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Extending the Validity of the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method Using the Admittance-Wall Boundary Condition

ŠTUMPF, M.

Original Title

Extending the Validity of the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method Using the Admittance-Wall Boundary Condition

English Title

Extending the Validity of the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method Using the Admittance-Wall Boundary Condition

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The admittance-wall boundary condition is incorporated in the time-domain contour integral method. It is shown that the inclusion of the radiating wall amounts to adding a single matrix in the resulting marching-on-in-time scheme. An illustrative numerical example demonstrates that even a simple instantaneously-reacting uniform edge admittance may improve the validity of results with respect to the standard formulation based on the (closed) cavity model.

English abstract

The admittance-wall boundary condition is incorporated in the time-domain contour integral method. It is shown that the inclusion of the radiating wall amounts to adding a single matrix in the resulting marching-on-in-time scheme. An illustrative numerical example demonstrates that even a simple instantaneously-reacting uniform edge admittance may improve the validity of results with respect to the standard formulation based on the (closed) cavity model.

Keywords

electromagnetic compatibility; time-domain analysis.

Released

11.08.2017

Publisher

IEEE EMC Society

Location

Washington, D.C, USA

ISBN

978-1-5386-2230-8

Book

Proceedings of The 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility

Pages from

751

Pages to

755

Pages count

5

URL

Documents

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT138295,
  author="Martin {Štumpf}",
  title="Extending the Validity of the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method Using the Admittance-Wall Boundary Condition",
  annote="The admittance-wall boundary condition is incorporated in the time-domain contour integral method. It is shown
that the inclusion of the radiating wall amounts to adding a single matrix in the resulting marching-on-in-time scheme. An
illustrative numerical example demonstrates that even a simple instantaneously-reacting uniform edge admittance may improve the validity of results with respect to the standard formulation based on the (closed) cavity model.",
  address="IEEE EMC Society",
  booktitle="Proceedings of The 2017 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility",
  chapter="138295",
  doi="10.1109/ISEMC.2017.8077967",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  institution="IEEE EMC Society",
  year="2017",
  month="august",
  pages="751--755",
  publisher="IEEE EMC Society",
  type="conference paper"
}