Mario Cvetkovic

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GOAL The aim of this paper is to provide a rigorous model and, hence, a more accurate description of the transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) induced fields and currents, respectively, by taking into account the inductive and capacitive effects, as well as the propagation effects, often being neglected when using quasi-static approximation. METHODS The(More)
The homogeneous human brain dosimetry model based on the electric field integral equation (EFIE) is presented. The mathematical model is derived using the equivalence theorem and the boundary conditions for the electric field. Numerical solution of the EFIE has been carried out using the method of moments. Numerical results for the calculated equivalent(More)
The paper deals with the effects of electromagnetic (EM) wave polarization on the induced specific absorption rate (SAR) and the related temperature rise in the homogeneous human brain model. The EM dosimetry model is based on the surface integral equation (SIE) formulation, while the thermal model of the brain is based on related Pennes' heat equation for(More)
The paper reviews the use of deterministic-stochastic models some areas of computational electromagnetics where there is an uncertainty in the input data set, i.e. where some properties of a system are partly or entirely unknown. In such problems a simple stochastic collocation (SC) method is used to properly assess relevant statistics about given(More)
The paper reviews certain integral equation formulations and related numerical solution methods used in studies of biomedical applications of electromagnetic fields related to transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and nerve fiber stimulation. TMS is modeled via the set of coupled surface integral equations (SIEs), while the numerical solution of governing(More)
The paper deals with two models of Tesla's propagation concept of wireless transmission of energy. A transmission line (TL) approximation and antenna model approaches are both implemented to analyze the Tesla's propagation concept. The Tesla's propagation path through the ground has been represented by an equivalent conductor excited at one end by the(More)
There has been a continuous interest in the analysis of ground-penetrating radar systems and related applications in civil engineering [1]. Consequently, a deeper insight of scattering phenomena occurring in a lossy half-space, as well as the development of sophisticated numerical methods based on Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method, Finite Element(More)
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