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Article: A fast multipole-method-based calculation of the capacitance matrix for multiple conductors above stratified dielectric media

TitleA fast multipole-method-based calculation of the capacitance matrix for multiple conductors above stratified dielectric media
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Issue Date2001
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Ieee Transactions On Microwave Theory And Techniques, 2001, v. 49 n. 3, p. 480-490 How to Cite?
AbstractAn efficient static fast-multipole-method (FMM)-based algorithm is presented in this paper for the evaluation of the parasitic capacitance of three-dimensional microstrip signal lines above stratified dielectric media. The effect of dielectric interfaces on the capacitance matrix is included in the stage of FMM when outgoing multipole expansions are used to form local multipole expansions by the use of interpolated image outgoing-to-local multipole translation functions. The increase in computation time and memory usage, compared to the free-space case, is, therefore, small. The algorithm retains O(N) computational and memory complexity of the free-space FMM, where N is the number of conductor patches.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/182647
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2015 SCImago Journal Rankings: 1.346
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dc.description.abstractAn efficient static fast-multipole-method (FMM)-based algorithm is presented in this paper for the evaluation of the parasitic capacitance of three-dimensional microstrip signal lines above stratified dielectric media. The effect of dielectric interfaces on the capacitance matrix is included in the stage of FMM when outgoing multipole expansions are used to form local multipole expansions by the use of interpolated image outgoing-to-local multipole translation functions. The increase in computation time and memory usage, compared to the free-space case, is, therefore, small. The algorithm retains O(N) computational and memory complexity of the free-space FMM, where N is the number of conductor patches.en_US
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dc.titleA fast multipole-method-based calculation of the capacitance matrix for multiple conductors above stratified dielectric mediaen_US
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