Computer Aided Modeling of Field

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AED2M17PMP Z,ZK 5 2+2c English
Department of Electromagnetic Field

The subject prepares students for independent work with professional software tools for design of elements of radio communication systems on the base of state of art. Knowledge of numerical methods and methods of optimization are parts of the education. The subject also gives the knowledge of the maths for RF radio communication systems and introduces some modern parts on maths together with design of radio communications subsystems.



Syllabus of lectures:

1.Integral methods, field of charges

2.The moment method, postprocessing

3.Differential methods, Poisson's equation, FDM

4.Magnetic field - the integral methods, Biot - Savart law.

5.Nonstationar field, quasistatic approach, field in gaps

6.Professional software tools, electromagnetic field simulators

7.Numerical methods: FDTD, FIT. finite element method FEM

8.Partial differentional equation, analytical and numerical solution

9.antenna modeling in frequency and time domain

10.Modeling in frequency domain - impedance matching

11.Modeling in frequency domain - interferences

12.Modeling in time domain

13.Bessel function, special polynomial function, approximation¨

14.Modeling and optimization - special procedures - genetic algorithms theory and application

Syllabus of tutorials:

1.Preparation for the independent work (electrostatic field)

2.Project in computer laboratory (electrostatic field)

3.Preparation for the independent work (magnetic field)

4.Project in computer laboratory (magnetic field)

5.Usage of professional software tools - field simulators

6.Design using of professional software tools - field simulators

7.Preparation for the independent work (wave equation in free space)

8.Project in computer laboratory (wave equation in free space)

9.Preparation for the independent work (impedance matching)

10.Project in computer laboratory (impedance matching)

11.Preparation for the independent work (interferences)

12.Project in computer laboratory (interferences)

13.Preparation for the independent work (time domain - distortion)

14.Project in computer laboratory (time domain - distortion)

Study Objective:

Knowledge of numerical methods and methods of optimization.

Study materials:

1.Umashankar, K., Taflove, K.: Computational Electromagnetics. Artech House, Inc., London 1993

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