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Numerical solutions of electromagnetic field problems is an area of paramount interest in academia, industry and government. This book provides a compendium of solution techniques dealing with integral equations arising in electromagnetic field problems in time and frequency domains. Written by leading researchers in the field, it documents the authors' unique space/time separation approach using Laguerre polynomials. Numerous examples that illustrate the various methodologies and user-friendly computer codes make this volume highly accessible for engineers, researchers, and scientists.
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The first to address the solution of integral equations in bothtime and frequency domains
Integral equations–based methods are among the mostversatile techniques that one can use for the electromagneticanalysis of both conducting and piecewise homogeneous materialbodies. They provide both efficient and accurate solutions forchallenging problems, such as analysis of electrically largestructures. Written by leading researchers in the field, Timeand Frequency Domain Solutions of EM Problems Using IntegralEquations and a Hybrid Methodology provides a compendium ofsolution techniques dealing with integral equations arising inelectromagnetic field problems in the time and frequencydomains.
This book deals primarily with the novel solution of time domainintegral equations. It documents the authors' unique space/timeseparation approach using associated Laguerre functions. A hybridmethod based simultaneously on the time and frequency domains ispresented to illustrate how to go beyond the limitations of thehardware resources of a computer to solve challenging electricallylarge electromagnetic field problems. User-friendly electromagneticanalysis computer codes are provided along with examplesillustrating the various methodologies. The book also:
Provides a summary of the different types of spaces includingthe concept of mapping and projections leading to the formulationof operator equations
Discusses the solution of frequency domain integral equationsusing the popular triangular discretizations and the RWG basisfunctions
Describes how to solve time domain integral equations using theclassic marching-on-in-time (MOT) and the new marching-on-in-degree(MOD) methodologies
Presents a new, improved version of the marching-on-in-degree(MOD) methodology
Presents a hybrid methodology by using early time and lowfrequency information to solve large problems no longer limited bythe hardware resources of the computer
With sample computer programs and examples, this book is idealfor graduate students and scientists in electrical engineering andcomputational electromagnetics who are looking to gain a basicunderstanding of the numerical solution of integral equations infrequency and time domains. A unique text designed to increaseunderstanding of the content through hands-on material, Time andFrequency Domain Solutions of EM Problems Using Integral Equationsand a Hybrid Methodology is useful for both research andteaching.About the Author:
Baek Ho Jung is Associate Professor with the Department ofInformation and Communication Engineering, Hoseo University, Asan,Chungnam, Korea.
Tapan K. Sarkar is a Professor in the Department ofElectrical and Computer Engineering, Syracuse University, New York.He has authored or coauthored more than 300 journal articles,numerous conference papers, 32 book chapters and 15 books.
Yu Zhang is Associate Professor of Xidian University andcurrently works at Syracuse University, New York.
Zhong Ji is an RF/Antenna engineer at LairdTechnologies.
Mengtao Yuan has been with Cadence Design Systems, Inc.in Tempe, AZ since 2006.
Magdalena Salazar Palma is with the Departamento deTeoría de la Señal y Comunicaciones, EscuelaPolitécnica Superior of Universidad Carlos III deMadrid, Spain where she is Full Professor and Chairperson ofthe Department. She has authored more than 260 publications inbooks, scientific journals and symposium proceedings.
Sadasiva M. Rao has been teaching electromagnetic theory,communication systems, electrical circuits and other relatedcourses for the last 25 years at various institutions. He iscurrently a Professor in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering atAuburn University, Alabama. Dr. Rao's research has had a tremendousimpact on the electromagnetic community/industry.
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