Electromagnetic and heat transfer computations for non-ionizing radiation dosimetry.

@article{Samaras2000ElectromagneticAH,
  title={Electromagnetic and heat transfer computations for non-ionizing radiation dosimetry.},
  author={Theodoros Samaras and P. Regli and Niels Kuster},
  journal={Physics in medicine and biology},
  year={2000},
  volume={45 8},
  pages={2233-46}
}
Reliable information on the heat distribution inside biological tissues is essential for the planning and optimization of experiments which aim to study the effects of non-ionizing radiation (NIR). In electrodynamics, the finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) technique has become the dominant technique for radiofrequency dosimetry. In order to obtain the electromagnetic field and heat distributions within the same simulation run without changing discretization, a heat diffusion solver has been… CONTINUE READING

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