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Fracturing, or scabbing, of a material near a free surface as the result of a transient compressional stress wave of high intensity impinging on that surface has been observed for many years; however, little quantitative data that relate the fracture to the nature of the stress wave and the...
It is common knowledge that in cyclically stressed ferromagnetic materials an energy loss due to internal friction is observed; this part of loss disappears when the material is brought to saturation or above the Curie temperature. It is also known that a stress, applied to a ferromagnetic...
An equation is developed for determining the total power scattered from an incident radio beam during its passage through a unit scattering volume. Curves are plotted from which the attenuation of the incident signal caused by scattering may be obtained.
Direct‐current corona studies were made on coaxial cylinders with inner cylinder at negative potentials in pure N 2 , pure O 2 , and mixtures of 1 percent 10 percent O 2 in N 2 , and on clean dry air from 27‐mm to 760‐mm pressure. Observations of current potential relations from field...
The dielectric constant and permeability of a metallic‐obstacle medium are obtained in this paper by various static methods. The equivalent shunt capacitive susceptance and series inductive reactance of the individual obstacles are also determined. In the first part of the paper, a...
The problem of the diffraction of a plane electromagnetic wave by the convex surface of a paraboloid of revolution is examined. Expressions for the components of the incident wave, the scattered wave, and the refracted wave are obtained and are written in such a form that boundary conditions can...
A new double spectrometer method for the study of polycrystalline materials is developed. From intensity data of the diffracted spots and known angular settings of the specimen, the angular range of reflection of the misaligned scattering regions in a crystallite is determined statistically. The...
By using suitably defined logarithmic derivative functions and the recurrence formulas due to Infeld, the problem of obtaining numerical answers for the scattering of a plane electromagnetic wave by a sphere can be simplified. This is particularly true if the sphere has a complex index of...
The radiation from fast electron beams passing through a succession of electric or magnetic fields of alternating polarity is examined. The radiation of maximum frequency is emitted in the forward direction. If the deflecting fields are not too large, a semiqualitative argument shows that the...
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