Artificial Material Single Layer to Model the Field Penetration Through Thin Shields in Finite-Elements Analysis

@article{Feliziani2018ArtificialMS,
  title={Artificial Material Single Layer to Model the Field Penetration Through Thin Shields in Finite-Elements Analysis},
  author={Mauro Feliziani and Silvano Cruciani and Tommaso Campi and Francesca Maradei},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques},
  year={2018},
  volume={66},
  pages={56-63}
}
A new artificial material single layer (AMSL) model is presented to solve shielding problem. The field penetration through the conductive shield is described by lossy transmission line equations. The resulting equations are used to numerically synthetize an equivalent material for the shield region having the same geometrical configuration of the original shield, but different specific constants. The AMSL method is very accurate and highly efficient since it allows to discretizing the shield… CONTINUE READING

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