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Numerical electromagnetics code (NEC) - method of moments

G. J. Burke

Numerical electromagnetics code (NEC) - method of moments

a user-oriented computer code for analysis of the electromagnetic response of antennas and other metal structures

by G. J. Burke

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Published by National Technical Information Service in Springfield, Va .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementG.J. Burke and A.J. Poggio. Vol.1.
SeriesAD-A075 289, NOSC Technical Document -- 116
ContributionsPoggio, A. J., National Technical Information Service., Naval Ocean Systems Center.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13978885M

Abstract: The development and the application of the Numerical Electromagnetic Code (NEC) - Method of Moments are described. NEC is based on a previous method of moments code for thin wires, the Antenna Modeling Program (AMP), and yields improved estimates of the performance of antennas mounted on shore stations, ships, aircraft, and spacecraft. Wire Antenna Modelling with NEC-2 1 Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC) The software Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC-2) has been developed in the s in the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory in Livermore, California. It is based on a nu-merical solution of electromagnetic field integrals for thin, perfectly conducting wire seg-File Size: 69KB.

1. Introduction. Electromagnetic scattering by particles is a field of active research with high relevance for such diverse fields as atmospheric science, oceanography, astronomy, and engineering sciences, with specific applications in remote sensing, meteorology, ocean optics, climate research, scattering by interplanetary dust grains, bio-optical imaging, antenna theory, particle sizing Cited by: The Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC-1) is a computer code for analyzing the electromagnetic response of an arbitrary structure consisting of wires and surfaces in free space or over a ground plane. The analysis is accomplished by the numerical solution of integral equations for induced currents.

Abstract: The Numerical Electromagnetic Code (NEC-2) is applied to the electromagnetic analysis of tall structures hit by lightning. The advantage of the analysis using NEC-2 is that it can accurately compute the current distribution along a conductor system by the method of by: Developing and using numerical methods in a powerful tool for students to learn the principles of intermediate and advanced electromagnetics. This book fills the missing space of current textbooks that either lack depth on key topics (particularly integral equations and the method of moments) and where the treatment is not accessible to Author: Karl F. Warnick.


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The authors apologize that space limitations do not allow us to provide a list of references or to acknowledge the numerous contributors to the code both of which can be found in the code documents. The Numerical Electromagnetics Code, NEC as it is commonly known, continues to be one of the more widely used antenna modeling codes in by: The Numerical Electromagnetics Code (NEC-2) is a computer code for analyzing the electromagnetic response of an arbitrary structure consisting of wires and surfaces in free space or over a ground plane.

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