1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A TE_10 mode is propagating in a rectangular waveguide along the z-axis. If the waveguide is terminated with a perfectly conducting metal plate normal to the z-axis, then 100% of the electromagnetic radiation propagating in the guide will be reflected by the metal plate. If the dimensions of the guide are a by b with the cutoff frequency ω_c = cπ/a, 1) what is the force felt by the metal plate due to the reflected radiation? 2) if instead of a metal plate, a resistive plate which absorbed 100% of the incident radiation were used, what would be the force experienced by this resistive plate? 2. Relevant equations F = q(E + v x B) ?? 3. The attempt at a solution For TE_10, B_z = B_o*cos(πx/a)??