Numerical methods in computational electrodynamics : linear systems in practical applications / Ursula van Rienen.

By: Van Rienen, UrsulaMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Lecture notes in computational science and engineering ; 12Copyright date: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2001Edition: First EditionDescription: xii, 375 pages : illutrations (some colours) ; 24 cmISBN: 9783540676294Subject(s): Electrodynamics -- Mathematics | Numerical analysis | Mathematics | Particle acceleration | Computer engineering | Electrodinámica -- Matemáticas | Análisis numérico | Matemáticas | Aceleración de partículasDDC classification: 518 LOC classification: QC631.3 | .V36 2001Online resources: Publisher description
Partial contents:
1. Classical electrodynamics -- 2. Numerical field theory -- 3. Numerical treatment of linear systems -- 4. Applications from electrical engineering -- 5. Applications from accelerator physics.
Abstract: In the method of moments, which includes the mode matching method as a special case, the solution function is represented by a linear combination of appropriately weighted basis func- tions.
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Includes index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Classical electrodynamics -- 2. Numerical field theory -- 3. Numerical treatment of linear systems -- 4. Applications from electrical engineering -- 5. Applications from accelerator physics.

In the method of moments, which includes the mode matching method as a special case, the solution function is represented by a linear combination of appropriately weighted basis func- tions.

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