Computational Methods for Electromagnetics

Author: Andrew F. Peterson
Publisher: Wiley-IEEE Press
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Computational Methods for Electromagnetics is an indispensable resource for making efficient and accurate formulations for electromagnetics applications and their numerical treatment. Employing a unified coherent approach that is unmatched in the field, the authors detail both integral and differential equations using the method of moments and finite-element procedures. In addition, readers will gain a thorough understanding of numerical solution procedures. Topics covered include: Two- and three-dimensional integral equation/method-of-moments formulations Open-region finite-element formulations based on the scalar and vector Helmholtz equations Finite difference time-domain methods Direct and iterative algorithms for the solutions of linear systems Error analysis and the convergence behavior of numerical results Radiation boundary conditions Acceleration methods for periodic Green's functions Vector finite elements Detail is provided to enable the reader to implement concepts in software and, in addition, a collection of related computer programs are available via the Internet. Computational Methods for Electromagnetics is designed for graduate-level classroom use or self-study, and every chapter includes problems. It will also be of particular interest to engineers working in the aerospace, defense, telecommunications, wireless, electromagnetic compatibility, and electronic packaging industries.

Analytical and Computational Methods in Electromagnetics

Author: Ramesh Garg
Publisher: Artech House
ISBN: 1596933860
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Achieve optimal microwave system performance by mastering the principles and methods underlying today's powerful computational tools and commercial software in electromagnetics. This authoritative resource offers you clear and complete explanation of this essential electromagnetics knowledge, providing you with the analytical background you need to understand such key approaches as MoM (method of moments), FDTD (Finite Difference Time Domain) and FEM (Finite Element Method), and Green's functions. This comprehensive book includes all math necessary to master the material. Moreover, it features numerous solved problems that help ensure your understanding of key concepts throughout the book.

Advanced Modeling in Computational Electromagnetic Compatibility

Author: Dragan Poljak, PhD
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470116870
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This text combines the fundamentals of electromagnetics with numerical modeling to tackle a broad range of current electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems, including problems with lightning, transmission lines, and grounding systems. It sets forth a solid foundation in the basics before advancing to specialized topics, and allows readers to develop their own EMC computational models for applications in both research and industry.

Computational Methods for Electromagnetics and Microwaves

Author: Richard C. Booton
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
ISBN: 9780471528043
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Emphasizes electromagnetic and microwave problems and the fundamental algorithms which can be used as the basis for computer programs that produce useful numerical results. Includes relevant computer project descriptions in related chapters. A requirement for any student doing work in electromagnetics.

Computational Methods for Electromagnetic Inverse Scattering

Author: Xudong Chen
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119312019
Format: PDF
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A comprehensive and updated overview of the theory, algorithms and applications of for electromagnetic inverse scattering problems Offers the recent and most important advances in inverse scattering grounded in fundamental theory, algorithms and practical engineering applications Covers the latest, most relevant inverse scattering techniques like signal subspace methods, time reversal, linear sampling, qualitative methods, compressive sensing, and noniterative methods Emphasizes theory, mathematical derivation and physical insights of various inverse scattering problems Written by a leading expert in the field

Computational Methods for Electromagnetic Phenomena

Author: Wei Cai
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107021057
Format: PDF
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The first book of its kind to cover a wide range of computational methods for electromagnetic phenomena, from atomistic to continuum scales, this integrated and balanced treatment of mathematical formulations, algorithms and the underlying physics enables us to engage in innovative and advanced interdisciplinary computational research.

Computational Methods for Electromagnetic and Optical Systems Second Edition

Author: John M. Jarem
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1439804230
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This text examines a variety of spectral computational techniques— including k-space theory, Floquet theory and beam propagation— that are used to analyze electromagnetic and optical problems. The authors tie together different applications in EM and optics in which the state variable method is used. Emphasizing the analysis of planar diffraction gratings using rigorous coupled wave analysis, the book presents many cases that are analyzed using a full-field vector approach to solve Maxwell’s equations in anisotropic media where a standard wave equation approach is intractable.

Computational Methods in Geophysical Electromagnetics

Author: Eldad Haber
Publisher: SIAM
ISBN: 1611973791
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This monograph provides a framework for students and practitioners who are working on the solution of electromagnetic imaging in geophysics. Bridging the gap between theory and practical applied material (for example, inverse and forward problems), it provides a simple explanation of finite volume discretization, basic concepts in solving inverse problems through optimization, a summary of applied electromagnetics methods, and MATLAB?÷code for efficient computation.

Numerical Methods in Electromagnetism

Author: M. V. K. Chari
Publisher: Academic Press
ISBN: 9780126157604
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Electromagnetics is the foundation of our electric technology. It describes the fundamental principles upon which electricity is generated and used. This includes electric machines, high voltage transmission, telecommunication, radar, and recording and digital computing. This book will serve both as an introductory text for graduate students and as a reference book for professional engineers and researchers. This book leads the uninitiated into the realm of numerical methods for solving electromagnetic field problems by examples and illustrations. Detailed descriptions of advanced techniques are also included for the benefit of working engineers and research students. * Comprehensive descriptions of numerical methods * In-depth introduction to finite differences, finite elements, and integral equations * Illustrations and applications of linear and nonlinear solutions for multi-dimensional analysis * Numerical examples to facilitate understanding of the methods * Appendices for quick reference of mathematical and numerical methods employed

Computational Methods for Electromagnetic and Optical Systems

Author: John M. Jarem
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780824779160
Format: PDF, ePub
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The current rapid and complex advancement applications of electromagnetic (EM) and optical systems calls for a much needed update on the computational methods currently in use. Completely revised and reflecting ten years of develoments, this second edition of the bestselling Computational Methods for Electromagnetic and Optical Systems provides the update so desperately needed in this field. Offering a wealth of new material, this second edition begins with scalar wave propagation and analysis techniques, chiral and metamaterials, and photonic band gap structures. It examines Pontying vector and stored energy, as well as energy, group, and phase velocities; reviews k-space state variable formation with applications to anistropic planar systems; and presents full-field rigorous coupled wave analysis of planar diffraction gratings with applications to H-mode, E-mode, crossed gratings, single and multilayered diffraction grating analysis, and diffraction from anistropic gratings. Later chapters highlight spectral techniques and RCWA as applied to the analysis of dynamic wave-mixing in PR materials with induced transmission and reflection gratings and demonstrate the RCWA algorithm to analyze cylindrical and spherical systems using circular, bipolar cylindrical, and spherical coordinates. The book concludes with several RCWA computational case studies involving scattering from spatially inhomogeneous eccentric circular cylinders, solved in bipolar coordinates. Many of these examples apply the complex Poynting theorem or the forwardscattering (optical) theorem to validate numerical solutions by verifying power conservation. Using common computational tools such as Fortran, MATLAB, COMSOL, and RSOFT, the text offers numerous examples to illuminate the material, many of which employ a full-field vector approach to analyze and solve Maxwell’s equations in anisotropic media where a standard wave equation approach is intractable. Designed to introduce novel spectral computational techniques, the book demonstrates the application of these methods to analyze a variety of EM and optical systems.