MFIEMagnetic Field Integral Equation
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Rahmat-Samii, "The evaluation of MFIE integrals with the use of vector triangle basis functions," Microwave Opt.
1 is excited by magnetic line currents, we use an SIE based on the MFIE and a magnetic effective current.
Similarly, for target domain [[OMEGA].sub.T], we define four linear operators, where [T.sub.TE](r, J) and [F.sub.TE](r, J) are relevant to EFIE, while [T.sub.TM](r, J) and [F.sub.TM](r, J) are relevant to MFIE. These operators are expressed as
By using the addition theorem of Green's function, formula (1) can be rewritten in the form named as "aggregation-translation-disaggregation" for EFIE and MFIE:
Michielssen, "Accurate and conforming mixed discretization of the MFIE," IEEE Antennas Wirel.
In this paper, the multilevel TD-FDM is proposed to solve the MFIE for the electromagnetic scattering from the PEC targets.
For the SIE on the surface S, there are different formulations based on the EFIE (16) and the MFIE (17).
For closed targets, the Magnetic Field Integral Equation (MFIE) can be used, which reads
Sarkar, "Time-domain EFIE, MFIE, and CFIE formulations using laguerre polynomials as temporal basis functions for the analysis of transient scattering from arbitrary shaped conducting structures," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol.
The IPO method calculates the unknown currents using the magnetic field integral equation (MFIE).