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Electromagnetics activities at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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1 Author(s)
E. Miller ; Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, CA, USA

Over the past several years, electromagnetics as an electrical engineering activity has increased to a fairly substantial level at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. While EM has long been of interest in various Laboratory's physics programs (magnetic and inertial-confinement fusion, nuclear weapon's effects, radar blackout, and the like), its importance in engineering is a more recent development. This engineering interest in EM originated largely from concern over EMP effects on electronic systems but has since expanded to a broader range of applications. In this report we will highlight three areas of current emphasis: geophysical applications, transient measurements, and field-particle modeling. Also discussed is a low-level on-going activity in dissemination of computer codes for EM modeling.

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IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Newsletter  (Volume:23 ,  Issue: 6 )