By G. F. Roach

Electromagnetic advanced media are synthetic fabrics that impact the propagation of electromagnetic waves in unbelievable methods now not frequently obvious in nature. as a result of their wide variety of significant functions, those fabrics were intensely studied during the last twenty-five years, customarily from the views of physics and engineering. yet a physique of rigorous mathematical conception has additionally steadily constructed, and this can be the 1st publication to offer that idea.

Designed for researchers and complex graduate scholars in utilized arithmetic, electric engineering, and physics, this booklet introduces the electromagnetics of complicated media via a scientific, cutting-edge account in their mathematical concept. The booklet combines the learn of good posedness, homogenization, and controllability of Maxwell equations complemented with constitutive kinfolk describing advanced media. The publication treats deterministic and stochastic difficulties either within the frequency and time domain names. It additionally covers computational features and scattering difficulties, between different vital subject matters. distinctive appendices make the e-book self-contained when it comes to mathematical must haves, and obtainable to engineers and physicists in addition to mathematicians.

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The approach followed, based on [176], [205], is system theoretic in the sense that we consider the electromagnetic field u as the cause and the electromagnetic flux density d as the effect. Compliance with these postulates dictates the form of the operator L. plausible physical hypotheses determinism For every cause, there exists exactly one effect. linearity The effect is linearly related to its cause. causality The effect cannot precede its cause4 . locality in space A cause at any particular spatial point produces an effect only at this point and not elsewhere.

18 Similar to the one that would arise if a linear Ohm’s law were adopted for j. 8 Homogenisation problems in periodic media Ch. 9 In practice, complex media may be spatially inhomogeneous, so that the constitutive relation is of the form d = Aor u + Gd ∗ u, with Aor = Aor (x) and Gd = Gd (t, x). , there exists a vector (the period), such that s(x + ) = s(x), where s is a proxy for the functions Aor and Gd . , quenching of waves ([437]). One interesting class of problems is when there is a periodic microstructure in the medium.

The following terminology in the time-harmonic case is used. , when ξF = ζF = 0. , when ξF = ζF . , when ξF = − ζ F . , when ξF = ζF , − ζF . Reciprocal chiral media will be studied mainly in Chapters 4, 5 and 6, and they will be simply referred to as chiral media there. 20) (where εT := εF , µT := µF , βT := ξF = −ζF ). The chirality parameter βT is an inverse speed ( m s ). Another set of constitutive relations for reciprocal chiral media is the Drude-Born-Fedorov (DBF) constitutive relations ([273], [268], [289]), introduced in 1959 by F.