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Author Štumpf, Martin, author.

Title Pulsed EM field computation in planar circuits : the contour integral method / Martin Štumpf
Published Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, [2018]
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Contents -- -- Introduction -- Synopsis -- Basic conventions -- Acronyms -- Basic formulation -- 2D model of a planar circuit -- Conclusions -- Instantaneously-reacting planar circuits -- Numerical solution of the reciprocity formulation -- Analytical solutions based on the eigenfunction expansion -- Validation of numerical results -- Comparison with an alternative numerical technique -- Conclusions -- Relation to the classic CIM -- -- Basic CIM formulation -- Point-matching solution -- Pulse-matching solution -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Rectangular planar circuits with relaxation -- Modal and ray-like TD expansions -- Conduction-loss dielectric relaxation -- Debyes dielectric relaxation -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Arbitrarily-shaped planar circuits with radiation loss and relaxation -- Formulation of the admittance-wall condition -- Inclusion of relaxation behavior -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Inclusion of linear lumped elements -- -- General formulation -- Inclusion of a resistor -- Inclusion of an inductor -- Inclusion of a capacitor -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Far-field radiation characteristics -- -- Radiation model of a planar circuit -- Evaluation of the radiation integral -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Time-domain mutual coupling between planar circuits -- 81 -- EM coupling model -- A single planar circuit -- Coupling between two planar circuits -- An illustrative numerical example -- Conclusions -- Time-domain self-reciprocity of a one-port planar circuit -- Model definition -- Transmitting state of a planar circuit -- Receiving state of a planar circuit -- Reciprocity relations -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Thevenins circuit of an N-port planar circuit -- -- Model definition -- Transmitting state of an N-port planar circuit -- Receiving states of an N-port planar circuit -- Reciprocity analysis for the incident plane wave -- Reciprocity analysis for the incident wave field generated by known sources -- An illustrative example -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Time-domain radiated susceptibility of a planar circuit -- -- Reciprocity relations -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Scattering reciprocity properties of an N-port planar circuit -- Model definition -- Receiving situations of an N-port planar circuit -- Reciprocity relations -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Scattering of conductive and dielectric inclusions -- -- Problem definition -- Generic reciprocity relation -- TD compensation theorems -- Application of the TD compensation theorems -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- The time-domain compensation contour integral method -- Problem formulation -- Problem solution -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- Modeling of shorting via structures -- -- Problem definition -- Problem solution -- Numerical results -- Conclusions -- A Integrals of the logarithmic function -- B Implementation of TD-CIM -- Geometry of the circuit pattern -- Numerical integration -- Computation of excitation array F -- Computation of system array Q -- Step-by-step updating procedure -- Evaluation of the response in -- C Implementation of FD-CIM -- -- Computation of U and H matrices -- D Implementation of the admittance-wall boundary condition -- E Implementation of lumped-element arrays -- -- Inclusion of a resistor -- Inclusion of an inductor -- Inclusion of a capacitor -- Modification of the system array Q -- F The bell-shaped pulse -- G Expansion functions -- -- Linear expansion functions -- Quadratic expansion functions -- Cubic expansion functions -- H Greens function of the dissipative scalar 2D wave equation -- I Numerical inversion of the Laplace transformation -- J Greens function of the scalar 2D wave equation with relaxation -- References -- Index
Summary The pulsed EM characterization of planar circuits is of high practical importance in many areas of science and engineering such as electromagnetic compatibility and antenna design. This book is hence devoted to the mathematical formulation and numerical analysis of arbitrarily-shaped parallel-plane structures concerning their pulsed EM propagation, radiation and scattering behavior. The key emphasis is on the time-domain reciprocity-based integral-equation formulations and their efficient numerical solution
Notes "A science publishers book."
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Electromagnetic interference -- Mathematical models
Integral representations.
Integral transforms.
Printed circuits.
Electromagnetic interference -- Mathematical models.
Integral representations.
Integral transforms.
Printed circuits.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Mechanical
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