A method for the numerical solution of threedimensional problems of electrodynamics
Abstract
The present investigation is concerned with a method for obtaining approximate solutions in the case of threedimensional problems of electrostatics, magnetostatics, and electrodynamics. One class of problems involves the existence of an electrostatic field in a space which contains a number of ideal conductors with given potentials. In another type of problems, a magnetostatic field is present in a space which is partly filled with a magnetic substance. In the third case, a field involving electromagnetic oscillations is considered in a space which is partly filled with ideal conductors. One application of the third class of problems is related to the theory of the diffraction of electromagnetic waves. The solution of the given problems involves a consideration of singular integral equations. The employed algorithm is based on the reduction of the integral equations to a system of linear algebraic equations.
 Publication:

Radioehlektronika
 Pub Date:
 June 1983
 Bibcode:
 1983Radel..26...32S
 Keywords:

 Electrodynamics;
 Electrostatics;
 Magnetostatics;
 Microwave Equipment;
 Algebra;
 Algorithms;
 Computer Techniques;
 Linear Equations;
 Singular Integral Equations;
 Three Dimensional Motion;
 Electronics and Electrical Engineering