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SOURCE: J. S. Hollis, T. J. Lyon, and L. Clayton, Jr. , July 1970). 10 Geometrical arrangements for deﬁning a radian and a steradian. 1 For a sphere of radius r, ﬁnd the solid angle A (in square radians or steradians) of a spherical cap on the surface of the sphere over the north-pole region deﬁned by spherical angles of 0 ≤ θ ≤ 30◦ , 0 ≤ φ ≤ 180◦ . 10. Do this a. exactly. b. using A ≈ 1· 2 , where 1 and 2 are two perpendicular angular separations of the spherical cap passing through the north pole.
The unbounded medium is implemented using an eight-layer Berenger PML ABC. 54 mm on a side). The movie is 70 frames long covering 296 picoseconds of elapsed time and is created by taking a picture every third frame. 23 picoseconds in duration. 56 cm. 4 CURRENT DISTRIBUTION ON A THIN WIRE ANTENNA In the preceding section we discussed the movement of the free electrons on the conductors representing the transmission line and the antenna. 15(a). The movement of the charges creates a traveling wave current, of magnitude I0 /2, along each of the wires.