© 2008

Time Domain Methods in Electrodynamics

  • Peter Russer
  • Uwe Siart
Conference proceedings

Part of the Springer Proceedings in Physics book series (SPPHY, volume 121)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXI
  2. Erion Gjonaj, Andreas Barchanski, Peter Thoma, Thomas Weiland
    Pages 19-29
  3. Zhizhang (David) Chen, Michel M. Ney
    Pages 31-39
  4. Johannes A. Russer, Prasad S. Sumant, Andreas C. Cangellaris
    Pages 55-67
  5. Poman So, P. Eng.
    Pages 79-90
  6. John Paul, Christos Christopoulos, David W.P. Thomas
    Pages 91-104
  7. Leonardo R.A.X de Menezes, Ajibola Ajayi, Christos Christopoulos, Phillip Sewell, Geovany A. Borges
    Pages 135-145
  8. Nikolaus Fichtner, Uwe Siart, Yury Kuznetsov, Andrey Baev, Peter Russer
    Pages 147-171
  9. Benito Sanz-Izquierdo, Fengxi Huang, John C. Batchelor, Mohammed I. Sobhy
    Pages 173-187
  10. Martin L. Zitzmann, Robert Weigel
    Pages 189-210
  11. Li Yang, Amin Rida, Anya Traille, Manos M. Tentzeris
    Pages 283-301
  12. Stefan Lindenmeier, Joachim Brose
    Pages 303-319
  13. Hung-Jui Lam, Yinying Lu, Huilian Du, Poman P.M. So, Jens Bornemann
    Pages 321-331

About these proceedings


This book consists of contributions given in honor of Wolfgang J.R. Hoefer. Space and time discretizing time domain methods for electromagnetic full-wave simulation have emerged as key numerical methods in computational electromagnetics. Time domain methods are versatile and can be applied to the solution of a wide range of electromagnetic field problems. Computing the response of an electromagnetic structure to an impulsive excitation localized in space and time provides a comprehensive characterization of the electromagnetic properties of the structure in a wide frequency range. The most important methods are the Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) and the Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) methods.

The contributions represent the state of the art in dealing with time domain methods in modern engineering electrodynamics for electromagnetic modeling in general, the Transmission Line Matrix (TLM) method, the application of network concepts to electromagnetic field modeling, circuit and system applications and, finally, with broadband devices, systems and measurement techniques.


Biomedical EMC Computational Electromagnetics Environment Management Signal Integrity Measurement Techniques Transmission Vehicular EMC integrated circuit metal-oxide-semiconductor transistor

Editors and affiliations

  • Peter Russer
    • 1
  • Uwe Siart
    • 1
  1. 1.TU München Fak. Elektro- und Informationstechnik LS HochfrequenztechnikGermany

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