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On the Limitations of the Time-Domain Impedance Boundary Condition

ŠTUMPF, M. VANDENBOSCH, G.

Originální název

On the Limitations of the Time-Domain Impedance Boundary Condition

Anglický název

On the Limitations of the Time-Domain Impedance Boundary Condition

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Limitations of the time-domain Leontovich impedance boundary condition are discussed for a canonical problem consisting of a planar interface with a conducting half-space. The exact analytical solution obtained using an extension of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique is presented and compared with the approximate one found via the impedance boundary concept. Ranges of applicability of the latter are introduced and numerically tested on illustrative examples. A proper understanding of these limitations may prove to be crucial in the emerging field of time-domain integral equation formulations in planar stratified media.

Anglický abstrakt

Limitations of the time-domain Leontovich impedance boundary condition are discussed for a canonical problem consisting of a planar interface with a conducting half-space. The exact analytical solution obtained using an extension of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique is presented and compared with the approximate one found via the impedance boundary concept. Ranges of applicability of the latter are introduced and numerically tested on illustrative examples. A proper understanding of these limitations may prove to be crucial in the emerging field of time-domain integral equation formulations in planar stratified media.

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@article{BUT101996,
  author="Martin {Štumpf} and Guy A. E. {Vandenbosch}",
  title="On the Limitations of the Time-Domain Impedance Boundary Condition",
  annote="Limitations of the time-domain Leontovich impedance boundary condition are discussed for a canonical problem consisting of a planar interface with a conducting half-space. The exact analytical solution obtained using an extension of the Cagniard-DeHoop technique is presented and compared with the approximate one found via the impedance boundary concept. Ranges of applicability of the latter are introduced and numerically tested on illustrative examples. A proper understanding of these limitations may prove to be crucial in the emerging field of time-domain integral equation formulations in planar stratified media.",
  address="IEEE Press",
  chapter="101996",
  institution="IEEE Press",
  number="12",
  volume="61",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="6094--6099",
  publisher="IEEE Press",
  type="journal article - other"
}