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Thermodynamic Consideration of Electromagnetic Cavity Resonators

Papas, Charles H. (1954) Thermodynamic Consideration of Electromagnetic Cavity Resonators. Journal of Applied Physics, 25 (12). pp. 1552-1553. ISSN 0021-8979. doi:10.1063/1.1702386.

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If a cavity resonator has a "simple shape" and is filled with a homogeneous, isotropic medium, to calculate its resonant frequencies and mode functions is a straightforward task in principle. However, it is sometimes of interest to determine the oscillatory properties of a cavity that differs by a small amount in one or more of its physical characteristics from a cavity the oscillatory properties of which are known. For example, the calculation of resonant frequency shift accompanying the introduction of a small foreign body into the cavity's volume is necessary in certain measurement techniques.

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Additional Information:© 1954 American Institute of Physics. Received June 3, 1954. This research was supported by the Office of Naval Research.
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Official Citation:Thermodynamic Consideration of Electromagnetic Cavity Resonators. Charles H. Papas. Journal of Applied Physics 1954 25:12, 1552-1553
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