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Time-domain modeling of electromagnetic field coupling to finite-length wires embedded in a dielectric half-space

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2 Author(s)
Poljak, D. ; Dept. of Electron., Univ. of Split, Croatia ; Doric, V.

The transient behavior of a single straight line embedded in a dielectric half-space and illuminated by the electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is analyzed directly in the time domain using the wire antenna approach. The formulation is based on the corresponding space-time Hallen integral equation. The effects of a two-media configuration are taken into account via the Fresnel reflection and transmission coefficient, respectively. The space-time Hallen integral equation is handled by the time-domain version of the indirect Galerkin-Bubnov boundary element method. The transient response obtained using the direct time-domain approach is compared with the results obtained via an indirect frequency-domain analysis method. Some illustrative numerical results are presented in the paper. Numerical results obtained via the different approaches agree satisfactorily, i.e., the maximum deviation between the results is around 6%.

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Electromagnetic Compatibility, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:47 ,  Issue: 2 )