Advances in Time-Domain Computational Electromagnetic Methods


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<p><b>Discover state-of-the-art time domain electromagnetic modeling and simulation algorithms&nbsp;</b></p> <p><i>Advances in Time-Domain Computational Electromagnetic Methods</i>&nbsp;delivers&nbsp;a thorough exploration of recent developments in time domain computational methods for solving complex electromagnetic problems. The book discuses the main time domain computational electromagnetics techniques, including finite-difference time domain&nbsp;(FDTD), finite-element time domain (FETD), discontinuous Galerkin time domain (DGTD), time domain integral equation (TDIE), and other methods in electromagnetic,&nbsp;multiphysics modeling and simulation, and antenna designs.&nbsp;</p> <p>The book bridges the gap between academic research and real engineering applications by comprehensively surveying the full picture of current state-of-the-art time domain electromagnetic simulation techniques.&nbsp;Among other topics, it offers readers discussions of&nbsp;automatic load balancing schemes for DG DG-FETD/SETD methods and convolution quadrature time domain integral equation methods for electromagnetic scattering.&nbsp;</p> <p><i>Advances in Time-Domain Computational Electromagnetic Methods</i>&nbsp;also includes:&nbsp;</p> <ul> <li>Introductions to cylindrical,&nbsp;spherical, and symplectic&nbsp;FDTD, as well as FDTD for metasurfaces with GSTC and FDTD for nonlinear metasurfaces&nbsp;</li> <li>Explorations of FETD for dispersive and nonlinear media and SETD-DDM for periodic/quasi-periodic arrays&nbsp;</li> <li>Discussions of&nbsp;TDIE, including explicit marching-on-in-time solvers for second-kind time domain integral equations, TD-SIE DDM, and convolution quadrature time domain integral equation methods for electromagnetic scattering&nbsp;</li> <li>Treatments of deep learning, including&nbsp;time domain electromagnetic&nbsp;forward and inverse modeling&nbsp;using a differentiable&nbsp;programming platform&nbsp;</li> </ul> <p>Ideal for&nbsp;undergraduate and graduate students&nbsp;studying the design and development of various kinds of communication systems, as well as professionals working in these fields,&nbsp;<i>Advances in Time-Domain Computational Electromagnetic Methods&nbsp;</i>is&nbsp;also&nbsp;an invaluable resource&nbsp;for those taking advanced graduate courses in computational electromagnetic methods and simulation techniques.&nbsp;</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>


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