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Time Domain Electromagnetics

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ISBN-10: 0125801904

ISBN-13: 9780125801904

Edition: 1999

Authors: Sadasiva M. Rao

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Time Domain Electromagnetics deals with a specific technique in electromagnetics within the general area of electrical engineering. This mathematical method has become a standard for a wide variety of applications for design and problem solving. This method of analysis in electromagnetics is directly related to advances in cellular and mobile communications technology, as well as traditional EM areas such as radar, antennas, and wave propagation. Most of the material is available in the research journals which is difficult for a non-specialist to locate, read, understand, and effectively use for the problem at hand. * Only book currently available to practicing engineers and research…    
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List price: $175.00
Copyright year: 1999
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Publication date: 7/26/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 372
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.244

An Initial Exploration of Time Domain Phenomena
The Infinite-Length Wire Antenna
The Finite-Length Wire Antenna
The Finite-Length Wire Scatterer
Late-Time Radiation from an Impulsively Excited Perfect Conductor
Some Special Capabilities of Time Domain Models
Modeling Chocies in CEM
Why Model in the Time Domain?
Evolution of Time Domain Modeling
Some General References
General Aspects of Time Domain Modeling
Model Development
Explicit vs Implicit Solution
Excitation Requirements
TD Solution
Time Domain Integral Equation Modeling
Some Representative TDIEs
A Prototype TDIE Model
Alternate Forms for a TDIE Solution
Excitation of a TDIE Model
Physical Implication of a TDIE Explicit Model
A Near-Neighbor TD Approximation
Time Domain Differential Equation Modeling
Space-Time Sampling of TDDE
Some Spatial-Mesh Alternatives
Mesh Closure Conditions
Handling Small Features in DE Models
Obtaining Far Fields from DE Models
Variations of TDDE Models
Comparison of TDDE and TDIE Models
Specific Issues Related to Time Domain Modeling
Increasing the Stability of the Time-Stepping Solution
Exploiting EM Singularities
Signal Processing as a Part of TD Modeling
Total-Field and Scattered-Field Formulations
Handling Frequency Dispersion and Loading in TD Models
Handling Medium and Component Nonlinearities or Time Variations in TD Models
Hybrid TD Models
The Concept of Pseudo-Time in Iterative FD Solutions
Exploiting Symmetries in TD Modeling
Concluding Remarks
Wire Structures: TDIE Solution
Basic Analysis
Analysis of a Straight Wire
Method of Moments Solution
Conjugate Gradient Method Solution
Numerical Example
Analysis of an Arbitrary Wire
Moment Method Solution
Conjugate Gradient Method
Numerical Examples
Implicit Solution Scheme
Application to Arbitrary Wire
Numerical Implementation
Numerical Examples
Analysis of Multiple Wires and Wire Junctions
Concluding Remarks
Infinite Conducting Cylinders: TDIE Solution
Integral Equation Formulation
Discretization Scheme
TM Incidence: EFIE Formulation
Explicit Solution Procedure
Implicit Solution Procedure
Numerical Examples
TE Incidence: EFIE Formulation
Explicit Solution Procedure
Implicit Solution Procedure
Numerical Examples
TE Incidence: HFIE Formulation
Explicit Solution Procedure
Implicit Solution Procedure
Numerical Examples
Concluding Remarks
Finite Conducting Bodies: TDIE Solution
Integral Equation Formulation
Numerical Solution Scheme
Explicit Numerical Method
Implicit Numerical Method
Efficiency Considerations
Numerical Examples
Far-Scattered Fields
Numerical Examples
Near-Scattered Fields
Extrapolation of Time Domain Response
Matrix Pencil Method
Total Least Squares Matrix Pencil
Numerical Examples
Concluding Remarks
Dielectric Bodies: TDIE Solution
Integral Equation Formulation
Two-Dimensional Cylinders
Numerical Solution Procedure
Numerical Examples
Three-Dimensional Bodies
Numerical Solution Procedure
Far-Scattered Fields
Numerical Examples
Concluding Remarks
Finite-Difference Time Domain Method
Introduction to FDTD
Pulse Propagation in a Lossy, Inhomogeneous, Layered Medium
Propagation of Half-Sine Pulse
Remote Sensing of Inhomogeneous, Lossy, Layered Media
Profile Inversion Results
Key Elements of FDTD Modeling Theory
FDTD Formulation for Two-Dimensional Closed-Region Problems
FDTD Formulation for TM and TE Cases
Hollow Rectangular Waveguide
Dielectric Slab-Loaded Rectangular Waveguide
Shielded Microstrip Lines
FDTD Formulation for Two-Dimensional Open-Region Problems
Absorbing Radiation Boundary Condition
Second-Order Radiation Boundary Condition
Plane Wave Source Condition
Near- to Far-Field Transformation
FDTD Modeling of Curved Surfaces
Perfectly Conducting Object: The TE Case
Perfectly Conducting Object: The TM Case
Homogeneous Dielectric Object: The TE Case
FDTD Formulation for Three-Dimensional Closed-Region Problems
Three-Dimensional Full-Wave Analysis
Compact Two-Dimensional FDTD Algorithm
Evaluation of Dispersion Characteristics
FDTD Formulation for Three-Dimensional Open-Region Problems
Second-Order Radiation Boundary Condition
Three-Dimensional Plane Wave Source Condition
Near- to Far-Field Transformation for the Three-Dimensional Case
RCS of a Flat-Plate Scatterer
Computer Resources and Modeling Implications
Concluding Remarks
Transmission Line Modeling Method
The Two-Dimensional TLM
Time Domain Wave Equation
Time Domain Transmission Line Equation
Equating Maxwell's and the Circuit Equations
General Scattering Matrix Theory
Applying Scattering Theory to the Free-Space Shunt T-Line
Modeling Inhomogeneous Lossy Media
Excitation of the TLM Mesh and Metallic Boundaries
TLM Mesh Truncation Conditions
Discretization of the TLM Spatial Grid
TLM Output
The Series Node and Duality
Outline of the Algorithm for Two-Dimensional TLM Code
Three-Dimensional TLM
Special Features in TLM
Frequency-Dependent Material
Alternative Meshing Schemes
Numerical Examples
Antenna Array
Electromagnetic Scattering
Concluding Remarks
Finite-Element Time Domain Method
Incident Field
Transverse Magnetic Case
Finite-Element Procedure
Time-Stepping Procedure
Numerical Results
Transverse Electric Case
Finite-Element Procedure
Time-Stepping Procedure
Numerical Results
Concluding Remarks
Finite-Volume Time Domain Method
Maxwell's Equations as a Hyperbolic Conservative System
The Conservative Form of Maxwell's Equations
Characteristics and Wavefront Propagation
An Elementary Form of the Finite-Volume Method
Finite-Volume Discretization of Maxwell's Equations
Spatial Discretizations
Temporal Discretization
Consistency and Stability
Hybridization of the FVTD Method with Other Models and Methods
Thin-Wire Models in the FVTD Method
Hybridization of the FVTD and the FDTD Methods
Another Approach of the Finite-Volume Approach
Numerical Examples
Dielectric Structures
Thin Screens with Finite Conductivity
Thin Wires
Concluding Remarks