This paper describes how the Surface Integrated Field Equations method (SIFE) is implemented to solve 3D Electromagnetic (EM) problems on substrates in which high contrast materials occur. It gives an account of the promising results that are obtained with it when compared to traditional approaches. Advantages of the method are the highly improved flexibility and accuracy for a given discretization level, at the cost of higher computational complexity.
|Name||Mathematics in Industry|
|Publisher||Springer International Publishing AG|
|Conference||Seventh International Conference on Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering|
|Period||28/09/08 → 3/10/08|