In this study, a three-dimensional (3-D) structural model of an adult male body, including 12 kinds of tissues and organs, was analyzed using a 3-D model design application (i.e., 3ds Max). The standard model of Asians was used as reference. The electrical parameters of brain tissues at different electromagnetic frequencies were introduced to obtain the electromagnetic model. Computational electromagnetic software based on the finite-difference time-domain was used to calculate the model absorption of electromagnetic waves under ultra-wide band electromagnetic irradiation. The specific absorption rates (SARs) of the ensemble average and the model human tissue were also obtained. This study aims to provide a parameter for the development of electromagnetic radiation protection standards, and to discuss related research.
Hui Jun Xue,
"Simulation of SAR Under Ultra-Wide Band Electromagnetic Pulse in Human Tissue," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M,
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