Analyzing transient phenomena in the time domain using the Feature Selective Validation (FSV) method
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The increasing application of simulation tools to increasingly complex problems makes the use of validation tools essential to improve confidence in the veracity of those simulation results. IEEE Standard 1597.1 is the first true standard for the validation of computational electromagnetics method. This standard uses the feature selective validation (FSV) method as the key quantification tool. However, despite its many advantages, there have been some interesting issues surrounding the validation of transients. This paper presents a new approach to the validation of a set of generally representative transient types using the FSV method and shows how the previously experienced limitations can be overcome. In order to analyze the main parameters associated with transient comparison, a survey which included 20 experts was conducted. This information was used to identify the significant regions that need to be taken into account in the transient comparison. Finally, using the statistics obtained by the experts, a new solution was defined and its improvement over the existing approach was demonstrated.
CitationJaúregui, R.I. [et al.]. Analyzing transient phenomena in the time domain using the Feature Selective Validation (FSV) method. "IEEE transactions on electromagnetic compatibility", 01 Agost 2014, vol. 56, núm. 4, p. 825-834.
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