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Application of a Finite-Volume Time-Domain Maxwell Equation Solver to Three-Dimensional Objects
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Harmon, Frederick G., "Application of a Finite-Volume Time-Domain Maxwell Equation Solver to Three-Dimensional Objects" (). Engineering and Cited by: 3.
Application of a finite-volume time-domain Maxwell equation solver to three-dimensional objects. Frederick Harmon, Andrew Terzuoli, Jr., Frederick Harmon and Andrew Terzuoli, Jr. N.K. Madsen, R.W.
ZiolkowskiA three-dimensional modified finite volume technique for Maxwell's equations Electromagnetics, 10 (1–2) (), pp. Google ScholarCited by: Maxwell's curl equations in the time domain are solved using an explicit linear finite-element approach implemented on unstructured tetrahedral meshes.
Application Of A Finite Volume Time Domain Maxwell Equation Solver To Three Dimensional Objects/5. Maxwell's equations are a series of four partial differential equations that describe the force of electromagnetism.
They were derived by mathematician James Clerk Maxwell, who. Sign In. Details.