Reflection of Conductive Plane Covered by Double Inhomogeneous Plasma Slab
This paper presents numerical results in the form of graphs of the power reflection coefficients for electromagnetic signals normally incident upon a conductive plane covered with two layers of inhomogeneous plasma slabs. The plasma electron density varies only in the direction perpendicular to the plane. Parameters considered in the computation cover a relatively wide range and the functional dependence of the power reflection coefficients on these parameters is studied. The results indicate that in a rather broad frequency range, the electromagnetic attenuations by the double slabs obviously excel the sum of attenuations resulted from two plasma layers when each layer exits respectively. The structure presented is easy to set up, which is instructive for plasma stealth.
F. Yan et al., "Reflection of Conductive Plane Covered by Double Inhomogeneous Plasma Slab", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 229-231, pp. 941-944, 2012