- Galerkin’s and Ritz methods
- One– and two–dimensional theory and applications
- Three–dimensional development of the method using edge elements and applications
- Mesh truncation schemes
- Matlab sample codes
- Efficient implementation of the finite element method, sparse matrix storage schemes, popular iterative solvers, eigenvalue solutions
- Experiences on code porting to parallel computers
Shape Functions for Scalar and Vector Finite Elements.
Overview of the Finite Element Method: One–Dimensional Examples.
Three–Dimensional Problems: Closed Domain.
Three–Dimensional Problems: Radiation and Scattering.
Three–Dimensional FE–BI Method.
Fast Integral Methods (S. Bindiganavale and J.L. Volakis).
About the Authors.
Arindam Chaterjee has developed three–dimensional computer simulation of electromagnetic fields for scattering and microwave circuits, and is currently a member of the finite element development group for the HFSS finite element commercial package at Hewlett–Packard.
Leo C. Kempel developed three–dimensional antenna simulation packages using the finite element–boundary integral method and has extensive experience with all popular numerical techniques in electromagnetics. He is currently at Mission Research Corporation, Florida, conducting research and development on all aspects of electromagnetics.