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Electromagnetic scattering using the iterative multiregion technique [electronic resource] /

Mohamed H. Al Sharkawy, Veysel Demir, Atef Z. Elsherbeni.

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Main Author: Sharkawy, Mohamed Hassan Al
Other Names: Demir, Veysel, | Elsherbeni, Atef Z.
Published: San Rafael, Calif. (1537 Fourth Street, San Rafael, CA 94901 USA) : Morgan & Claypool Publishers, c2007.
Series: Synthesis lectures on computational electromagnetics (Online), #19.
Topics: Electromagnetic waves - Scattering - Mathematics. | Finite differences. | Iterative methods (Mathematics) | Multigrid methods (Numerical analysis)
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1. Introduction -- 2. Basics of the FDFD method -- 2.1. FDFD method -- 2.2. The Yee cell -- 2.3. 3D FDFD formulation -- 2.4. PML absorbing boundary -- 3. IMR technique for large-scale electromagnetic scattering problems : 3D case -- 3.1. Iterative procedure between multiple domains -- 3.2. Speeding up techniques -- 3.3. Numerical results -- 4. IMR technique for large-scale electromagnetic scattering problems : 2D case -- 4.1. 2D FDFD formulation -- 4.2. PML absorbing boundary -- 4.3. Numerical results -- 5. The IMR algorithm using a hybrid FDFD and method of moments techniques -- 5.1. A 2D TMz EFIE-MoM formulation for PEC cylinders -- 5.2. Hybrid FDFD/MoM technique -- 5.3. Numerical results -- 6. Parallelization of the iterative multiregion technique -- 6.1. Introduction to parallel computing -- 6.2. Communication task -- 6.3. Hybrid IMR-parallel processing technique -- 6.4. Numerical results -- 7. Combined multigrid technique and IMR algorithm -- 7.1. Introduction to multigrid technique -- 7.2. Multigrid v-cycle on a grid hierarchy -- 7.3. Multigrid algorithm -- 7.4. Preconditioning -- 7.5. Numerical results -- 8. Concluding remarks -- Appendices -- Radiation and scattering equations -- A.1. Near field 2D formulation -- A.2. Far field 2D formulation -- Bibliography -- Author biography.

Table of Contents for: Electromagnetic scattering using the ite