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Efficient 2D-Integral Equation Approach for the Analysis of Power-Bus Structures With Arbitrary Shape

ŠTUMPF, M. LEONE, M.

Originální název

Efficient 2D-Integral Equation Approach for the Analysis of Power-Bus Structures With Arbitrary Shape

Anglický název

Efficient 2D-Integral Equation Approach for the Analysis of Power-Bus Structures With Arbitrary Shape

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en

Originální abstrakt

A 2D contour integral-equation method for the frequency-domain analysis of arbitrarily shaped power-bus structures is presented. The numerically efficient approach allows the rapid and accurate computation of the frequency dependent transfer parameters between an arbitrary number of ports, as required for embedding the power-plane structure into network simulation. A formulation is developped for calculating the voltage distribution between the planes, as well as for determining the resulting radiated fields based on the fieldequivalence principle. The method is applied for several test boards including a populated board with a Surface-Mount decoupling-capacitor network. The suggested approach is well confirmed by an analytical solution for the rectangular structure, by measurement and by 3D full-wave simulation results.

Anglický abstrakt

A 2D contour integral-equation method for the frequency-domain analysis of arbitrarily shaped power-bus structures is presented. The numerically efficient approach allows the rapid and accurate computation of the frequency dependent transfer parameters between an arbitrary number of ports, as required for embedding the power-plane structure into network simulation. A formulation is developped for calculating the voltage distribution between the planes, as well as for determining the resulting radiated fields based on the fieldequivalence principle. The method is applied for several test boards including a populated board with a Surface-Mount decoupling-capacitor network. The suggested approach is well confirmed by an analytical solution for the rectangular structure, by measurement and by 3D full-wave simulation results.

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@article{BUT47599,
  author="Martin {Štumpf} and Marco {Leone}",
  title="Efficient 2D-Integral Equation Approach for the Analysis of Power-Bus Structures With Arbitrary Shape",
  annote="A 2D contour integral-equation method for the frequency-domain analysis of arbitrarily shaped power-bus structures is presented. The numerically efficient approach allows the rapid and accurate computation of the frequency dependent transfer parameters between an arbitrary number of ports, as required for embedding the power-plane structure into network simulation. A formulation is developped for calculating the voltage distribution between the planes, as well as for determining the resulting radiated fields based on the fieldequivalence principle. The method is applied for several test boards including a populated board with a Surface-Mount decoupling-capacitor network. The suggested approach is well confirmed by an analytical solution for the rectangular structure, by measurement and by 3D full-wave simulation results.",
  address="IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility",
  chapter="47599",
  institution="IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility",
  journal="IEEE Transaction on Electromagnetic Compatibility",
  number="1",
  volume="51",
  year="2009",
  month="february",
  pages="38--45",
  publisher="IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility",
  type="journal article - other"
}