A time-harmonic uniform plane wave propagates in air and onto a perfect conductor, as shown in Fig. P4 The electric field in its complex form is given by E vector = -z E_0e^jky. Find the surface current density J_s vector (in its complex form) on the surface of the perfect conductor in terms of E_0, mu_0, and element_0, and as a function of space. Consider air as a dielectric with mu_0 and element_0.

5.9 - A time-harmonic uniform plane wave propagates in air and onto a perfect conductor, as shown in Fig. P4 The electric field in its complex form is given by E vector = -z E_0e^jky. Find the surface current density J_s vector (in its complex form) on the surface of the perfect conductor in terms of E_0, mu_0, and element_0, and as a function of space. Consider air as a dielectric with mu_0 and element_0.

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images - A time-harmonic uniform plane wave propagates in air and onto a perfect conductor, as shown in Fig. P4 The electric field in its complex form is given by E vector = -z E_0e^jky. Find the surface current density J_s vector (in its complex form) on the surface of the perfect conductor in terms of E_0, mu_0, and element_0, and as a function of space. Consider air as a dielectric with mu_0 and element_0.

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