Analysis of induced currents on high velocity target surfaces using the Lorentz transformation / by Raghavendra Kumar Nakka.Material type: TextSeries: University of Texas at Tyler theses. Publisher: Tyler, Tex.: University of Texas at Tyler, 2009Subject(s): Radar targets | Electromagnetic waves | Lorentz transformationsDissertation note: Thesis (M.S. ) - University of Texas at Tyler, 2009.
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References: leaves 39-40.