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Furthermore, the incident wave is assumed to be a plane wave propagating in an arbitrary direction which is normal to the edge. e. the shadowing and reflected waves) are always time-harmonic. The frequency of these latter is sometimes equal to that of the incident wave but sometimes differs from it (Doppler’s effect). It is also interesting that the apparent shadow and reflection boundaries are never parallel to the incident rays (aberrations). The physical explanations of various shifts are also different depending on the direction and numerical value of the velocity.
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Harrington, Field Computation by Moment Methods, IEEE Press, San Francisco, 1968  P. F. Harrington, Time Harmonic Electromagnetic Fields, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1961 Scattering of a Plane-Wave by a Moving HalfPlane: A Full Relativistic Study M. ødemen1 and A. tr Abstract The aim of the present work is to reveal the effect of the motion on the scattering by a moving edge. To this end one considers the edge of a half-plane, which moves with constant velocity. This canonical problem permits one to investigate the effect of both the velocity and the direction of motion on the reflection, shadowing, and edge-diffraction phenomena.