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|Other titles||Application of edge based finite elements and vector ABCs in 3D scattering.|
|Statement||A. Chatterjee, J.M. Jin and J.L. Volakis.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189845.|
|Contributions||Jin, Jian-Ming, 1962-, Volakis, John Leonidas, 1956-, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Application of edge-based finite elements and vector ABCs in 3D scattering. A finite element absorbing boundary condition (FE-ABC) solution of the scattering by arbitrary 3-D structures is. Abstract. This paper reviews two hybrid (frequency domain) finite element methods for electromagnetic scattering applications. Specifically, the progress over the last five years or so is reviewed as it pertains to the finite element method when combined with the boundary integral or the absorbing boundary conditions for truncating the computational by: 1. Finite element method for electromagnetics: antennas, microwave circuits, and scattering applications John L. Volakis, Arindam Chatterjee, Leo C. Kempel The original goal of writing the book was to serve as a text for beginning graduate students Interested in the application of the finite element method and its hybrid versions to. Scattering and radiation analysis of three-dimensional cavity arrays via a hybrid finite element method Electromagnetic scattering from realistic targets [microform]: final report for NASA NAG / co-pr Edge-based finite elements and vector ABCS applied to 3D scattering [microform] / A. Chatterjee, J.M. Ji Application of edge.
A. Saadi, L. Pichon, Analysis of 3D scattering problems using finite elements and exact boundary conditions, COMPEL - The international journal for computation and mathematics in electrical and electronic engineering, /, 15, 4, (), (). Introduction The edge element-based finite element method (FEM) is widely used in high-frequency electromagnetic field simulations, such as waveguide discontinuities, antennas, and scattering,. It can combine any geometrical adaptability and material generality for modeling geometry and materials of any composition. The classic Artech House book, Quick Finite Elements for Electromagnetic Waves, has now been revised and expanded to bring you up-to-date with the latest developments in the Field. You find brand new discussions on finite elements in 3D, 3D resonant cavities, and 3D waveguide devices. Moreover, the second edition supplies you with MATLAB code, making this resource easier to comprehend and. To this point in this book, all the finite element work has proceeded in the frequency domain; in this chapter, time domain finite element analysis (FETD) is discussed, and a connection made with the FDTD, which is explored in detail, revisiting the one-dimensional wave analysis problem introduced in Chapter 9 in the time domain.
Mats G. Larson, Fredrik Bengzon The Finite Element Method: Theory, Implementation, and Practice November 9, Springer. here is based on the edge-based FEM. We solve for the magnetic vector potential A in the whole computational domain. The complete details of the edge-based FEM is reported in the EM engineering literature [e.g. Hano, ]. 2. Edge-based Finite Element Analysis  The problem of EM induction is actually a problem of. Method of Moments for 2D Scattering Problems Basic Concepts and Applications. Posted on by galu. Method of Moments for 2D Scattering Problems Basic Concepts and. A wider range of applications, including antennas, phased arrays, electric machines, high-frequency circuits, and crystal photonics The finite element analysis of wave propagation, scattering, and radiation in periodic structures The time-domain finite element method for analysis of wideband antennas and transient electromagnetic phenomena.