Offers a comprehensive overview of the recent advances in the area of computational electromagnetics
Computational Method in Electromagnetic Compatibility offers a review of the most recent advances in computational electromagnetics. The authors–noted experts in the field–examine similar problems by taking different approaches related to antenna theory models and transmission line methods. They discuss various solution methods related to boundary integral equation techniques and finite difference techniques.
The topics covered are related to realistic antenna systems including antennas for air traffic control or ground penetrating radar antennas; grounding systems (such as grounding systems for wind turbines); biomedical applications of electromagnetic fields (such as transcranial magnetic stimulation); and much more. The text features a number of illustrative computational examples and a reference list at the end of each chapter. The book is grounded in a rigorous theoretical approach and offers mathematical details of the formulations and solution methods. This important text:
- Provides a trade-off between a highly efficient transmission line approach and antenna theory models providing analysis of high frequency and transient phenomena
- Contains the newest information on EMC analysis and design principles
- Discusses electromagnetic field coupling to thin wire configurations and modeling in bioelectromagnetics
Written for engineering students, senior researchers and practicing electrical engineers, Computational Method in Electromagnetic Compatibility provides a valuable resource in the design of equipment working in a common electromagnetic environment.