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Dumin O.M.,University of Kharkiv | Dumina O.O.,Ukrainian State Academy of Railway Transport 7 | Katrich V.A.,Kharkov National University of Radio Electronics
Progress in Electromagnetics Research

To solve radiation problems in time domain directly the modal representation of transient electromagnetic fields is considered. Using evolutionary approach the initial nonstationary three-dimensional electrodynamic problem is transformed into the problem for one-dimensional evolutionary equations by the construction of the modal basis for electromagnetic fields with arbitrary time dependence in spherical coordinate system. Elimination of the radial components of electrical and magnetic field from Maxwell equation system permits to form the four-dimensional differential operators. It is proved that the operators are self- adjoint ones. The eigen-functions of the operators form the basis. The completeness of the basis is proved by means of Weyl Theorem about orthogonal detachments of Hilbert space. The expansion coefficients of arbitrary electromagnetic field are found from the set of evolutionary equations. The transient electromagnetic field can be found directly without Fourier transform application by means of one-dimensional FDTD method for the medium with dependence on longitudinal coordinate and time or using Laplace transform and wave splitting for the case of homogeneous stationary medium. The above mentioned methods are compared with the three-dimensional FDTD method for the case of the problem of small loop excitation by transient current. Source

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