Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal / Volume 11, Number 2
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey CA
Computer Engineering Department
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CONTENTS: Analysis of the Finite Element Radiation Model Cone for Antenna Modeling; Accuracy of the Finite Element Method with Second Order Absorbing Boundary Conditions for the Solution of Aperture Radiation Problems; The FEMAX Finite Element Package for Computing Three dimensional Electromagnetic Fields; A Moment Method Formulation for The Analysis of Wire Antennas Attached to Arbitrary Conducting Bodies Defined by Parametric Surfaces; A Posteriori Error Estimates for Two Dimensional Electromagnetic Field Computations: Boundary Elements and Finite Elements; Modelling of an Arbitrarily Oriented Mobile Telephone Handset in the Finite Difference Time Domain Field Computation Method; A Magnetic Field Iterative Technique for Improving High Frequency Prediction Methods; Modeling of Remote Field Eddy Current Transient Phenomena; and Letter From the Editor: Duncan Baker
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