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Reciprocity-based applications of the time-domain contour method

ŠTUMPF, M.

Originální název

Reciprocity-based applications of the time-domain contour method

Anglický název

Reciprocity-based applications of the time-domain contour method

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is not only the starting point for constructing the time-domain contour integral method (TD-CIM) itself, but also it is an efficient means for describing closely related EMC aspects of power-ground structures. This may include, space-time electromagnetic mutual coupling between two power-ground structures, pulsed electromagnetic-field radiation characteristics, their pulsed radiated susceptibility or even remote sensing of power-ground structure's constitutive parameters, for instance. In the present contribution it is shown that through the application of the reciprocity theorem with a suitable choice of the `testing' field state, complex (time-domain) EMC modeling of a power-ground structure is feasible and computationally very efficient. In this analysis, the `testing' field is found either via the TD-CIM (for arbitrarily-shaped circuits) or using the time-domain `ray-type' expansion.

Anglický abstrakt

The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is not only the starting point for constructing the time-domain contour integral method (TD-CIM) itself, but also it is an efficient means for describing closely related EMC aspects of power-ground structures. This may include, space-time electromagnetic mutual coupling between two power-ground structures, pulsed electromagnetic-field radiation characteristics, their pulsed radiated susceptibility or even remote sensing of power-ground structure's constitutive parameters, for instance. In the present contribution it is shown that through the application of the reciprocity theorem with a suitable choice of the `testing' field state, complex (time-domain) EMC modeling of a power-ground structure is feasible and computationally very efficient. In this analysis, the `testing' field is found either via the TD-CIM (for arbitrarily-shaped circuits) or using the time-domain `ray-type' expansion.

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@misc{BUT115497,
  author="Martin {Štumpf}",
  title="Reciprocity-based applications of the time-domain contour method",
  annote="The reciprocity theorem of the time-convolution type is not only the starting point for constructing the time-domain contour integral method (TD-CIM) itself, but also it is an efficient means for describing closely related EMC aspects of power-ground structures. This may include, space-time electromagnetic mutual coupling between two power-ground structures, pulsed electromagnetic-field radiation characteristics, their pulsed radiated susceptibility or even remote sensing of power-ground structure's constitutive parameters, for instance. 

In the present contribution it is shown that through the application of the reciprocity theorem with a suitable 
choice of the `testing' field state, complex (time-domain) EMC modeling of a power-ground structure is feasible 
and computationally very efficient. In this analysis, the `testing' field is found either via the TD-CIM (for arbitrarily-shaped circuits) or using the time-domain `ray-type' expansion.",
  address="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  booktitle="PIERS 2015 in Prague Abstracts",
  chapter="115497",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  year="2015",
  month="july",
  pages="1684--1684",
  publisher="The Electromagnetics Academy",
  type="abstract"
}