The reflection and refraction of magnetohydrodynamic waves against plane boundaries of separation have repeatedly been dealt with and, as a rule, reference was made to the discontinuities which arose within the properties in the conducting medium. At the same time, of interest are also such situations as when a thin (on the scale of all wavelengths) structure is placed within a uniform medium, and the effect of this structure can be ascertained through specific boundary conditions. As an example of such a structure this paper considers a wire screen in which the conductivity of the conductors is considerably greater than the conductivity of the medium.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Magnetohydrodynamics New York, N.Y.|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 1990|
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