Late time instability is a key issue for obtaining time domain solutions using Computational Electromagnetic (CEM) full-wave techniques. However, impulse inputs lead to a convenient way to cascade time domain solutions for many problems. In this paper we show that stable impulse response solutions can be obtained for full-wave PEEC (Partial Element Equivalent Circuit) models which include retarded partial elements. The conventional time stepping technique is replaced by using the so called NILT (Numerical Inverse Laplace Transform) technique. We show that the late time unstable poles in the EM formulation are not excited by the NILT based solution.

Impulse Response for Full Wave PEEC Models avoiding late time instability

Ruehli A. E.;Lombardi L.;Antonini G.
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2019

Abstract

Late time instability is a key issue for obtaining time domain solutions using Computational Electromagnetic (CEM) full-wave techniques. However, impulse inputs lead to a convenient way to cascade time domain solutions for many problems. In this paper we show that stable impulse response solutions can be obtained for full-wave PEEC (Partial Element Equivalent Circuit) models which include retarded partial elements. The conventional time stepping technique is replaced by using the so called NILT (Numerical Inverse Laplace Transform) technique. We show that the late time unstable poles in the EM formulation are not excited by the NILT based solution.
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