Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more ➡
Standard view
Full view
of .
×

1.1 COMPUTATIONAL ELECTROMAGNETICS ALGORITHMS
1.1.1 Low-Frequency Methods
1.1.2 High-Frequency Methods
2.1 MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS
2.2 ELECTROMAGNETIC BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
2.3.1 Three-Dimensional Green’s Function
2.3.2 Two-Dimensional Green’s Function
2.4 VECTOR POTENTIALS
2.4.1 Magnetic Vector Potential
2.4.2 Electric Vector Potential
2.5 NEAR AND FAR FIELDS
2.5.1 Near Field
2.5.2 Far Field
2.6 EQUIVALENT PROBLEMS
2.6.1 Surface Equivalent
2.6.2 Physical Equivalent
2.7 SURFACE INTEGRAL EQUATIONS
2.7.1 Electric Field Integral Equation
2.7.2 Magnetic Field Integral Equation
2.7.3 Combined Field Integral Equation
REFERENCES
3.1 ELECTROSTATIC PROBLEMS
3.1.1 Charged Wire
3.1.2 Charged Plate
3.2 THE METHOD OF MOMENTS
3.2.1 Point Matching
3.2.2 Galerkin’s Method
3.3 COMMON TWO-DIMENSIONAL BASIS FUNCTIONS
3.3.1 Pulse Functions
3.3.2 Piecewise Triangular Functions
3.3.3 Piecewise Sinusoidal Functions
3.3.4 Entire-Domain Functions
3.3.5 Number of Basis Functions
3.4 SOLUTION OF MATRIX EQUATIONS
3.4.1 Gaussian Elimination
3.4.2 LU Decompositon
3.4.3 Condition Number
3.4.4 Iterative Methods
3.4.5 Examples
3.4.6 Commonly Used Matrix Algebra Software
4.1 THIN WIRE APPROXIMATION
4.2 THIN WIRE EXCITATIONS
4.2.1 Delta-Gap Source
4.2.2 Magnetic Frill
4.2.3 Plane Wave
4.3 SOLVING HALL´EN’S EQUATION
4.3.1 Symmetric Problems
4.3.2 Asymmetric Problems
4.4 SOLVING POCKLINGTON’S EQUATION
4.4.1 Solution by Pulse Functions and Point Matching
4.5 THIN WIRES OF ARBITRARY SHAPE
4.5.1 Redistribution of EFIE Differential Operators
4.5.2 Solution Using Triangle Basis and Testing Functions
4.5.3 Solution Using Sinusoidal Basis and Testing Functions
4.5.4 Lumped and Distributed Impedances
4.6 EXAMPLES
4.6.1 Comparison of Thin Wire Models
4.6.2 Circular Loop Antenna
4.6.3 Folded Dipole Antenna
4.6.4 Two-Wire Transmission Line
4.6.5 Matching a Yagi Antenna
5.1 TWO-DIMENSIONAL EFIE
5.1.1 EFIE for a Strip: TM Polarization
5.1.2 Generalized EFIE: TM Polarization
5.1.3 EFIE for a Strip: TE Polariation
5.1.4 Generalized EFIE: TE Polarization
5.2 TWO-DIMENSIONAL MFIE
5.2.1 MFIE: TM Polarization
5.2.2 MFIE: TE Polarization
5.3 EXAMPLES
5.3.1 Scattering by an Inﬁnite Cylinder: TM Polarization
5.3.2 Scattering by an Inﬁnite Cylinder: TE Polarization
6.1 BOR SURFACE DESCRIPTION
6.2 SURFACE CURRENT EXPANSION ON A BOR
6.3.1 EFIE Matrix Elements
6.3.2 Excitation
6.3.3 Scattered Field
6.4 MFIE FOR A CONDUCTING BOR
6.4.1 MFIE Matrix Elements
6.4.2 Excitation
6.4.3 Scattered Field
6.5 NOTES ON SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION
6.5.1 Parallelization
6.5.2 Convergence
6.6 EXAMPLES
6.6.1 Galaxy
6.6.2 Conducting Sphere
6.6.3 EMCC Benchmark Targets
6.6.4 Biconic Reentry Vehicle
6.6.5 Summary of Examples
7.1 REPRESENTATION OF THREE-DIMENSIONAL SURFACES
7.2 SURFACE CURRENTS ON A TRIANGLE
7.2.1 Edge Finding Algorithm
7.3 EFIE FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTING SURFACES
7.3.1 EFIE Matrix Elements
7.3.2 Singular Matrix Element Evaluation
7.3.3 EFIE Excitation Vector Elements
7.4 MFIE FOR THREE-DIMENSIONAL CONDUCTING SURFACES
7.4.1 MFIE Matrix Elements
7.4.2 MFIE Excitation Vector Elements
7.4.4 Accuracy of RWG Functions in MFIE
7.5 NOTES ON SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION
7.5.1 Memory Management
7.5.2 Parallelization
7.6 CONSIDERATIONS FOR MODELING WITH TRIANGLES
7.6.1 Triangle Aspect Ratios
7.6.2 Watertight Meshes and T-Junctions
7.7 EXAMPLES
7.7.1 Serenity
7.7.2 RCS of a Sphere
7.7.3 EMCC Plate Benchmark Targets
7.7.4 Strip Dipole Antenna
7.7.5 Bowtie Antenna
7.7.6 Archimedean Spiral Antenna
7.7.7 Summary of Examples
8.1 THE MATRIX-VECTOR PRODUCT
8.2.1 Wave Translation
8.3 FMM MATRIX ELEMENTS
8.3.1 EFIE Matrix Elements
8.3.2 MFIE Matrix Elements
8.3.3 CFIE Matrix Elements
8.3.4 Matrix Transpose
8.4 ONE-LEVEL FAST MULTIPOLE ALGORITHM
8.4.1 Grouping of Basis Functions
8.4.2 Near and Far Groups
8.4.3 Number of Multipoles
8.4.4 Sampling Rates and Integration
8.4.5 Transfer Functions
8.4.7 Near-Matrix Elements
8.4.8 Matrix-Vector Product
8.4.9 Computational Complexity
8.5 MULTI-LEVEL FAST MULTIPOLE ALGORITHM (MLFMA)
8.5.1 Grouping via Octree
8.5.2 Matrix-Vector Product
8.5.3 Interpolation Algorithms
8.5.4 Transfer Functions
8.5.6 Interpolation Steps in MLFMA
8.5.7 Computational Complexity
8.6 NOTES ON SOFTWARE IMPLEMENTATION
8.6.1 Initial Guess in Iterative Solution
8.6.2 Memory Management
8.6.3 Parallelization
8.6.4 Vectorization
8.7 PRECONDITIONING
8.7.1 Diagonal Preconditioner
8.7.2 Block Diagonal Preconditioner
8.7.3 Inverse LU Preconditioner
8.7.4 Sparse Approximate Inverse
8.8 EXAMPLES
8.8.1 Bistatic RCS of a Sphere
8.8.2 EMCC Benchmark Targets
8.8.3 Summary of Examples
9.1 ONE-DIMENSIONAL INTEGRATION
9.1.1 Centroidal Approximation
9.1.2 Trapezoidal Rule
9.1.3 Simpson’s Rule
9.2 INTEGRATION OVER TRIANGLES
9.2.1 Simplex Coordinates
9.2.2 Radiation Integrals with a Constant Source
9.2.3 Radiation Integrals with a Linear Source
Index
0 of .
Results for:
P. 1
The method of moments in electromagnetics

The method of moments in electromagnetics

Ratings: 0|Views: 27,901|Likes:

Availability:

See More
See less

06/16/2013

pdf

text

original

Pages 4 to 143 are not shown in this preview.
Pages 145 to 289 are not shown in this preview.