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Papers tagged with : Method of Moments

22
Mar
2017
Co-authors:
David Marote Alvarez, Marc Bergada, Raquel Gonzalez, Peter de Maagt

We report an RF study at 50 GHz of the Ice Cloud Imager, consisting of a parabolic reflector inside a semiclosed sun shield, as obtained with full-wave method of moments (MoM) and the asymptotic...

21
Mar
2017

The monostatic radar cross section (RCS) is an important design parameter for many applications but accurate RCS prediction of an electrically large structure continues to be a challenging task....

24
Oct
2016

We present a method that enables full-wave analysis of electrically large antennas and platforms, e.g., a detailed telecommunication satellite at Ka-band. Owing to the efficient formulation, even...

01
Jul
2016

A Higher-Order Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (HO MLFMM) is presented for the efficient calculation of waveguide scattering parameters in cases where several reflector feeds are mounted on...

10
Apr
2016

We present recent advances in the RF modelling of electrically large antennas and platforms, with an emphasis on reflector antennas and satellite platforms. The Higher-Order Multilevel Fast...

06
Oct
2015
Authors:
Co-authors:
Benedetta Fiorelli

The paper presents a full wave simulation of the spacecraft of JUICE, ESA’s Jupiter Icy moons Explorer mission. Results prove the possibility of simulating the entire spacecraft modelling the...

19
Jul
2015

A higher-Order (HO) quadrilateral mesher is presented along with a HO method of moments formulation for unconnected meshes. A numerical example is presented to validate the new formulation.

12
Apr
2015
Co-authors:
C. Nardini / C. Dreyer

This paper describes the pattern computations of the UHF antennas mounted on the spacecraft of the EXOMARS mission. The analyses are made by the higher-order Method of Moments (MoM) add-on to...

12
Apr
2015
Co-authors:
Oleksiy S. Kim, Sergey Pivnenko, Olav Breinbjerg / Kim Branner, Peter Berring, Christen Malte Markussen, Maurice Paquay

This paper describes the structural solution to meet these extremely strict stability requirements and the structural analyses done in order to verify that they can be met. The paper also...

12
Apr
2015

This paper presents two new modelling algorithms that were recently added to the commercially available GRASP software package for electrically large antenna and scattering problems. In particular...

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