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Stability of full-wave PEEC models: reason for instabilities and approach for correction
The partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) method is a widespread numerical method for creating full-wave models of interconnection structures in the frequency and time domains for use in modelingExpand
Stable and Effective Full-Wave PEEC Models by Full-Spectrum Convolution Macromodeling
A novel technique for time domain partial element equivalent circuits (PEECs) modeling is presented. The PEEC method is a well-known numerical method for creating full-wave models of interconnectionExpand
Fast computation of radiated power distribution in coupled wire systems by the PEEC method
This paper presents a new fast method that allows calculation of the radiated and incident power in arbitrary wire systems consisting electromagnetically coupled parts in the frequency domain. TheExpand
PEEC Formulation Based on Dyadic Green's Functions for Layered Media in the Time and Frequency Domains
This paper presents a novel time- and frequency-domain concept of modeling with the partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) method, which applies the mixed potential integral equation (MPIE) withExpand
Alternative PEEC Modeling with Partial Reluctances and Capacitances for Power Electronics Applications
Today power electronic design has to account for the interconnection structure. The method of partial elements (PEEC) is a suitable tool to describe arbitrary 3D interconnections. In engineeringExpand
Peec-Models Based on Dyadic Green's Functions for Structures in Layered Media
A novel concept of modeling with the PEEC method based on Dyadic Green's functions of layered media in time and frequency domain is presented, which represents an exact full-wave semi-analytical solution for an arbitrary configuration of traces and via holes in multilayered PCBs. Expand
PEEC Modeling for EMC-relevant Simulations of Power Electronics
This paper deals with the modeling of arbitrary oriented interconnection structures with the method of partial elements regarding EMC simulations of power electronics. 1D and 2D PEEC models wereExpand
Stable time domain PEEC solution for pulse interconnection structures
Time domain methods for transient analysis of pulse excited interconnection structures are of big interest. Since frequency domain methods with IFT in a frequency range given by UWB pulses need muchExpand
Modeling of common mode interferences produced by a switched mode power supply
This work deals with the examination of the influence of interconnections on fast transients in power electronic circuits and the creation of a simulation tool for modeling power systems with takingExpand
Coupling of PEEC models with transmission line models for simulation of wiring structures
In order to reduce the cost for the creation and simulation of partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) models it is beneficial to describe sections, that fulfil the requirements for theExpand