This article describes a three-dimensional, finite-difference solution and program for self-consistent treatment of Maxwell's equations in air in the presence of an ionizing radiation pulse. The solution is based on polar coordinates, and gives the surface current density on a conducting body. Ionizing radiation generates primary Compton electrons, which in… (More)

@article{Holland1976SelfConsistentAE,
title={Self-Consistent Atmospheric EMP Coupling in Three Dimensions},
author={Richard C. G. Holland and Jonathan R Hill},
journal={IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science},
year={1976},
volume={23},
pages={1283-1293}
}