Integral formulation of the measured equation of invariance: a novel sparse matrix boundary element method
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A novel integral formulation of the measured equation of invariance method is derived from the reciprocity theorem and implemented for perfectly conducting (PEC) 2-D scattering problems. This formulation uses the electric and magnetic Green's functions of the environment to obtain a matrix equation for the induced surface current with the same number of unknowns as the conventional boundary element-method of moments (BE-MoM) approach. However, the matrix that must be inverted in the new formulation is sparse and circulant, with only three non-zero elements per row. Sample results for two-dimensional TM and TE problems with perfectly conducting scatterers show enormous CPU time and memory savings over the conventional BEM-MoM approach. The new formulation has important advantages over the original finite difference formulation of MEI, but also shares some of its limitations.
CitationRius Casals, J.M; Pous Andrés, R; Cardama Aznar, A. Integral formulation of the measured equation of invariance: a novel sparse matrix boundary element method. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 1996, vol. 32, núm.3, pàg. 962-967
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