Higher order volume/surface integral equation modeling of antennas and scatterers using diakoptics and method of moments
The principal objective of this dissertation is to develop, test, and optimize accurate, efficient, and robust computational methodology and tools for modeling of general antennas and scatterers based on solutions of electromagnetic integral equation formulations using the method of moments (MoM) and diakoptics. The approaches and implementations include the volume integral equation (VIE) method and its hybridization with the surface integral equation (SIE) method, in two ways. The first way combines the VIE method for dielectric parts and the SIE method for metallic parts of the structure. The ...
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