FE-BIFinite Element-Boundary Integral
FE-BIFinite Element - Boundary Integral
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Furthermore, because the electromagnetic field used in the CE approach is more compatible with the field in BI than the Lagrange multipliers used in the LM approach, the CE approach is better than the LM approach to implement RTC for the FE-BI system, especially for nonconformal cases.
Besides special treatments for the unknowns at the FE-BI interface described in Subsection 2.2, another treatment related to the 'corner' unknowns is also required.
Using the standard FEM and MoM to discretize (1) and (3) yields the FE-BI matrix equation of (5), where K and B are the sparse FEM matrices, [P.sub.fk] and [Q.sub.fk] (k = 1, 2,...
Because the preconditioned DDM-FE-BI-MLFMA decomposes the large FEM sparse matrix into several small sparse matrices and solve the inverse of these small matrices directly, it consumes much less memory than the FE-BI MLFMA of [10].