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  • Author:
    Wenquan Sui
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    0849313961
  • ISBN13:
    978-0849313967
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    CRC Press; 1 edition (November 6, 2001)
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    416 pages
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The analysis of nonlinear hybrid electromagnetic systems poses significant challenges that essentially demand reliable numerical methods.

The analysis of nonlinear hybrid electromagnetic systems poses significant challenges that essentially demand reliable numerical methods. The author then extends the basic theory of FDTD cosimulation to focus on techniques for time-domain field solving, analog circuit analysis, and integration of other lumped systems, such as n-port nonlinear circuits, into the field-solving scheme. The numerical cosimulation methods described in this book and proven in various applications can effectively simulate hybrid circuits that other techniques cannot.

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Dr. Sui’s hybrid world consists of bringing together finite difference time domain (FDTD) electromagnetic.

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systems involving the interplay between discrete and continuous dynamic behaviors. Computer and embedded reactive control systems which includes discrete switching logic and event-driven interactions with continuous systems are ubiquitous in everyday life. These systems become increasingly complex and difficult to design and to verify while the requirements for dynamics performances and safety are also increasing. Wenquan Sui. Category: 'Electronic circuits - Computer simulation. 'Electromagnetism - Computer simulation. 'System analysis - Data processing. 'Time domain analysis. 'Finite differences.

Simulation of hybrid electromagnetic system. Published: 8 October 2018. by Informa UK Limited. in Time-Domain Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Hybrid Systems. Time-Domain Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Hybrid Systems pp 284-323; doi:10.

The following is based on the book Time-Domain Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Hybrid Systems by Wenquan Sui. Sui (2001, p. 54-156) expressed that FDTD is an explicit finite-difference method. Therefore all unknowns at present time-step are evaluated from known values at previous time-step. The time increment Δt in FDTD is limited by the stability requirement known as the ewy (CFL) condition (Taflove & Hagness, 2000).

The analysis of nonlinear hybrid electromagnetic systems poses significant challenges that essentially demand reliable numerical methods. In recent years, research has shown that finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) cosimulation techniques hold great potential for future designs and analyses of electrical systems.Time-Domain Computer Analysis of Nonlinear Hybrid Systems summarizes and reviews more than 10 years of research in FDTD cosimulation. It first provides a basic overview of the electromagnetic theory, the link between field theory and circuit theory, transmission line theory, finite-difference approximation, and analog circuit simulation. The author then extends the basic theory of FDTD cosimulation to focus on techniques for time-domain field solving, analog circuit analysis, and integration of other lumped systems, such as n-port nonlinear circuits, into the field-solving scheme.The numerical cosimulation methods described in this book and proven in various applications can effectively simulate hybrid circuits that other techniques cannot. By incorporating recent, new, and previously unpublished results, this book effectively represents the state of the art in FDTD techniques. More detailed studies are needed before the methods described are fully developed, but the discussions in this book build a good foundation for their future perfection.