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STUDY ON EM SCATTERING FROM 2-D TARGET ABOVE 1-D LARGE SCALE ROUGH SURFACE WITH LOW GRAZING INCIDENCE BY PARALLEL MOM BASED ON PC CLUSTERS

By L.-X. Guo, A.-Q. Wang, and J. Ma

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Abstract:
Based on message passing interface (MPI) of the PC Clusters, the parallel method of moment (MOM) is applied to the electromagnetic (EM) scattering from one dimensional (1-D) large scale PEC Gaussian rough surface with two dimensional (2-D) PEC cylinder above it with low grazing incidence. The conjugate gradient method (CGM) for solving MOM matrix equation is parallelized according to the property of MPI in this work. The parallel computational efficiency and validity are shown by several numerical simulations, in which it is proved that the proposed method supplies a novel technique for solving the problem of the composite EM scattering for a 2-D target above 1-D large scale rough surface. Finally, the influences of root mean square (rms) height, the correlation length of the Gaussian surface, the size and the altitude of the cylinder, the polarization on the bistatic scattering coefficient (BSC) for low grazing incidence are also discussed in detail.

Citation:
L.-X. Guo, A.-Q. Wang, and J. Ma, "Study on EM scattering from 2-d target above 1-d large scale rough surface with low grazing incidence by parallel MoM based on PC clusters," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 89, 149-166, 2009.
doi:10.2528/PIER08121002
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=08121002

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