Time Domain Techniques in the Singularity Expansion Method.
VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INST AND STATE UNIV BLACKSBURG
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The use of the singularity expansion method SEM to calculate the time-domain response of an object to an incident electromagnetic wave has shown the promise of being extremely useful. However, the work to data has been hindered by the requirement for very large matrices which limited the application to one-dimensional geometrics with relatively few unknowns. This study extends the applicability of time domain SEM to two dimensions and extends numerical time-domain techniques in general. Author
- Theoretical Mathematics