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@mahmit2012 @malihe @Tushara @sami-21 @sauravshakya @wasiqss @uri @waterineyes @chihiroasleaf
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give me the required eq's
Eincident?
Ereflected?
Etranswitted?
Hincident?
Hreflected?
Htransmitted?
when E is in plane of incidence
when H is in plane of incidence
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yes
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what's the question? :D
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@chihiroasleaf give me the required eq's Eincident? Ereflected? Etranswitted? Hincident? Hreflected? Htransmitted? when E is in plane of incidence when H is in plane of incidence
of above figure?
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whats up
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can u understand it
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not at all sorry wish i could help
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I believe the angle of reflection equals the angle of incidence.
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My propagation theory is too weak as my memory has faded. I think the reflected wave undergoes a 180 phase change.
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Sorry I can't be of more help.
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From your diagram, there appears to be a phase reversal of the electric field at the point of reflection. Again, I am not current on "traveling waves" Sorry.
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ok Mr.James Duffer!its fine thanx for ur time and response!
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I hope you have a good text, I did have this in radar school in 1970 and it was very complex (although interesting). Good luck with your exam.
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thanx James!
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Is it a Physics question ?
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@TheViper no
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u give me snells law proof