4 edition of generalized multipole technique for computational electromagnetics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||QC661 .H28 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 297 p. :|
|Number of Pages||297|
|LC Control Number||90000909|
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This book is an edited volume of nine papers covering the different variants of the generalized multipole techniques (GMT). The papers were presented at the recent 3rd Workshop on Electromagnetics and Light Scattering - Theory and Applications, which focused on current GMT methods.
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Get this from a library. The generalized multipole technique for computational electromagnetics. [Christian Hafner]. The Generalized Multipole Technique is a surface-based method to find the solution of a boundary-value problem for a given differential equation by expanding the fields in terms of fundamental or other singular solutions of this equation.
Chapter 2. Review of the Generalized Multipole Technique Literature by T. Wriedt 5 Point matching method 6 Extended boundary condition method (EBCM) 7 Multiple multipole method (MMP) 8 Yasuura's methods 10 Discrete sources method (DSM) 11 Method of.
This book presents the Generalized Multipole Technique as a fast and powerful theoretical and computation tool to simulate light scattering by nonspherical particles.
It also demonstrates the considerable potential of the method. In recent years, the concept has been applied in new fields, such as simulation of electron energy loss spectroscopy and has been used to extend other methods, like. The Generalized Multipole Technique for Light Scattering: Recent Developments (Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics Book 99) - Kindle edition by Wriedt, Thomas, Eremin, Yuri.
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This is a new 2-D version of the MMP technique with a wide range of application including statics, scattering, gratings, antennae, guided waves, resonators and discontinuities. The full version is: Christian Hafner: MaX-1, A Visual Electromagnetics Platdform for PC's.
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Kiewidt L., Karamehmedović M. () The Generalized Multipole Technique for the Simulation of Low-Loss Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy. In: Wriedt T., Eremin Y. (eds) The Generalized Multipole Technique for Light Scattering.
Springer Series on Atomic, Optical, and Plasma Physics, vol Springer, Cham. First Online 10 March Author: Lars Kiewidt, Lars Kiewidt, Mirza Karamehmedović. In The Generalized Multipole Technique for Light Scattering, edited by Wriedt, Thomas and Eremin, Yuri, vol.
99, pp.Cham: Springer, DOI: /_6 Research Collection. include Generalized Multipole Technique (GTM), Transmission line matrix method (TLM) and modal methods (MM) to name a few.
The computational hierarchy of these methods is depicted in Figure CEM practitioners in the recent days are aiming to use existing software packages to solve a particular problem as early as possible. Attraction Poles research project P5/34 (Computational electromagnetics for elec-trical power applications and interactions with information technology devices), in the frame of which this work has been carried out.
I also thank Professor J. Destin´e (University of Li`ege), Professor L. Dupr´e (Ghent.Get this from a library! Generalized multipole techniques for electromagnetic and light scattering.
[Thomas Wriedt;] -- This book is an edited volume of nine papers covering the different variants of the generalized multipole techniques (GMT). The papers were presented at the recent 3rd Workshop on Electromagnetics.Computational Electromagnetics for RF and Microwave Engineering This hands-on introduction to computational electromagnetics (CEM) links theoretical Computational Electromagnetics for RF and Microwave Engineering, Second Edition David B.
Davidson The generalized multipole technique (GMT) 17 The CEM modelling process