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By Dragan Poljak

ISBN-10: 0470036656

ISBN-13: 9780470036655

This article combines the basics of electromagnetics with numerical modeling to take on a wide variety of present electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) difficulties, together with issues of lightning, transmission traces, and grounding structures. It units forth an exceptional starting place within the fundamentals ahead of advancing to really good issues, and permits readers to strengthen their very own EMC computational types for purposes in either learn and undefined.

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7 Region 1 Magnetic flux density at the boundary between two different media. With the direction information included, where ~ n is the unit vector normal to the surface, ~2 Þ ¼ ~ ~1 À H ~ Js nxðH ð2:108Þ There is a discontinuity of the tangential field at the boundary between two regions equal to any surface current density that may exist on the boundary. 7. The surfaces ÁS of the volume are assumed to be arbitrarily small so that the normal flux density Bn does not vary across the surface. Also, the thickness of the disk is vanishingly small so that there is negligible flux through the side wall.

The so-called skin depth in common situations is often sufficiently small for the surface phenomenon to be an accurate representation. Therefore, the familiar rules for the behavior of time-varying fields at a boundary defined by good conductors follow directly from consideration of the limit condition, that is, when the conductor is perfect. No time-varying field can exist in a perfect conductor, so the related electric field is entirely normal to the conductor and it is supported by a surface charge density, that is, Dn ¼ rs ð2:118Þ TEAM LinG 32 FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY The magnetic field is entirely tangential to the conductor and is equilibrated by a surface current density term, that is, Hs ¼ Js ð2:119Þ True boundary conditions, that is, conditions at the extremes of the boundary value problem, are obtained by extending the interface conditions.

76) is apparent. 78) interpret the energy of a system of sources as actually stored in the fields produced by these sources. 7 THE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVE EQUATIONS Maxwell equations are coupled first-order space-time partial differential equations which are very difficult to apply when solving boundary-value problems. A way to overcome the difficulty of solving coupling equations is to decouple these first order equations, thereby, obtaining the second-order electromagnetic wave equations. The wave equations can be easily derived from the Maxwell curl equations by differentiation and substitution.

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