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Non-Stationary Electromagnetics

An Integral Equations Approach

by Alexander Nerukh and Trevor Benson

  • Format: Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9789814774956
  • Subject: Electronic Materials
  • Published: August 2018
  • Pages: 474

This book is devoted to investigations of non-stationary electromagnetic processes. It offers a good opportunity to introduce the Volterra integral equation method more widely to the electromagnetic community. The explicit mathematical theory is combined with examples of its application in electromagnetic devices, optoelectronics, and photonics, where time-domain methods become a powerful tool for modeling. Many of the electromagnetic phenomena that are studied in the book may lead to numerous new ideas for experimentalists and engineers developing new classes of photonics devices.

The book contains a systematic statement of the Volterra integral equation method for investigations of electrodynamics phenomena in the time domain, new results, and applications in microwave techniques and photonics. Particular consideration is given to electromagnetic transients in time-varying media and their potential applications. The approach is formulated and electromagnetic phenomena are investigated in detail for a hollow metal waveguide, which contains moving dielectric or plasma-bounded medium; dielectric waveguides with time-varying medium inside a core; cylindrical homogeneous resonators with time-varying medium as well as with time-varying insertions in them and a system of non-stationary resonators.

Key Features:

  • Combines the explicit mathematical theory with examples of its application in electromagnetic devices, optoelectronics, and photonics, where time-domain methods become a powerful tool for modeling
  • Presents a detailed theoretical basis for analytical and numerical methods