Time and Frequency Domain Solutions of EM Problems Using Integral Equations and a Hybrid Methodology
November 2010, Wiley-IEEE Press
List of Symbols.
Chapter 1 Mathametical Basis of a Numerical Method.
Chapter 2 Analysis of Conducting Structures in the Frequency Domain.
Chapter 3 Analysis of Dielectric Objects in the Frequency Domain.
Chapter 4 Analysis of Composite Structures in the Frequency Domain.
Chapter 5 Analysis of Conducting Wires in the Time Domain.
Chapter 6 Analysis of Conducting Structures in the Time Domain.
Chapter 7 Analysis of Dielectric Structures in the Time Domain.
Chapter 8 An Improved Marching-on-in-Degree (MOD) Methodology.
Chapter 9 Numerical Examples for the New and Improved Marching-on-in-Degree (MOD) Method.
Chapter 10 A Hybrid Method Using Early-Time and Low-Frequency Information to Generate a Wideband Response.
Appendix User Guide for the Time and Frequency Domain EM Solver Using Integral Equations (TFDSIE).
About the Authors.
Tapan K. Sarkar is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Syracuse University, New York. He has authored or coauthored more than 300 journal articles, numerous conference papers, 32 book chapters and 15 books.
Yu Zhang is Associate Professor of Xidian University and currently works at Syracuse University, New York.
Zhong Ji is an RF/Antenna engineer at Laird Technologies.
Mengtao Yuan has been with Cadence Design Systems, Inc. in Tempe, AZ since 2006.
Magdalena Salazar Palma is with the Departamento de Teoría de la Señal y Comunicaciones, Escuela Politécnica Superior of Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain where she is Full Professor and Chairperson of the Department. She has authored more than 260 publications in books, scientific journals and symposium proceedings.
Sadasiva M. Rao has been teaching electromagnetic theory, communication systems, electrical circuits and other related courses for the last 25 years at various institutions. He is currently a Professor in the Dept. of Electrical Engineering at Auburn University, Alabama. Dr. Rao's research has had a tremendous impact on the electromagnetic community/industry.