Tomi Huttunen

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We investigate the ultra weak variational formulation for simulating time-harmonic Maxwell problems. This study has two main goals. First, we introduce a novel derivation of the UWVF method which shows that the UWVF is an unusual version of the standard upwind discontinuous Galerkin (DG) method with a special choice of basis functions. Second, we discuss(More)
In this paper we investigate the feasibility of using the ultra weak variational formulation (UWVF) to solve the time-harmonic 3D elastic wave propagation problem. The UWVF is a non-polynomial volume based method that uses plane waves as basis functions which reduces the computational burden. More general, the UWVF is a special form of the discontinuous(More)
In this paper we extend the standard Ultra Weak Variational Formulation (UWVF) of Maxwell's equations in an isotropic medium to the case of an anisotropic medium. We verify that the underlying theoretical framework carries over to anisotropic media (however error estimates are not yet available) and completely describe the new scheme. We then consider TM(More)
One of the problems in ultrasound surgery is the long treatment times when large tumour volumes are sonicated. Large tumours are usually treated by scanning the tumour volume using a sequence of individual focus points. During the scanning, it is possible that surrounding healthy tissue suffers from undesired temperature rise. The selection of the scanning(More)
A full-wave Helmholtz model of continuous-wave (CW) ultrasound fields may offer several attractive features over widely used partial-wave approximations. For example, many full-wave techniques can be easily adjusted for complex geometries, and multiple reflections of sound are automatically taken into account in the model. To date, however, the full-wave(More)
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