Divergence-Taylor-Orthogonal basis functions for the discretization of second-kind surface integral equations in the Method of Moments
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We present new implementations in the method of moments of two types of second-kind integral equations: (i) the recently proposed electric-magnetic field integral equation (EMFIE) for perfectly conducting objects, and (ii) the Muller formulation for homogeneous or piecewise homogeneous dielectric objects. We adopt the Taylor-orthogonal basis functions, a recently presented set of facet-oriented basis functions, which arise from the Taylor's expansion of the current at the centroids of the discretization triangles.
CitationUbeda, E., Tamayo, J.M., Rius, J. Divergence-Taylor-Orthogonal basis functions for the discretization of second-kind surface integral equations in the Method of Moments. A: Computational Electromagnetics International Workshop. "CEM'11: Computational Electromagnetics International Workshop". Izmir: 2011, p. 8-12.
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