Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering: Proceedings of the SCEE-2002 Conference held in Eindhoven

Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering: Proceedings of the SCEE-2002 Conference held in Eindhoven

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Overview

This book presents the proceedings of the 4th International Workshop "Scientific Computing in Electrical Engineering", held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, from June 23-28, 2002. This workshop followed three earlier workshops held in 1997 at the Darmstadt University of Technology, in 1998 at the Weierstrass Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, and in 2000 at the University of Rostock. The main topics of SCEE-2002 were computational electrodynamics, circuit simulation and coupled problems. The objective of the workshop, which was mainly directed at mathematicians and electrical engineers, was to bring together scientists from universities and industry with the goal of intensive discussions about modelling and numerical simulation of electronic circuits and electromagnetic fields. A special feature was the "Industry Day", where distinguished speakers discussed the needs of industry in the field of computational electromagnetics and circuit simulation. The book contains papers of invited and contributed talks, as well as from poster presentations.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783642624780
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 09/17/2013
Series: Mathematics in Industry , #4
Edition description: 2004
Pages: 420
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.03(d)

Table of Contents

G. Lamé vs. J.C. Maxwell: How to Reconcile Them? Antonio DiCarlo Variational FDTD-like methods for Maxwell's equations Patrick Joly Methods and Approaches for RF Circuit Simulation and Electromagnetic Modelling .A.M. Kevenaar, E.J.W. ter Maten, H.H.J.M. Janssen Recent Advances in Finite Integration Technique for High Frequency Applications Rolf Schuhmann, Thomas Weiland Toward Generalized Finite Element Difference Methods for Electro- and Magnetostatics Igor Tsukerman Electrical RLC Networks and Semiconductor Devices Giuseppe Ali Modified Extended BDF Time-Integration Methods, Applied to Circuit Equations Sandra Allaart-Bruin, Jan ter Maten, Sjoerd Verduyn Lunel Non-parabolic Tail Electron Hydrodynamical Model for Silicon Semi-conductors Angelo Marcello Anile, Giovanni Mascali Multirate co-simulation of first order thermal models in electric circuit design A. Bartel, M. Günther Parallel Solution Techniques for Sparse Linear Systems in Circuit Simulation Achim Basermann, Fabienne Cortial-Goutaudier, Uwe Jaekel, Koutaro Hachiya Finitely Large Phased Arrays of Microstrip Antennas- Analysis and Design Dave J. Bekers, Stef J.L. van Eijndhoven, Alphons A.F. van de Ven, Peter-Paul Borsboom, Evert W. Kolk The Sommerville mesh in Yee-like schemes Alain Bossavit Hierarchical Simulation of Substrate Coupling in BiCMOS Structures Using the Boundary Element Method Thomas Brandtner, Robert Weigel An Embedding Method for High Frequency Circuits Barbara Lang, Angelika Bunse-Gerstner, Henning Lemanczyk, Hans Georg Brachtendorf, RainerLaur Mixed-hybrid finite element methods for coupled problems in silicon dioxide technology Paola Causin, Riccardo Sacco Rosenbrock-Methods for Time Step Adaptive Transient Eddy Current Simulations without Nonlinear Iterations Markus Clemens, Markus Wilke, Thomas Weiland A Finite Element Model for Rutherford Cable in Superconductive Magnets Herbert De Gersem, Thomas Weiland Best of Both Worlds: Combining EM Accuracy with the Speed of Analytical Models Tom Dhaene Simulation of magnetic circuits including hysteresisi nonlinearity Sinan Güngör, Saffet Altay Eigenmode Computation of Microwave and Laser Structures Including PML Georg Hebermehl, Friedrich-Karl Hübner, Rainer Schlundt, Thorsten Tischler, Horst Zscheile, Wolfgang Heinrich Interconnect Optimization by Semidefinite Programming Tino Heijmen, Jaap van Staalduinen Electromagnetic force densities in a continuous medium Francois

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