4 edition of Parallel finite-difference time-domain method found in the catalog.
Parallel finite-difference time-domain method
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||Wenhua Yu ... [et al.]|
|Series||Artech House electromagnetic analysis series|
|LC Classifications||QC760.54 .P37 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||2006045967|
Nader Farahat, Raj Mittra, Neng-Tien Huang, “Modeling Large Phased Array Antennas Using the Finite Difference Time Domain Method and the Characteristic Basis Function Approach,” the ACES conference, March , Miami, Florida. [S]
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Commonly used methods in computational electromagnetics include the Finite Element Method (FEM), the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method and the Method of Moment (MoM), and they all find applications to the solution of a wide variety of electromagnetic problems.
The focus of this book is on parallel implementation of the FDTD by: Available in: finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering. This book Due to COVID, orders may be : $ The finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering.
This book raises the FDTD method to the next level by empowering it with the vast capabilities of parallel computing. The finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering.
This book talks about the FDTD method and its capabilities of parallel computing. It shows how to exploit the natural parallel properties of FDTD to improve the FDTD method and to solve more complex and large problem sets. There are a lot of books on the FDTD, but only a few on parallel ones.
So I’ve decided to go for this book, knowing that some chapters won’t apply to our job (wave equations). My goal was to seek a book that would explain the basics of my issues. Content and opinions. The book can be split in two parts: the first is about the electromagnetic equations, the second on its parallel implementation.
The first chapter 5/5(1). This book introduces the powerful Finite-Difference Time-Domain method to students and interested researchers and readers.
An effective introduction is accomplished using a step-by-step process that builds competence and confidence in developing complete working codes for the design and analysis of various antennas and microwave by: For the forward problem, a parallel finite-difference time-domain technique is used, in which the excitation is an array of rectangular apertures and scattered fields are probed by an array very.
Chapter 3: Introduction to the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method: FDTD in 1D. This is where things really start. You can skip the previous two chapters, but not this one. Chapter 3 contents: Introduction The Yee Algorithm Update Equations in 1D Computer Implementation of a One-Dimensional FDTD Simulation Bare-Bones Simulation.
Exploit the naturally parallel properties of the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) algorithm to improve existing Time Domain Field Solvers, and to efficiently address more complex and large problem sets with this cutting-edge reference.
The book shows you how to apply MPI and MPICH to develop. Parallel finite-difference time-domain method. by Wenhua Yu et al.
The finite difference time domain (FDTD) method is a common method used in computational electromagnetics. Taflove and K. Umashankar, "The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method for Numerical Modeling of Electromagnetic Wave Interactions with Arbitrary Structures," Chap.
8 in Progress in Electromagnetics Research 2: Finite-Element and Finite-Difference Methods in Electromagnetic Scattering, M. Written by the pioneer and foremost authority on the subject, this new book is both a comprehensive university textbook and professional/research reference on the finite-difference time-domain.
Understanding the Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method John B. Schneider May 6, ii. Contents 13 Parallel Processing on the ﬁnite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method. The FDTD method makes approximations that force the solutions to be approximate, i.e., the method File Size: 2MB.
methods, the aim here is to provide a comprehensive picture of these methods. Discretizing Maxwell’s equation in space and time FDTD Method Introduction Firstly introduced by Kane Yee in , the FDTD approach is based on a direct numerical solution of the time-dependent Maxwell's curl equations by using the Finite-Difference technique.
The finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering. This book raises the FDTD method to the next level by empowering it with the vast capabilities of parallel : Wenhua Yu. Therefore, this paper presents a time-domain parallel method consisting of finite-difference time-domain method, TL equations, and message passing interface library.
This method has two obvious advantages: one is that it does not need to mesh the TLs, which can reduce a lot of computational memory; and the other is that it can run on multiple processors or computers to save a lot of computational : Jie Luo, Zhihong Ye, Cheng Liao.
Finite-Difference Time-Domain method (FDTD) which is known with its simple and flexible is widely used for the calculating of electromagnetic fields. However, it costs a lot of time in simulating. Illustrative examples are given to demonstrate the use of these algorithms and their implementations on the parallel computing platform for solving large-scale electromagnetic problems.
Keywords: finite-difference time-domain method. Rodohan, D.P., Saunders, S.R.: Parallel Implementations of the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method.
In: Proceeding of the 2 nd International Conference on Computational Electromagnetics, pp. – () Google ScholarCited by: The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method has been commonly utilized to simulate the electromagnetic (EM) waves propagation in the plasma media.
Cited by: 2. The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method has been commonly utilized to simulate the electromagnetic (EM) waves propagation in the plasma media. However, the FDTD method may bring about extra run-time on concerning computationally large and complicated EM problems.
Fortunately, the FDTD method is easy to by: 2. In this paper we evaluate the usability and performance of Open Computing Language (OpenCL) targeted for implementation of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method. The simulation speed was compared to implementations based on alternative techniques of parallel processor programming.
Moreover, the portability of OpenCL FDTD code between modern computing architectures was. Since the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method was initially delivered to numerically resolve the Maxwell’s equations by Yee in .
It has been widely used in the numerical solution of electromagnetics (EMs) problems. The FDTD method has obvious advantages compared to many other numerical by: 2. Abstract. GMES which stands for GIST Maxwell's Equations Solver is a Python package for a Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) simulation.
The FDTD method widely used for electromagnetic simulations is an algorithm to solve the Maxwell's equations. GMES follows Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) paradigm for the good maintainability and : Kyungwon Chun, Huioon Kim, Hyunpyo Hong, Youngjoo Chung.
The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering. Here's a cutting-edge book that focuses on the performance optimization and engineering applications of FDTD simulation systems. One of the tools in this field is the Finite Difference Time Domain method (FDTD), a method that has been implemented in a program in order to be able to compute electromagnetic scattering by complex objects.
In this paper a parallel implementation of the FDTD code is : Lucas J. van Ewijk. This book allows engineering students and practicing engineers to learn the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method and properly apply it toward their electromagnetic simulation projects.
Each chapter contains a concise explanation of an essential concept and instruction on its implementation into computer code. The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method has been commonly utilized to simulate the electromagnetic (EM) waves propagation in the plasma media.
However, the FDTD method may bring about extra run-time on concerning computationally large and complicated EM problems. Fortunately, the FDTD method is easy to parallelize. Besides, GPU has been widely used for parallel Cited by: 2. A group of Penn State electrical engineers has authored a new book, "Parallel Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method.".
The work explores properties of the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) algorithm to improve existing Time Domain Field Solvers. Readers will learn how to apply MPI. Finite-difference time-domain or Yee's method is a numerical analysis technique used for modeling computational electrodynamics.
Since it is a time-domain method, FDTD solutions can cover a wide frequency range with a single simulation run, and treat nonlinear material properties in a natural way. The FDTD method belongs in the general class of grid-based differential numerical modeling methods. The Finite Difference Time Domain Method.
The Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method, as first proposed by Yee , is a direct solution of Maxwell's time dependent curl equations. It uses simple central-difference approximations to evaluate the space and time derivatives.
A basic element of the FDTD space lattice is illustrated in Figure 2. The 3D Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method simulates structures in the time-domain using a direct form of Maxwell’s curl equations.
This method has the advantage over other simulation methods in that it does not use empiri-cal approximations. Unfortunately, it requires large amounts of memory and long simulation times.
Rise of Finite-Difference Time-Domain Methods 3 History of FDTD Techniques for Maxwell's Equations 4 Characteristics of FDTD and Related Space-Grid Time-Domain Techniques 6 Classes of Algorithms 6 Predictive Dynamic Range 7 Scaling to Very Large Problem Sizes 8 Examples of Applications 9File Size: KB.
This extensively revised and expanded third edition of the Artech House bestseller, Computational Electrodynamics: The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method, offers engineers the most up-to-date and definitive resource on this critical method for solving Maxwell's equations.
The method helps practitioners design antennas, wireless communications devices, high-speed digital and microwave. In this paper, we implement a parallel version of the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) method in Java. WeusedMPJExpress—athread-safeimplementationof Message Passing Interface (MPI)  bindings in Java—to parallelize the implementation in Java.
The FDTD method is a widely used and increasingly popular method for the. Wenhua Yu, Raj Mittra, Tao Su, Yongjun Liu and Xiaoling Yang, “Parallel Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method,” Artech House Publisher, July B.
Books Edited or Co-Edited. Mittra, “Numerical and Asymptotic Techniques for Electromagnetics,” Springer-Verlag, Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method is written for anyone who would like to learn electromagnetic simulation using the finite-difference time-domain method.
Appropriate as both a textbook and for self-study, this tutorial-style book will provide all the background you will need to begin research or other practical work in. Written for graduate-level students, The Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method: Electromagnetics with MATLAB Simulations provides comprehensive coverage of the finite-difference time-domain method.
The text consists of 12 chapters, each one built on the concepts provided in the previous chapter. Using this book, students will be able to construct a program with sufficient functionality to solve.
We perform large-scale finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) simulations with the aid of efficient parallel-computing algorithms for designing optical and acoustic metamaterials, where either electromagnetic or elastic constants in the materials are artificially modulated via nano/: Kenji Tsuruta, Shinji Nagai, Ryosuke Umeda, Tomoyuki Kurose, Noriaki Maetani.
The Finite Difference Time Domain Method for Electromagnetics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The scope of the book is the 4/5. In this study, a fast and accurate method to predict the radar cross-section (RCS) of large-scale and complicated shape targets is proposed based on a high-performance parallel finite difference time-domain (FDTD) numerical method.
To this end, several most popular parallel computation methods [including OpenMP, graphics processing unit (GPU), and message-passing interface (MPI)] are Author: Xiao Long Zhou, Xin Yu Wang, Jian Feng Zhang, Jian Wei You.Ayubi-Moak, J.
S., Goodnick, S., Speyer, G., Stanzione, D. C., & Sotirelis, P. (). Parallel 3D FDTD simulator for photonic Department of Defense - Proceedings of the HPCMP Users Group Conference ; High Performance Computing Modernization Program: A Bridge to Future Defense, DoD HPCMP UGC (pp.
). (Department of Defense - Proceedings of the HPCMP Cited by: 1.Parallel Finite-Difference Time-Domain Method Wenhua Yu The finite-difference time-domain (FTDT) method has revolutionized antenna design and electromagnetics engineering. This book raises the FDTD method to the next level by empowering it with the vast capabilities of parallel computing.