4th Annual Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics at the Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, March 22-24, 1988, Conference Proceedings
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Partial Contents: A Finite Element Analysis of Lightning Induced Maxwell Current Densities; Transient Electromagnetic Coupling To A Cavity with Metallic Walls; Finite Element Computer Programs for Microstrip, Waveguides and Cavities; A Time-Domain Differential Solver For Electromagnetic Scattering Problems; A High Frequency Reformulation of the FDTD Algorithm in Generalized Coordinates; Using Impedance Matrix Frequency Derivatives for Estimating Broadband Transfer Functions; The MAFIA Approach to Solving Maxwell's Equations in Three Dimensions; Numerical Integration Schemes In Calculating the Fourier Coefficiencies of the Free-Space Green's Function; A Lattice Representation for Back Face Removal in Electromagnetic Scattering; Floquet Theory Based Modification to NEC-2 for Analysis of Very Large Periodic Planar Arrays; Singularity Expansion Method (SEM) Natural Modes as Efficient Entire Domain Expansion Functions in the Analysis of Frequency Selective Surfaces; Input- Output Issues; Antenna Analysis; Cavities Interactions and Transmission; Antennas Near Ground. Symposia.
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