Full-wave model and numerical study of electromagnetic plane wave scattering by multilayered, fiber-based periodic composites

Abstract : The present work aims at building up a full-wave computational model of electromagnetic nondestructive testing of composite materials produced by stacking up dielectric slabs one over the other. In each such dielectric slab, a periodic array of infinite cylindrical fibers is embedded. Electromagnetic scattering of such a multilayered, fiber-based periodic composite is investigated here for an obliquely incident plane wave, the plane of incidence of which differs from the plane orthogonal to the fibers' axes. Full-wave field representations are given first by multipole and plane wave expansions. Mode matching at boundaries between layers then yields the propagating matrices, which are applied to connect reflection and transmission coefficients of the longitudinal field components. Power reflection and transmission coefficients are obtained from time-averaged Poynting vectors. Numerical experiments with comparisons with known results illustrate the accuracy of the model proposed.
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Changyou Li, Dominique Lesselier, Yu Zhong. Full-wave model and numerical study of electromagnetic plane wave scattering by multilayered, fiber-based periodic composites. Radio Science, American Geophysical Union, 2015, 50 (7), pp.688-697. ⟨10.1002/2015RS005657⟩. ⟨hal-01249809⟩

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