E3S Web Conf.
Volume 127, 2019X Anniversary International Conference “Solar-Terrestrial Relations and Physics of Earthquake Precursors”
|Number of page(s)||9|
|Section||Geophysical Fields and their Interactions|
|Published online||05 November 2019|
Interaction of electromagnetic waves in an ice layer
1 Far Eastern Federal University, School of Engineering, Department of Construction Engineering Systems, 690922, Vladivostok, Russkiy island, Russia
2 Harbin Engineering University, College of Underwater Acoustical Engineering, 150001, Harbin, Chengen, China
3 Scientific Research Center «Arktika» FEB RAS, Vladivostok, Kirova st., 95, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
A mathematical model for spherical wave propagation near an ice layer has been developed. The proposed mathematical model is based on the directed Green’s functions with boundary conditions with irregular angles. Based on the suggested model, we analyzed a field of a point directed source radiating electromagnetic waves in two cases: the source is in the air and is radiating waves along the marine ice surface; the source is in the ice layer and radiating waves. Results of the modeling for different frequencies and different ice thickness are described. It was shown that wave amplitude increases by about two times inside the ice if compared to free space. Electromagnetic wave propagating along marine ice surface increases by 50% compared to the wave propagating in free space.
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