ISSN 1812-7231 Klin.inform.telemed. Volume 13, Issue 14, 2018, Pages 102–107
Yu. M. Penkin1, V. A. Katrich2, D. Yu. Penkin2, M. V. Nesterenko2
1National University of Pharmacy, Kharkiv, Ukraine2V. N. Karazin Kharkiv National University, Ukraine
Simulator effects of longitudinal magnetic waves for biochemical research
Introduction. In recent years, there has been an intense increase in research interest in the study of longitudinal electromagnetic waves. Separate for medical applications is the direction of research on the effects of longitudinal waves on biochemical objects. However, at present there are no experimental devices that provide researchers with the possibility of controlling the power of such waves and the variation of their frequency.
The purpose of the work is to give a justification of the possibility of practical implementation of the simulator for the process of propagation of a longitudinal magnetic wave in a dielectric sample.
Object and Methodology. The concept of an experimental simulator is based on the results obtained earlier by the authors using rigorous electrodynamic methods.
Results. The concept of creating a simulator of the effect of a longitudinal magnetic wave on a dielectric sample under the conditions of controlling the power of influence and controlling the frequency of the wave process is substantiated. The simulator is proposed to be implemented on the basis of a two-channel junction of rectangular waveguides. The simulation of the wave process is based on the cyclic movements of the dielectric body inside the waveguide segment in a quasistationary magnetic field localized in the region of the coupling slots.
Longitudinal magnetic wave, Wave process simulator, Waveguide device
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