013, Pro-Tech, Alamo, California, USA and Saluda, North Carolina, USA

IN 625 Application of Electromagnetic Topology and Power Balance Concepts to Radio Frequency Couplings into Buildings, I. Junqua, J.P. Parmantier, F. Issac, W. Quenum, October 2014

IN 626 Use of the Transmission-Line Super Theory to Determine Generalized Reflection and Transmission Coefficients of an Inhomogeneous Line with Risers, Sergey Tkachenko, Ronald Rambousky, and Jürgen Nitsch, March 2015

IN 627 Study of the Propagation of IEMI Signals Along Power and Communication Lines, Nicolas Mora, Gaspard Lugrin, Farhad Rachidi, October 2015.

IN 628 Effects of Distributed Sources on Transmission-Line Models: Low Frequency Approximations, J-P Parmantier, I. Junqua, S. Bertuol and P. Schickele, June 2016.

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