The Method of Auxiliary Sources as an Efficient Numerical Technique for Large 3D Semi Open Structures

R. S. Zaridze
D. G. Kakulia
K. N. Tavzarashvili
David Pommerenke, Missouri University of Science and Technology
G. N. Ghvedashvili
Kai Xiao

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The method of auxiliary sources (MAS) has been demonstrated as suitable for solution of diffraction and inverse problems in complex 2D large objects. Based on MAS numerical study of 3D RCS, EMC/EMI and SAR problems, related to the EM field resonance enhancement inside vehicles and the interaction of the cellular telephone radiation with the user''s head are given in other work. The objective of this paper is to present details of MAS application to the wide 3D electrodynamic problems. The area of its efficient application, some features and advantages to achieving efficient solutions, are discussed. The extension of the MAS for semi-open structures with partitions is also presented.