© 2017 – CRC Press
362 pages | 154 B/W Illus.
Advanced Electromagnetic Computation with MATLAB® discusses commercial electromagnetic software, widely used in the industry. Algorithms of Finite Differences, Moment method, Finite Element method and Finite Difference Time Domain method are illustrated. Hand-computed simple examples and MATLAB-coded examples are used to explain the concepts behind the algorithms. Case studies of practical examples from transmission lines, waveguides, and electrostatic problems are given so students are able to develop the code and solve the problems. Two new chapters including advanced methods based on perturbation techniques and three dimensional finite element examples from radiation scattering are included.
"This book covers a broad area of electromagnetism in various dielectric media. It can be used as the textbook of intermediate level electromagnetic (EM) courses and special topic courses, as well as the reference book of researchers working in EM and plasma areas."
—Spencer Kuo, New York University, USA
"Electromagnetic Waves, Materials, and Computation with MATLAB is a monumental presentation of Electromagnetics, with a wonderfully pedagogical approach and an incredible wealth of topics."
— Christophe Caloz, Polytechnique Montréal, Québec, Canada
Profusely illustrated and exceptionally organized and presented, Advanced Electromagnetic Computation is an ideal textbook and unreservedly recommended for technical college and university library Electromagnetic Technology collections. It should be noted for the personal reading lists of students Advanced Electromagnetic Computation is also available in a digital book format (eTextbook, $109.39). Also very highly recommended is the companion textbook by Professor Kalluri, Principles of Electromagnetic Waves and Materials: 2nd Edition (9781498733298, $129.95 HC / $109.39 Kindle, 670pp)."
—Midwest Book Review, January 2018
Volume II: Introduction and One Dimensional Problems. Two Dimensional Problems. Advanced Topics on Finite Element Method. Case Study for FEM: Ridged Waveguide, Transmission Line, and Scattering Problem. Three Dimensional Finite Element Examples from Radiation and Scattering. Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method. FDTD Simulation of Electromagnetic Pulse Interaction with a Switched Plasma Slab. Approximate Analytical Methods based on Perturbation and Variational Techniques. Advanced Methods Based on Perturbation Techniques.