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The method of moments in electromagnetics / Walton C. Gibson.



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Gibson, Walton C.
Publication date:
Boca Raton, Fla. : Chapman & Hall/CRC, c2008.
  • Book
  • xv, 272 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • PREFACE Computational Electromagnetics Computational Electromagnetics Algorithms A Brief Review of Electromagnetics Maxwell's Equations Electromagnetic Boundary Conditions Formulations for Radiation Vector Potentials Near and Far Fields Equivalent Problems Surface Integral Equations The Method of Moments Electrostatic Problems The Method of Moments Common Two-Dimensional Basis Functions Solution of Matrix Equations Thin Wires Thin Wire Approximation Thin Wire Excitations Solving Hallen's Equation Solving Pocklington's Equation Thin Wires of Arbitrary Shape Examples two-dimensional Problems Two-Dimensional EFIE Two-Dimensional MFIE Examples Bodies of Revolution BOR Surface Descriptions Surface Current Expansion on a BOR EFIE for a Conducting BOR MFIE for a Conducting BOR Notes on Software Implementation Examples three-dimensional Problems Representation of Three-Dimensional Surfaces Surface Currents on a Triangle EFIE for Three-Dimensional Conducting Surfaces MFIE for Three-Dimensional Conducting Surfaces Notes on Software Implementation Considerations for Modeling with Triangles Examples The Fast Multipole Method The Matrix-Vector Product Addition Theorem FMM Matrix Elements One-Level Fast Multipole Algorithm Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm Notes on Software Implementation Preconditioning Examples Integration One-Dimensional Integration Integration over Triangles INDEX References appear at the end of each chapter.
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Publisher's Summary:
"The Methods of Moments in Electromagnetics" presents a practical introduction to this boundary element method for solving partial differential equations. The book provides an in-depth understanding of numerical implementation, integral equations, and electromagnetic theory. Offering a step-by-step discussion of how to use this method properly, the author covers various applications such as scattering and radiation by thin wires as well as two-dimensional radiation and scattering problems. This accessible reference features numerous MATLAB[registered] examples and problems throughout the text and offers the downloadable code on a supporting website.
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