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Computational Electromagnetics: Basics & Applications
This workshop is aimed at training of students and practicing engineers in Computational Electromagnetics. The workshop will be conducted by NARL and Zeus Numerix jointly. Lectures will be given by IIT Professors and hands on will be taken by Zeus engineers.
Date: January 23, 2008 - January 25, 2008
Location: Dept of Physics SV college, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India
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Organizer: NARL/IETE/Zeus Numerix
Application Areas: Electromagnetism and Radars
Special Fields: Finite Volume Methods, Boundary Element Methods
Type of Event: Workshop, International

Computational Electromagnetics (CEM), an extremely versatile
technology requiring high performance computing environment
is poised to take over as universal methodology for
simulating problems in industrial R&D regarding
electromagnetics. Analytical solutions to electromagnetic
problems are often restricted by the assumptions used in
deriving those solutions. These assumptions can be
pertaining to range of frequencies or size of the problem 

CEM is free from these restrictions as it is numerical
simulation of most general Maxwell's equations. Since the
objects to be studied are modeled in actual dimensions, CEM
is not restricted by the size of the object if enough
computing power is available. All the frequencies from
Rayleigh, Mie or optical region can be simulated from the
same software. CEM finds application in estimating the Radar
Cross Section of Aerospace and Marine configurations, design
of antennas, design of wave guides.
Event record first posted on December 8, 2007, last modified on December 10, 2007

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