Supporting material to "Beam Diffraction by the Tip of a Cone and Creeping Beam Waves: Phenomenology Analysis via the Generalized Complex-Source Method"

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Tel Aviv University
Kiel University
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Ludger Klinkenbusch
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Tue, 04/13/2021 - 12:49
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This dataset supports the manuscript entitled "Beam Diffraction by the Tip of a Cone and Creeping Beam Waves: Phenomenology Analysis Via the Generalized Complex-Source Method", accepted for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Publication. The dataset consists of movies in both formats .avi and .mp4, which show time-domain representations of figures presented in the publication. They are intented to give a further insight into the wave physics and particularly to give evidence that the results are causal. Basically, the paper deals with a semi-infinite acoustically hard or soft circular cone which is illuminated by a complex-source beam. Choosing different beam and cone parameters allows to study the localized beam-cone interaction and the interpretation of the different effects like tip diffraction and the arise of creeping beam waves. For a detailed description and mathematical analysis, the readers are referred to the above mentioned manuscript.  


All animations are provided in standard .avi-format in an all-in-one zip-file, and as individual files in .mp4-format, which each may be viewed by any suitable standard viewer. The meaning of the animations and the parameters are found in the above mentioned manuscript, where the name of the animation corresponds to the number of the figure in the manuscript.