Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal / Volume 8, Number 2
Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey CA
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Partial table of contents: Computational Simulation of Electric Fields Surrounding Power Transmission and Distribution Line; Comparison of Electromagnetic Response in Time and Frequency Domains; Validation of the Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC) for Antenna Wire Elements in Proximity to Earth; An Integrated Environment for the Numerical Modeling of Communication Antennas Based on Relational Databases; An Application of the Hybrid Moment Method/Green's Function Technique to the Optimization of Resistive Strips; On the Convergence of the Method of Moments, the Boundary-Residual Method, and the Point-Matching Method with a Rigorously Convergent Formulation of the Point- Matching Method; Solution of Team Benchmark Problem 9 Handling Velocity Effects with Variable Conductivity.
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