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Analysis of Dispersive Power-Ground Structures Using the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method

ŠTUMPF, M.

Originální název

Analysis of Dispersive Power-Ground Structures Using the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method

Anglický název

Analysis of Dispersive Power-Ground Structures Using the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The incorporation of dispersive behavior of power-ground structures in the time-domain contour integral method is investigated. It is shown that material dispersion can be accounted for with the help of a numerical method for the inverse Laplace transform. The proposed technique is very versatile and allows for the incorporation of the general (causal) dielectric-relaxation model. In this paper, conduction-loss and Debije's dielectric-relaxation models are closely studied. Numerical examples are validated using the feature selective validation analysis.

Anglický abstrakt

The incorporation of dispersive behavior of power-ground structures in the time-domain contour integral method is investigated. It is shown that material dispersion can be accounted for with the help of a numerical method for the inverse Laplace transform. The proposed technique is very versatile and allows for the incorporation of the general (causal) dielectric-relaxation model. In this paper, conduction-loss and Debije's dielectric-relaxation models are closely studied. Numerical examples are validated using the feature selective validation analysis.

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@article{BUT114186,
  author="Martin {Štumpf}",
  title="Analysis of Dispersive Power-Ground Structures Using the Time-Domain Contour Integral Method",
  annote="The incorporation of dispersive behavior of power-ground structures in the time-domain contour integral method is investigated. It is shown that material dispersion can be accounted for with the help of a numerical method for the inverse Laplace transform. The proposed technique is very versatile and allows for the incorporation of the general (causal) dielectric-relaxation model. In this paper, conduction-loss and Debije's dielectric-relaxation models are closely studied. Numerical examples are validated using the feature selective validation analysis.",
  address="IEEE Press",
  chapter="114186",
  doi="10.1109/TEMC.2014.2366491",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="IEEE Press",
  number="2",
  volume="57",
  year="2015",
  month="april",
  pages="224--231",
  publisher="IEEE Press",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}