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Autor(en):
Krumpholz, Michael; Russer, Peter 
Titel:
TLM and Maxwell's Equations 
Abstract:
Applying the method of moments to Maxwell's equations, the two-dimensional TLM method is derived from first principles of field theory. Sampling Maxwell's equations with pulse functions yields three discretized field equations for the three electric and magnetic field components at the center of a TLM cell. For the field components at the cell boundaries, the mean values of the field components in the two neighbouring TLM cells are taken. The authors call these mean values the cell boundary mean...    »
 
Stichworte:
cell boundaries, cell boundary mapping, cell boundary mean values, discretized field equations, electric field components, field theory, magnetic field components, Maxwell equations, Maxwell's equations, method of moments, scattering matrix, S-matrix theory, TLM, TLM cell, transmission line theory, two-dimensional TLM method, wave amplitudes 
Kongress- / Buchtitel:
2nd International Conference on Computation in Electromagnetics 
Verlagsort:
London, England, UK 
Jahr:
1994 
Monat:
apr 
Seiten:
12--15