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Computational Electromagnetics: the Past, the Present and the Future

Sykulski, J.K. (2005) Computational Electromagnetics: the Past, the Present and the Future At JSAEM Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, New Zealand. 22 - 23 Jan 2004. , pp. 1-8.

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The paper provides an overview of the state of the art in Computational Electromagnetics (CEM). Examples are given with a focus on applications related to electrical engineering. Design and optimisation, as well as development of new materials, are emphasised as of paramount importance in the real engineering world. Modern computational methods based on finite elements and related techniques have now become a mature design tool, but the complexity of the underlying mathematics and physics often hampers widespread use of these efficient techniques. Recent advances in general purpose software are encouraging but much remains to be done in improving the standards of education to remove the mist of mystery surrounding the subject.

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Published date: 2005
Additional Information: Invited keynote address Event Dates: 22-23 January 2004
Venue - Dates: JSAEM Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, New Zealand, 2004-01-22 - 2004-01-23
Organisations: EEE


Local EPrints ID: 261288
ISBN: 0-473-10320-6
PURE UUID: c4a5acda-3d64-4a19-9fd0-ee5cecde3fdd
ORCID for J.K. Sykulski: ORCID iD

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Date deposited: 03 Oct 2005
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:03

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