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Title: A combined wavelet-FE method for transient electromagnetic-field computations
Authors: Yang, Shiyou
Ho, Siu-lau
Ni, P. H.
Ni, Guangzheng
Subjects: Meshless method
Multiresolution analysis
Transient electromagnetic (EM) field
Issue Date: Apr-2006
Publisher: IEEE
Source: IEEE transactions on magnetics, Apr. 2006, v. 42 , no. 4, p. 571-574
Abstract: A combined wavelet-finite-element (wavelet-FE) method is proposed for the computation of transient electromagnetic (EM) fields. In order to retain the essential mathematical properties, such as consistency and linear independence of the shape functions for the proposed method, bridge scales are used to modify the wavelets. To consider the influence of the external voltage supplies, the proposed wavelet-FE method is coupled with a state-space model to develop an integrated simulation approach. Computer simulation results are reported to demonstrate the feasibility of the proposed method for computations of both steady-state and transient EM fields.
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Type: Journal/Magazine Article
DOI: 10.1109/TMAG.2006.871427
ISSN: 0018-9464
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