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2011-08-18
Transient Electromagnetic Topology and Its Experimental Validation
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Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 25, 185-195, 2011
Abstract
Transient electromagnetic topology (TEMT) method is presented briefly first and then three typical configurations, namely, a transmission line network, a wire penetrating a cavity aperture and then connecting to a device, and two systems connected by a shielded cable radiated by an electromagnetic pulse, are analyzed by using the TEMT method. The currents induced at the loads obtained by the TEMT method are compared with those from the experiment. The good agreement of the numerical results with the experimental ones validates the TEMT method.
Citation
Haiyan Xie, Jianguo Wang, Dongyang Sun, and Ruyu Fan, "Transient Electromagnetic Topology and Its Experimental Validation," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 25, 185-195, 2011.
doi:10.2528/PIERL11022702
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