Advanced Electromagnetic Modeling

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This proposal focuses on the development of novel numerical techniques for the solution of electromagnetic scattering problems that are accurate, fast, and well-conditioned. This is realized by the development of a high-order loca]]y corrected Nystrom solution of the volume and/or surface scattering of complex radar targets, and circuits printed in multilayered media. The high-order Nystrom solution to such problems promises high-order error convergence, computational efficiency, and controllable accuracy. With the implementation of fast iterative solvers and well conditioned formulations, the proposed techniques promise the ability to predict the RCS of practica airborne vehicles over wide frequency bands.
Effective start/end date1/26/018/31/04


  • Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency: $305,536.00


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