ALTERNATIVE SUB-DOMAIN MOMENT METHODS FOR ANALYZING THIN-WIRE CIRCULAR LOOPS

@inproceedings{Papakanellos2007ALTERNATIVESM,
  title={ALTERNATIVE SUB-DOMAIN MOMENT METHODS FOR ANALYZING THIN-WIRE CIRCULAR LOOPS},
  author={Panagiotis J. Papakanellos},
  year={2007}
}
An alternative sub-domain formulation is presented, in two variants, for the analysis of thin-wire circular loops via moment methods. Curved piecewise sinusoids are used as basis functions, while both point matching and reaction matching (Galerkin’s method) are examined as testing schemes. The present study is primarily focused on frill-driven loops, but some of the essential similarities and differences between them and gap-driven ones are also discussed in brief. Numerical results are… CONTINUE READING

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