Jennifer E. Houle, Dennis M. Sullivan
Wiley-IEEE Press; 3rd edition
1119565804; 1119565847; 1119565820
9781119565802/ 9781119565840/ 9781119565826
This ebook permits working towards engineers and engineering college students to study the finite-distinction time-area (FDTD) methodology and correctly implement it towards their electromagnetic simulation tasks. Every chapter accommodates a concise rationalization of an important idea and instruction on its implementation into pc code. Included tasks intensify in complexity; starting from simulations in free house to propagation in dispersive media. This third edition employs the Python programming language; which is turning into the desired pc language for the engineering and scientific group.
Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method with Python; third Edition (PDF) is written with the goal of enabling readers to study the FDTD methodology in a manageable period of time. Some basic purposes of sign processing concept are defined to enhance the effectiveness of FDTD simulation. Topics included are one-dimensional simulation with the FDTD methodology; two-dimensional simulation; and three-dimensional simulation. The ebook additionally covers superior Python options and deep regional hyperthermia therapy planning.
Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method with Python:
- Guides the reader from basic applications to complicated; three-dimensional applications in a tutorial vogue
- Includes a rewritten fifth chapter that reveals the most fascinating purposes in FDTD and the superior graphics methods of Python
- Includes peripheral matters pertinent to time-area simulation; like Z-transforms and the discrete Fourier rework
- Offers Python simulation applications on an accompanying web site
An ideal ebook for senior undergraduate engineering college students finding out FDTD; Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method with Python may also profit engineers and scientists engineers all for the topic.
NOTE: The product solely consists of the ebook; Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method with Python; third Edition in PDF. No access codes are included.