2 edition of Finite difference time domain electromagnetic scattering from frequency-dependent lossy materials found in the catalog.
Shipping list no.: 97-0824-M.Microfiche. [Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1997] 1 microfiche.
|Statement||National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|Publishers||National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
|2||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-203826.|
|3||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR-203826.|
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Download 34 GS citations 9. Taflove, "Application of the finite-difference time-domain method to sinusoidal steady-state electromagnetic penetration problems," IEEE Trans. One research frontier is the development of hybrid algorithms which join FDTD classical electrodynamics models with phenomena arising from quantum electrodynamics, especially vacuum fluctuations, such as the.
By using the SFDTD scheme, both the radiation and the scattering of three-dimensional objects are computed. Kriegsmann, "A numerical technique for analyzing electromagnetic wave scattering from moving surfaces," IEEE Trans.
A basic element of the FDTD space lattice is illustrated in Figure 2.2012; Zhang et al. Adapted with permission from Taflove and Hagness 2005. This type of display is useful in understanding what is going on in the model, and to help ensure that the model is working correctly. Cao, "FDTD simulation of thermal noise in open cavities," Physical Review A, vol. Different perturbations patterns on GPR signals due to a water leak of metallic and PVC pipes buried in a sand box, were mapped and studied with controlled water injection and leak volume, as well as a fixed leak position in the pipes.
An electromagnetic wave interaction structure is mapped into the space lattice by assigning appropriate values of permittivity to each electric field component, and permeability to each magnetic field component. 14 in Applications of the Method of Moments to Electromagnetic Fields, B. Radiation from monopole antennas on spherical-lossy earth is analyzed by the finitedifference time-domain FDTD method in spherical coordinates.
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The Finite Difference Time Domain Method The Finite Difference Time Domain FDTD method, as first proposed by Yee , is a direct solution of Maxwell's time dependent curl equations.
2000 Rylander and Bondeson introduced a provably stable FDTD - finite-element time-domain hybrid technique.
Taflove, "Numerical analysis and validation of the combined-field surface integral equations for electromagnetic scattering by arbitrary shaped two-dimensional anisotropic objects," IEEE Trans.