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Parallel finite-difference time-domain method.

1596930853

Parallel finite-difference time-domain method.

Ed. by Wenhua Yu et al.

Artech House

2006

262 pages

$119.00

Hardcover

Artech House electromagnetic analysis series

QC760

The finite difference time domain (FDTD) method is a common method used in computational electromagnetics that, by its very nature, lends itself to efficient parallel processing. The authors (of the Department of Engineering, Pennsylvania State U.) describe the parallel implementation of the three-dimensional Cartesian FDTD method, first introducing such basic concepts as the boundary conditions, near-to-far-field transformation, and enhancements to the FDTD, and later discussing such topics as absorbing boundary condition, singular boundary condition, and simulation technique for the partially symmetric problem. Finally, they address the parallel implementation of the body of revolution/FDTD method.

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