EFIEElectric Field Integral Equation
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Moreover, the inner-outer iteration scheme can be also applied when facing ill-conditioned matrix systems such as EFIE for radiation analysis.
The EFIE formulation for an arbitrarily shaped PEC surface S can be written as
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Mautz, "On the non-uniqueness of the surface EFIE applied to multiple conducting and/or dielectric bodies," Arch.
The closed part is formulated by combined field integral equation (CFIE) [15], and the open part is formulated by EFIE. According to the MoM procedure [10], there will be two sub-matrix equations.
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The hybrid MM/FE/MoM/FD technique includes rigorous electric field integral equation (EFIE) and combined source integral equation (CSIE) algorithms for accurate horn calculations, involving the outer horn contour (with aperture chokes, for example) for precise cross-polarization predictions.
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In the conventional MoM, the electromagnetic scattering problem with PEC in a free space is dealt with the electric field integral equation (EFIE), and surface current is expressed by the Rao-Wilton-Glisson (RWG) basis function.
In each region the electric field integral equation (EFIE) and the magnetic field integral equation (MFIE) can be formulated in two alternative ways, depending on the method applied to project the fields onto the surfaces: Namely, the tangential (T) and the twisted or normal (N) EFIE and MFIE.