Approximate Green"s function methods for HZE transport in multilayered materials

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StatementJohn W. Wilson ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 4519., NASA technical memorandum -- 4519.
ContributionsWilson, J. W., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Program.
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Approximate Green's Function Methods for HZE Transport in Multilayered Materials John W. Wilson Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia Francis F.

Badavi Christopher Newport University Newport News, Virginia Judy L. Shinn and Robert C. Costen Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia National Aeronautics and Space Administration Office of.

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When the Fast Hankel Transform filter technique is used to calculate the dyadic multilayered Green's functions, it can be difficult to obtain accurate numerical results because of the branch-cut singularity and the surface wave poles singularity.

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Ding;y S. Zouhdi L. Liy S. Yeoy N. Christensenz Abstract — When the Fast Hankel Transform filter technique is used to calculate the dyadic multilayered Green’s functions, it can be di cult to obtain accurate numerical results. An illustration showing how water molecules are arranged in the liquid around a central reference molecule.

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