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MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR CALCULATION OF ELECTRICAL AND MAGNETIC FIELDS
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OH
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The monograph presents new methods of calculating electromagnetic fields using modeling and electronic computers, describes the operating principles and the design of models of the most complex mathematical operations, and examines the methods of calculating specialized modeling machines for calculating electromagnetic fields. The last chapter considers the theory of models of spatial static fields with an optimal boundary structure. Examples are included of the calculation and building of models with minimum distorting boundary and new methods of modeling. The book contains basically original material which can be used in the design of new types of electromagnetic equipment. The book is intended for researchers and engineers concerned with calculating electromagnetic fields and developing and designing new types of electrical and radio equipment.
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