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by Weng Cho Chew,Karl F Warnick

  • ISBN: 159693333X
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Weng Cho Chew,Karl F Warnick
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Artech House Publishers (September 1, 2008)
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Numerical simulation is essential to electrical engineers working in antenna design, wireless communications, optical systems, and a host of other areas.

Numerical simulation is essential to electrical engineers working in antenna design, wireless communications, optical systems, and a host of other areas. Bridging the gap between abstract academic treatments and practical engineering needs, this timely work introduces various surface integral equation formulations, approaches to discretizing the integral equations, and measures of solution accuracy. All told, this definitive resource is indispensable for all engineers and software developers working with computational simulation tools in electromagnetics and wave propagation.

Numerical Analysis for E. .has been added to your Cart. Karl F. Warnick received the . degree (magna cum laude) with University Honors and the P. degree from Brigham Young University (BYU), Provo, UT, in 1994 and 1997, respectively. Since 2000, he has been a faculty member in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at BYU, where he is currently an Associate Professor.

Автор: Karl F. Warnick, Brigham Young University and Weng Название: Numerical Analysis for Electromagnetic Integral Equations Издательство: Artech House Классификация: ISBN: 159693333X ISBN-13(EAN): 9781596933330 ISBN: 1-59693-333-X ISBN-13(EAN).

Artech House Electromagnetic Analysis. By (author) Karl F. Warnick, By (author) Weng Cho Chew. Warnick is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, Brigham Young University in Utah, where he earned his P. in electrical engineering. He is also coauthor of Problem Solving in Electromagnetics, Microwave Circuit, and Antenna Design for Communications Engineering (Artech House, 2006).

Error analysis of the moment method. Numerical analysis for electromagnetic integral equations. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 46 (6), 38-53, 2004. Unified definitions of efficiencies and system noise temperature for receiving antenna arrays. KF Warnick, MV Ivashina, R Maaskant, B Woestenburg. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 58 (6), 2121-2125, 2010. Efficiencies and system temperature for a beamforming array.

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Electromagnetic Integral Equations For a listing of recent titles in the Artech House Electromagnetic Analysis Series, turn to the back of this book. Warnick. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data.

Abstract Numerical methods are of great importance in the study of electromagnetic scattering from random rough surfaces

Abstract Numerical methods are of great importance in the study of electromagnetic scattering from random rough surfaces. oceedings{SM, title {Numerical simulation methods for rough surface scattering}, author {Karl F. Warnick and Weng Cho Chew}, year {2001} }. Warnick, Weng Cho Chew.

frequency domain for various electromagnetic problems based on discrete exterior . But for frequency domain analysis, this is not a forced requirement.

frequency domain for various electromagnetic problems based on discrete exterior calculus (DEC) with an arbitrary 2-D triangular or 3-D tetrahedral mesh. We formulate the governing equations in terms of DEC for 3D and 2D inhomogeneous structures, and also show that the charge continuity relation is naturally satisfied.

This unique volume is the first book on integral equation-based methods that combines quantitative formulas for predicting numerical simulation accuracy together with rigorous error estimates and . Warnick, Karl F. Other Authors: Chew, Weng Cho. Format: eBook.

This unique volume is the first book on integral equation-based methods that combines quantitative formulas for predicting numerical simulation accuracy together with rigorous error estimates and results for dozens of actual electromagnetics and wave propagation problems.

by Weng Cho Chew and Karl F. This unique volume is the first book on integral equation-based methods that combines quantitative formulas for predicting numerical simulation accuracy together with rigorous error estimates and results for dozens of actual electromagnetics and wave propagation problems.

Numerical simulation is essential to electrical engineers working in antenna design, wireless communications, optical systems, and a host of other areas. This new applications-focused book provides engineers with state-of-the-art methods for predicting simulation accuracy, worked-out results for dozens of real-world problems, the latest accuracy-improving techniques, and detailed guidance for all parameters required to optimize numerical simulations. Bridging the gap between abstract academic treatments and practical engineering needs, this timely work introduces various surface integral equation formulations, approaches to discretizing the integral equations, and measures of solution accuracy. All told, this definitive resource is indispensable for all engineers and software developers working with computational simulation tools in electromagnetics and wave propagation.
Reviews about Numerical Analysis for Electromagnetic Integral Equations (Artech House Electromagnetic Analysis) (2):
Uaha
Well written.
TheJonnyTest
The book mainly deals with error analysis of the Method of Moments as applied to electromagnetic scattering problems.
With particular reference to the case of a perfeclty conducting circular cylinder, the Author provides a very deep explanation of the sources of errors in terms of projection and aliasing errors for the EFIE, MFIE and CFIE and TE/TM incidence. It clarifies, with analytical details, how the smoothness of the kernel of the involved integral equations and the features of the chosen basis/test functions affect the error behavior versus the discretization density and the ill-conditioning of the achieved linear system of equations to be inverted. A generalization to perfectly flat strip/2D wedges and perfectly conducting 3D scatterers is also provided.
The cases of resonant structures as well as the use of higher-order basis functions (polynomials) and iterative solutions to linear system of equations are also sketched.
The book, which is devoted to people with some background on the Method of Moments already available, is worth to be bought and interesting to be read. The title is a bit misleading: I would have used "error analysis" instead of "numerical analysis".

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