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By Toshiyuki Shiozawa

Waves in Relativistic Electron Beams presents a complicated process classical electrodynamics with program to the iteration of high-power coherent radiation within the microwave to optical-wave areas. in particular, it presents readers with the fundamentals of complex electromagnetic conception and relativistic electrodynamics, guiding them step-by-step throughout the concept of free-electron lasers. The theoretical therapy all through this booklet is totally built by way of the standard third-dimensional vector calculus. This e-book will be urged as a graduate-level textbook or a reference ebook within the fields of complicated electromagnetic conception, relativistic electrodynamics, beam physics and plasma sciences.

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However, for the case where a material medium is moving nonuniformly or undergoing an accelerated motion such as a rotational motion relative to an inertial system, we could not find any inertial system in which the whole material medium stays at rest. 9]. In other words, at each point of the material medium at each time, we must define an instantaneous rest frame, namely, an inertial system in which a particular point of the material medium is at rest at a particular instant of time. 2) hold in the instantaneous rest frame as well.

29) Hrad = - 1- f 4mtrJv {j x i,. )dv. 30) The total power P radiated from a pulse source at an arbitrary time is found by integrating the Poynting vector associated with the radiation fields over a sufficiently large sphere of radius r. 31) where dQdenotes the solid angle subtended by ds at the origin. 32) where 2r is the time of pulse duration. The total energy radiated by a pulse source can also be evaluated in frequency domain with the aid of the Fourier transform. For this purpose, we note Parseval's theorem in the Fourier transform.

The box continues to move until the wave packet impinges upon the right end wall of the box at t = 1/c, when the wave packet gives momentum G back to the box, which is in the positive z direction. This time, the momentum G makes the box move in the positive z direction with velocity v. 1z, the center of mass of the whole system including the box and the wave packet must remain at rest, since the whole system is isolated. Hence let us assume that the wave packet has carried away, from the box, the mass corresponding to the energy it carries by m.

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