## What is/are Isotropic Circular?

Isotropic Circular - In this work a local Radial Basis Generated-Finite Differences method is used to investigate the electromagnetic scattering problem of an infinitely long anisotropic circular cylinder, described by two coupled complex partial differential equations.^{[1]}As examples, for a Gaussian beam, zero-order Bessel beam and Hertzian electric dipole radiation striking a spheroid with a uniaxial anisotropic spheroid inclusion and a circular cylinder with a uniaxial anisotropic circular cylinder inclusion, the normalized differential scattering cross sections are calculated, and the scattering properties are analyzed concisely.

^{[2]}Anisotropic circular dichroism (ACD) spectroscopy of macroscopically aligned molecules reveals additional information about their excited states that is lost in the CD of randomly oriented solutions.

^{[3]}2$ THz range and polarization-independent imaging results as an isotropic circular antenna.

^{[4]}Along with the sensing response, power fraction, scattering loss, effective mode area, and V parameter have been numerically computed by the full-vector finite element method with anisotropic circular perfect matched layers.

^{[5]}So, we propose a new computerized boundary element model for the solution of such problems and obtaining the three-temperature nonlinear generalized thermoelastic stresses in anisotropic circular cylindrical plate structures problems which are related with the proposed theory, where we used two-dimensional three temperature nonlinear radiative heat conduction equations coupled with electron, ion and phonon temperatures.

^{[6]}We present a continuum formulation to obtain the effects of surface residual stress and surface elastic constants on extensional and torsional stiffnesses of isotropic circular nanorods.

^{[7]}The present work deals with a new problem of thermoelasticity for an infinitely long and isotropic circular cylinder of temperature dependent physical properties.

^{[8]}For functionally gradient isotropic circular cylindrical shells, we propose the nonstationary heatconduction and thermoelasticity equations with appropriate boundary conditions.

^{[9]}The paper presents an analysis of an isotropic circular axisymmetric perforated plate loaded with concentrated force Pi applied in the geometric center of the plate using finite element software ANSYS.

^{[10]}The results have been verified with the help of convergence study in terms of the number of discretization nodes and by comparison with the results of isotropic circular plates and of laminated circular/annular plates available in the literature.

^{[11]}2$ THz range and polarization-independent imaging results as an isotropic circular antenna.

^{[12]}This paper deals with the analysis of transverse electric (TE) mode resonant frequency using a cylindrical coordinate system-based finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method for anisotropic circular dielectric resonator.

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## isotropic circular cylinder

In this work a local Radial Basis Generated-Finite Differences method is used to investigate the electromagnetic scattering problem of an infinitely long anisotropic circular cylinder, described by two coupled complex partial differential equations.^{[1]}As examples, for a Gaussian beam, zero-order Bessel beam and Hertzian electric dipole radiation striking a spheroid with a uniaxial anisotropic spheroid inclusion and a circular cylinder with a uniaxial anisotropic circular cylinder inclusion, the normalized differential scattering cross sections are calculated, and the scattering properties are analyzed concisely.

^{[2]}The present work deals with a new problem of thermoelasticity for an infinitely long and isotropic circular cylinder of temperature dependent physical properties.

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## isotropic circular antenna

2$ THz range and polarization-independent imaging results as an isotropic circular antenna.^{[1]}2$ THz range and polarization-independent imaging results as an isotropic circular antenna.

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## isotropic circular cylindrical

So, we propose a new computerized boundary element model for the solution of such problems and obtaining the three-temperature nonlinear generalized thermoelastic stresses in anisotropic circular cylindrical plate structures problems which are related with the proposed theory, where we used two-dimensional three temperature nonlinear radiative heat conduction equations coupled with electron, ion and phonon temperatures.^{[1]}For functionally gradient isotropic circular cylindrical shells, we propose the nonstationary heatconduction and thermoelasticity equations with appropriate boundary conditions.

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