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Numerical solution of electromagnetic problems

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2 Author(s)
Tanner, R.L. ; Granger Associates ; Andreasen, M.

Modern high-speed digital computers have made possible the solution, by theoretical-numerical techniques, of many problems in electromagnetics that have traditionally been solvable only by experimental methods. Formulated in terms of integral equations, the techniques described yield answers, with an accuracy and completeness unobtainable by experimental methods, in a small fraction of the time and at much less cost than by the experimental approach. Computer programs utilizing these techniques have been developed in the areas of radiation and scattering from arbitrary wire-antenna structures, bodies of revolution, and cylindrical bodies of arbitrary cross section.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:4 ,  Issue: 9 )