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Numerical Analysis for Electromagnetic Integral Equations

Numerical Analysis for Electromagnetic Integral Equations

Copyright: 2008
Pages: 300
ISBN: 9781596933330

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Improve EM simulation efforts fast with this applications-focused resource. This unique volume is the first book on integral equation-based methods that combines quantitative formulas for predicting numerical simulation accuracy together with rigorous error estimates and results for dozens of actual electromagnetics and wave propagation problems. You get the latest insights on accuracy-improving methods like regularization and error-increasing effects such as edge singularities and resonance, along with full details on how to determine mesh density, choice of basis functions, and other parameters needed to optimize any numerical simulation. Bridging the gap between abstract academic treatments and the real-world needs of engineers, this timely work introduces various surface integral equation formulations, approaches to discretizing the integral equations, and measures of solution accuracy. It gives you numerical methods for 2D radiation and scattering problems, emphasizing concrete solution error bounds with exactly given constants. Moreover, the book provides techniques for higher order basis functions and 3D problems, focusing on smooth scatterers and edge singularity effects. This informative reference also explores problems involving resonant cavities and structures, and features a comprehensive treatment of resonant scatterers. The final chapter covers the convergence of the fast multipole method with iterative linear system solvers, complete with practical methods for improving the efficiency of iterative solutions.
Introduction. Surface Integral Equation Formulations and the Method of Moments. Numerical Analysis for 2D Radiation and Scattering Problems. Higher-Order Basis Functions. 3D Problems. Resonant Structures. Iterative Solution Methods.; To view complete TOC:; Click Google Preview button under book title above, then click on Contents tab.;
  • Inigo Adin Anigo Adin is a researcher at The Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Tecnicas de Gipuzkoa (CEIT) in Navarro, Spain. He received his M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering and his Ph.D. at the University of Navarra. From 2003 to 2007 he worked towards his Ph.D. focused on CMOS RF front-ends for multistandard wireless applications in the 5GHz U-NII band. Other fields of interest have been the ESD protection design of a low power front end for EPSON.
  • Guillermo Bistue Guillermo Bistue is a researcher at The Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Tecnicas de Gipuzkoa (CEIT) in Navarro, Spain. He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from the Engineering School of the University of Navarra. He has taken part in several industrial and basic research projects, dealing with wireless standards communications like WLAN, DVB-H, GALILEO&GPS. He is author or coauthor of more than twenty technical publications.
  • Raj Mittra Raj Mittra is a professor in the Electrical Engineering Department of Pennsylvania State University and the Director of the Electromagnetic Communication Laboratory. He has served as the editor of the prominent journal, Transactions of the Antennas and Propagation Society. He is also the coauthor of Parallel Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method (Artech House, 2006). Professor Mittra won the IEEE Millennium medal in 2000, the IEEE/AP-S Distinguished Achievement Award in 2002, the AP-S Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award in 2004, and the IEEE Electromagnetics Award in 2005.
  • Carlos Quemada Carlos Quemada is a researcher with IKERLAN, Mondragon, Spain. He has published several papers in the field of CMOS technology and previously was a member of the Engineering Faculty at the University of Navarra. He earned his M.Sc. in telecommunications engineering and his Ph.D. in industrial engineering, both at the University of Navarra.
  • Karl F. Warnick Karl F. Warnick is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Brigham Young University in Utah, where he earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering. He is also co-author of Problem Solving in Electromagnetics, Microwave Circuit, and Antenna Design for Communications Engineering (Artech House, 2006).
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