Издательство Artech House, 2001, -949 pp.This book documents recent advances in computational electromagnetics performed under the auspices of the Center for Computational Electromagnetics at the University of Illinois, funded mainly by the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI), a program administered by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. Other funding agencies also contributed to the success of the Center, such as the National Science Foundation, Office of Naval Research, Army Research Office, and Department of Energy. There is a tremendous need to bring the science of electromagnetic simulation, also known as computational electromagnetics, to the same confidence level as that achieved by circuit simulation. However, computational electromagnetics involves solving Maxwell's equations, which are more complex than circuit equations. It is hoped that one day electromagnetic simulation will master this complexity and enjoy the same pervasiveness in engineering design as does circuit simulation. We are grateful for the foresight of these funding agencies who share our passion for developing this technology. This book does not pretend to be complete, as it reflects our viewpoint of computational electromagnetics. However, we believe that the knowledge required to support electromagnetic simulation in a sophisticated manner has to come from physicists, engineers, mathematicians, and computer scientists. Since electrical engineering is an offshoot of applied physics, we play the role of applied physicists in the development of this technology: we develop this technology based on our physical insight into the problems, while drawing on knowledge from mathematicians and computer scientists. The presentation style of most of the chapters of this book is in the manner of applied physicists or of traditional electromagneticists – hopefully, we sacrifice mathematical rigor for physical clarity. This book is not an introduction to computational electromagnetics. It documents recent advances in computational electromagnetics in the manner of a monograph. A seasoned researcher in the area of computational electromagnetics should have little difficulty reading the material. It is also hoped that a graduate student or a professional with some preliminary background in computational electromagnetics or a classicist in electromagnetics who has done some rapid background reading, can easily digest the work reported in this book. For one who intends to perform research in this area, this book will be an excellent starting point. The variety of topics covered is sufficient to nourish many different research directions in this very interesting field. Even though this book deals only with linear problems associated with Maxwell's equations, it can be gleaned from a cursory reading that such problems are rich; they are amenable to different mathematical analyses, and allow for different and interesting algorithm designs. Because of the linearity of the problems, both differential equation and integral equation solvers can be developed. Moreover, the problems can be solved in the frequency domain as well as the time domain, enhancing the efficiency and enriching the variety of these methods.Introduction to Electromagnetic Analysis and Computational Electromagnetics Fast Multipole Method and Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm in 2D FMM and MLFVA in 3D and Fast Illinois Solver Code Parallelization of Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm on Distributed Memory Computers Multilevel Fast Multipole Algorithm at Very Low Frequencies Error Analysis of Surface Integral Equation Methods Advances in the Theory of Perfectly Matched Layers Fast Forward and Inverse Methods for Buried Objects Low-Frequency Scattering from Penetrable Bodies Efficient Analysis of Waveguiding Structures Volume-Surface Integral Equation Finite Element Analysis of Complex Axisymmetric Problems Hybridization in Computational Electromagnetics High-Order Methods in Computational Electromagnetics Asymptotic Waveform Evaluation for Broadband Calculations Full-Wave Analysis of Multilayer Microstrip Problems The Steepest-Descent Fast Multipole Method Plane-Wave Time-Domain Algorithms Plane-Wave Time-Domain Algorithm Enhanced Time-Domain Integral Equation Solvers
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Springer-Verlag, 2008, 239 p.
Stabilized FEM-BEM Coupling for Maxwell Transmission Problems
A Posteriori Error Analysis and Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Electromagnetic and Acoustic Problems
Time Domain Adaptive Integral Method for Surface Integral Equations
Local and Nonlocal Nonreflecting Boundary Conditions for Electromagnetic Scattering
High-Order Methods for...
Springer Science, 2005, 222 p.
The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method
The Finite Element Method
The Method of Moments
Summary and Overview
Large Linear Systems
IEEE Press + Wiley, 2010, 616 pages, ISBN: 0470533595
This book is intended to serve as a textbook for an entry level graduate course on electromagnetics (first seven chapters) and for an advanced level graduate course on computational electromagnetics (last five chapters). Whereas there are several textbooks available for the graduate electromagnetics course, no textbook is...
CRC Press, Boka Raton, FL, 2000, 750 pages
As the availability of powerful computer resources has grown over the last three decades, the art of computation of electromagnetic (EM) problems has also grown - exponentially. Despite this dramatic growth, however, the EM community lacked a comprehensive text on the computational techniques used to solve EM problems. The first edition...
2nd edition. — Artech House, 2000. — 866 p. — ISBN-10 1580530761. This reference text is designed as an aid for professional engineers using the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method for Maxwell's equations. It explains the method and presents developments in FDTD techniques.
М.: Физматлит, 2012. — 432 c. — ISBN 978-5-9221-1450-9.
В книге рассматривается математическая постановка начальных и начально-краевых задач электродинамики, условия существования и единственности их решений. Изложены основные этапы и основные численные методы решения задач электродинамики: метод конечных разностей, метод конечных элементов, метод конечного интегрирования,...