Uzunoglu, Nikolaos K., Nikita, Konstantina S., Kaklamani, Dimitra I. (Eds.)
Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000, IX, 528 pp.
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Survey of latest research on computational electromagnetics
Presents fundamental methods with applications
Only book to cover the subject so widely
May be used as a graduate text
@EOI: AEI rEOMETPEI Epigram of the Academy of Plato in Athens Electromagnetism, the science of forces arising from Amber (HAEKTPON) and the stone of Magnesia (MArNHLIA), has been the fOWldation of major scientific breakthroughs, such as Quantum Mechanics and Theory of Relativity, as well as most leading edge technologies of the twentieth century. The accuracy of electromagnetic fields computations for engineering purposes has been significantly improved during the last decades, due to the deVelopment of efficient computational techniques and the availability of high performance computing. The present book is based on the contributions and discussions developed during the NATO Advanced Study Institute on Applied Computational Electromagnetics: State of the Art and Future Trends, which has taken place in Hellas, on the island of Samos, very close to the birthplace of Electromagnetism. The book covers the fundamental concepts, recent developments and advanced applications of Integral Equation and Metliod of Moments Techniques, Finite Element and BOWldary Element Methods, Finite Difference Time Domain and Transmission Line Methods. Furthermore, topics related to Computational Electromagnetics, such as Inverse Scattering, Semi-Analytical Methods and Parallel Processing Techniques are included. The collective presentation of the principal computational electromagnetics techniques, developed to handle diverse challenging leading edge technology problems, is expected to be useful to researchers and postgraduate students working in various topics of electromagnetic technologies.
I Integral Equation Techniques.- Integral Equation Formulation Analysis of Electromagnetic Structures.- Entire Domain Method of Moments Techniques.- The Method of Auxiliary Sources (MAS) — Solution of Propagation, Diffraction and Inverse Problems Using MAS.- Large-Domain MoM for CAD of Antennas and Scatterers.- The Electric Field Integral Equation and the Physical Theory of Diffraction in Scattering Analysis.- Antenna Synthesis by Orthogonal MoM (OM3).- Closed-Form Asymptotic Extraction Techniques in Method of Moments.- Microwave Networks and the Method of Moments.- II Finite Element-Boundary Element Methods.- The Node Based Finite Element Method.- Three-Dimensional Edge-Based Vector Finite Elements.- Hierarchical Mixed-Order Tangential Vector Finite Elements for Triangular Elements.- Two-Dimensional Finite Element — Boundary Integral Method.- Finite Element-Fast Integral Methods for Antenna Analysis.- III The FD-TD Method: Theory and Applications.- Fundamentals of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FD-TD) Method for Modeling Propagation in Dielectrics.- Transparent Absorbing Boundary (TAB): In-Domain Computational Domain Truncation.- Wireless Mobile Antennas and Cosite Interference in Communication Systems.- IV Transmission Line Method.- The Transmission Line Matrix Method.- Enhancements to TLM.- Application of TLM to Microwave Circuits.- Applications of TLM to EMC Problems.- V Inverse Scattering.- Analysis of Layered Media Terminated with an Impedance Surface Varying in Lateral Directions.- Reconstruction of Sea Bottom Acoustic Parameters Using a Multilayer Model and Obliquely Incident Acoustic Waves.- A Diffraction Tomography Technique Using Spectral Domain Moment Method and Nonlinear Optimization.- VI Analytical and Special Numerical Techniques.- The Method of Regularization and its Application to Some EM Problems.- A Hybrid Method in the Analysis of Planar Waveguides.- Wiener-Hopf Type Analysis of Microstrip Structures.- VII Parallel Processing Techniques.- Using Parallel Processing Techniques as a Computational Tool.- Parallelized Entire Domain Method of Moments Solutions in Large Size Electromagnetic Problems.- Integral Equation Code Parallelization and Vectorization on a CRAY-C90.- Multigrid Techniques for the Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics.