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Title: Coupling Finite Element and Integral Equation Representations To Efficiently Model Large Three-Dimensional Scattering Objects
Authors: Cwik, Tom
Jamnejad, Vahraz
Zuffada, Cinzia
Issue Date: Jul-1993
Citation: USA
Abstract: The usefulness of finite element modeling follows from the ability to accurately simulate the gemetry and three-dimensional fields on the scale of a fraction of a wavelength. To make this meodelling practical for engineering design,it is necessary to integrate the stages of geometry modeling and mesh generation, numbeical solution and display of fields.
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