Based on Boussinesq equation with an arbitrary depth, a new alternate generating wave method is presented, and the fully absoring and partially reflecting wave boundary equations are provided.

In this paper we investigate the asymptotic spectrum and accumulationof transport operator in slab geometry with continuous energy, anisotropic scattering and inhomogeneous medium under Partially reflecting boundary conditions.

It is investigated that approximation of the discrete ordinate method for transport system ina slab geometry with non-uniform medium and partially reflecting boundary conditions.

The field distributions in regions of partial reflection, totally internal reflection and critical reflection aie evaluated by this method, and compared with the results from plane wave spectral integral.

The approach used is based on linear diffraction theory and utilizes a point source representation of the generator segments and any reflecting walls that are present. The method involves the application of a partial reflection boundary condition which is discussed.

The length of the crystal was 1 mm. Its one end face was high-reflective coated at 1.06 μm and anti-reflective coated at 808 nm,and the other end face was partial-reflective coated at 1.06 μm(T=1%),which form a flat-flat resonator.

The theoretical and experomental studies of (Nd,Ce):YAG Raman shifting laser in high pressure CH4 gas with compound output mirror composed of a partial reflective concave and a auxiliary plane mirror are reported in this paper.

In this paper, The existence and the uniqueness of the solution of a class of the nonlinear integral differential equation group with par- tial reflecting boundary conditions are considered.

Water wave scattering by partially reflecting breakwaters

I intend to investigate the effects of different kinds of partially reflecting metal film (plasma layer) on the wave characteristics of a stratified titanium-diffused LiNbO3 optical waveguide.

The relationship between the loss coefficient of lasers with partially reflecting lateral surfaces and the angle of nonparallelism of the resonator mirrors is theoretically treated.

We study a piecewise linear version of a one-component, two-dimensional bistable reaction-diffusion system subjected to partially reflecting boundary conditions, with the aim of analyzing the structural stability of its stationary patterns.

A partially reflecting metal cladding: its effect on the modes of dielectric optical waveguides

For an under-water trough and a ridge-trough system, self-similar solutions with complete or partial reflection or transmission of the wave energy into the trough are found.

It is suggested that the effect is explained by partial reflection of the incident radiation by free electrons injected into the conduction band of an oxide film on the metal surface during the passage of a current pulse.

Good agreemnt between the model profiles of the electron density Ne(h) and the experimental data obtained during the flare by the partial reflection method is found.

The observations were conducted using the partial reflection method near Nizhni Novgorod and the vertical sounding method at the automatic ionospheric station near Murmansk.

According to calculations, partial reflection of wave energy from the tropopause is substantially controlled by nonlinear effects associated with a finite height and shape of terrain.

The reflection disc in the dark adapted eye of cotton bollworm Heliothis armigera (Hubner) was studied by means of a point light source moving around the eye. The main results were as follows.1. All of the light rays which fell on the eye and made an angle with the vertical axis of the reflection disc not larger than about 20° to 23° in the dorsal-ventral direction were effective, in causing a bright reflection disc.2. In different regions of the eye, the brightness of the disc was not equal. It was brightest...

The reflection disc in the dark adapted eye of cotton bollworm Heliothis armigera (Hubner) was studied by means of a point light source moving around the eye. The main results were as follows.1. All of the light rays which fell on the eye and made an angle with the vertical axis of the reflection disc not larger than about 20° to 23° in the dorsal-ventral direction were effective, in causing a bright reflection disc.2. In different regions of the eye, the brightness of the disc was not equal. It was brightest in the ventral region, and least in the dorsal region.3. The effective incident rays entered the eye from different parts of the reflection disc according to their incident angles. Rays parallel to the vertical axis of the disc entered from facets enclosed in the whole disc. Rays with larger incident angle entered from the more marginal facets on the same side; otherwise they would not contribute to the observed reflection disc.4. At the center portion which had a diameter about half of the disc diameter, the total reflected light originated from light entering the eye at the remaining portion was much stronger than that originated from light entering the eye at this center portion.

On the basis of theoretical solution of linear and non-linear interactions among gravity surface waves, formerly presented by the author, computation methods in engineering for wave characteristics of long-crested, short-crested, full and partial reflected waves are discussed in detail. And the interaction of wave in oblique advance and vertical wall is studied as well. Iterative method with convergence shown and approximate explicit expressions are developed. Calculation results and practical proposals with...

On the basis of theoretical solution of linear and non-linear interactions among gravity surface waves, formerly presented by the author, computation methods in engineering for wave characteristics of long-crested, short-crested, full and partial reflected waves are discussed in detail. And the interaction of wave in oblique advance and vertical wall is studied as well. Iterative method with convergence shown and approximate explicit expressions are developed. Calculation results and practical proposals with error bounds presented here indicate that the expressions are more applicable and accurate than Neilsen's. The analytical method for wave kinematic and dynamic processes is also given.

Based on the theoretical solutions of nonlinear interaction among gravity surface waves,formerly presented by the author, computation methods for wave Characteristics of three-dimensional waves are discussed.in detail. Their convergence is shown and accuracy is checked by dilect computation.The calculated data presented herein are applicable for engineering design.