Time-domain Methods For Microwave Structures: Analysis And Design (a Selected Reprint Volume)


  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 1998-02-11
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  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 538
  • 裝訂: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 0780311094
  • ISBN-13: 9780780311091
  • 相關分類: 微波工程 Microwave
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Electrical Engineering Time-Domain Methods for Microwave Structures Analysis and Design The most comprehensive collection of material available on this subject, this volume details the successful application of the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method to realistic microwave structures. Each chapter contains an expertly written introductory section that addresses the theoretical background of a specific component of the FDTD method, and a selection of reprinted landmark papers, filled with research results and illustrative examples. Topics covered include:

  • Numerical issues
  • Geometry description of microwave structures
  • Methods to reduce the requirements for excessive computational resources
  • Parallel and vector processing
  • Applications

Time-Domain Methods for Microwave Structures is an all-in-one resource for engineers and researchers who want to use microwave structure simulation to facilitate improved designs, computations, and cost savings through reduced design cycles. It also serves as a valuable introduction for the advanced engineering student.


Table of Contents:

Introduction to FDTD Method for Planar Microwave Structures (B. Houshmand & I. Itoh).

Numerical Solution of Initial Boundary Value Problems Involving Maxwell's Equations in Isotropic Media (K. Yee).

Modelling and Design of Millimetrewave Passive Circuits: From 2 to 3D (R. Sorrentino).

Analysis of Electromagnetic Coupling Through a Thick Aperture in Multilayer Planar Circuits Using the Extended Spectral Domain Approach and Finite Difference Time-Domain Method (A. Tran, et al.).

Modeling of Microwave Active Devices Using the FDTD Analysis Based on the Voltage-Source Approach (K. Kuo, et al.).

Spatial Solution Deflection Mechanism Indicated by FD-TD Maxwell's Equations Modeling (R. Joseph & A. Taflove).

Applications of the Nonlinear Finite Difference Time Domain (NL-FDTD) Method to Pulse Propagation in Nonlinear Media: Self-focusing and Linear-Nonlinear Interfaces (R. Ziolkowski & J. Judkins).

Current and SAR Induced in a Human Head Model by the Electromagnetic Fields Irradiated from a Cellular Phone (H. Chen & H. Wang).

Adaptation of FDTD Techniques to Acoustic Modelling (J. Maloney & K. Cummings)

Numerical Issues Regarding Finite-Difference Time-Domain Modeling of Microwave Structures (A. Taflove).

Numerical Solution of Steady-State Electromagnetic Scattering Problems Using the Time-Dependent Maxwell's Equations (A. Taflove & M. Brodwin).

Absorbing Boundary Conditions for the Finite-Difference Approximation of the Time-Domain Electromagnetic-Field Equations (G. Mur).

Finite-Difference Solution of Maxwell's Equations in Generalized Nonorthogonal Coordinates (R. Holland).

The Finite-Difference—Time-Domain Method and its Application to Eigenvalue Problems ( D. Choi & W. Hoefer).

Calculations of the Dispersive Characteristics of Microstrips by the Time-Domain Finite Difference Method (X. Zhang, et al.).

Application of the Three-Dimensional Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method to the Analysis of Planar Microstrip Circuits (D. Sheen, et al.).

Accurate Computation of the Radiation from Simple Antennas and Using the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method (J. Maloney. et al.).

The Use of Surface Impedance Concepts in the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method (J. Maloney & G. Smith).

FDTD for Nth-Order Dispersive Media (R. Leubbers & F. Hunsberger).

FD-TD Modeling of Digital Signal Propagation in 3-D Circuits with Passive and Active Loads (M. Piket-May, et al.).

A Perfectly Matched Layer for the Absorption of Electromagnetic Waves (J. Berenger).

Using Linear and Non-Linear Predictors to Improve the Computational Efficiency of the FD-TD Algorithm (J. Chen, et al.).

Divergence Preserving Discrete Surface Integral Methods for Maxwell's Curl Equations Using Non-orthogonal Unstructured Grids (N. Madsen).

Conformal Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods (C. Chan, et al.).

Modeling Three-Dimensional Discontinuities in Waveguides Using Non-orthogonal FDTD Algorithm (J. Lee, et al.).

Triangular-Domain Basis Functions for Full-Wave Analysis of Microstrip Discontinuities (R. Kipp & C. Chan).

Conformal Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) with Overlapping Grids (K. Yee, et al.).

A Locally Conformed Finite-Difference Time-Domain Algorithm of Modeling Arbitrary Shape Planar Metal Strips (J. Fang & J. Ren).

A Vertex-Based Finite-Volume Time-Domain Method for Analyzing Waveguide Discontinuities (C. Chan & J. Elson).

WETD—A Finite Element Time-Domain Approach for Solving Maxwell's Equations (J. Lee).

Speed-Up Methods for the FDTD Algorithm (B. Houshmand & T. Itoh).

Characterization of Microstrip Antennas Using the TLM Simulation Associated with a Prony-Pisarenko Method (J. Dubard, et al.).

A Combination of FD-TD and Prony's Methods for Analyzing Microwave Integrated Circuits (M. Ko & R. Mittra)

Enhancing Finite-Difference Time-Domain Analysis of Dielectric Resonators Using Spectrum Estimation Techniques (Z. Bi, et al.).

Recursive Covariance Ladder Algorithms for ARMA System Identification (P. Strobach).

The Segmentation Method—An Approach to the Analysis of Microwave Planar Circuits (T. Okoshi, et al.0>

The Implementation of Time-Domain Diakoptics in the FDTD Method (T. Huang).

Transmission Line Matrix Modeling of Dispersive Wide-Band Absorbing Boundaries with Time-Domain Diakoptics for S-Parameter Extraction (G. Costache & W. Hoefer).

Fast Sequential FDTD Diakoptics Method Using the System Identification Technique (T. Huang, et al.).

Efficient Implementation of the FDTD Algorithm on High- Performance Computers (S. Gedney).

Special Purpose Computers for the Time Domain Advance of Maxwell's Equations (R. Larson, et al.).

Predicting Scattering of Electromagnetic Fields Using the FD-TD on a Connection Machine (A. Perlik, et al.).

A Connection Machine (CM-2) Implementation of a Three- Dimensional Parallel Finite Difference Time-Domain Code for Electromagnetic Field Simulation (D. Davidson, et al).

Finite-Difference Time-Domain Analysis of Microwave Circuit Devices on High Performance Vector/Parallel Computers (S. Gedney).

Parallel FDTD Simulator for MIMD Computers (U. Effing, et al.).

Computational Fluid Dynamics on Parallel Processors (W. Gropp & E. Smith).

A Parallel Planar Generalized Yee Algoroithm for the Analysis of Microwave Circuit Devices (S. Gedney & F. Lansing).

Applications of Finite-Difference Time-Domain Technique to Planar Microwave Circuit Design (I. Wolff).

Analysis of an Arbitrarily Shaped Planar Circuit—A Time- Domain Approach (W. Gwarek).

Analysis of Arbitrarily Shaped Two-Dimensional Microwave Circuits by Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method (W. Gwarek).

Calculations of the Dispersive Characteristics of Microstrips by the Time-Domain Finite Difference Method (X. Zhang, et al.).

Time-Domain Finite Difference Approach to the Calculation of the Frequency-Dependent Characteristics of Microstrip Discontinuities (X. Zhang & K. Mei).

Analysis of Microstrip Circuits Using Three-Dimensional Full-Wave Electromagnetic Field Analysis in the Time Domain (T. Shibata, et al.).

Characterization of a 90° Microstrip Bend with Arbitrary Miter Via the Time-Domain Finite Difference Method (J. Moore & H. Ling).

Application of the Three-Dimensional Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method to the Analysis of Planar Microstrip Circuits (D. Sheen, et al.).

Full-Wage Analysis of Coplanar Discontinuities Considering Three-Dimensional Bond Wires (M. Rittweger, et al.).

Analysis of Cross-Talk on High-Speed Digital Circuit Using the Finite Difference Time-Domain Method (N. Pothecary & C. Railton).

An Efficient Two-Dimensional Graded Mesh Finite-Difference Time-Domain Algorithms for Shielded or Open Waveguide Structures (V. Brankovic, et al.).

Steady-State Analysis of Non-Lineaar Forced and Autonomous Microwave Circuits Using the Compression Approach (J. Kunisch & I. Wolff).

Computer-Aided Engineering for Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Circuits Using the FD-TD Technique of Field Simulations (T. Shibata & H. Kimura).

FDTD Simulation for Microwave Packages and Interconnects (M. Rittweger, et al.).