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NUMERICAL METHODS AND ELECTROMAGNETICS EE 525

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Date Created: 10/23/15
Evaluating the PVI of the MFIE The MFIE governing the induced electric current density on S is expressed as ingtltIjlmcFjFidngtltVgtltfGltF7F jF ds 1 S a where in is the outward unit normal to S at F r lies on 3 which is the closed surface just outside of S and r F dng 2 where 8 is a very small positive real number G is the free space Green s function de ned as 6W 139 Sing GR F JGI F 3 where R V 39 and the integral on the righthandside of 1 requires a principal value integral PVI Next apply the identity V X 3 Wow if F X va i 4 and note that a a R 8 R 1 763 e R I varr39 R la RU 73G 22 igR K R 3K 22 5 where RJF FF 7 F39 GR and G are de ned in 3 and kR sinltkR kR 39 kR 76R COS 7 KW smlt gt3wslt gt7 m g 6 km M then 1 is rewritten as 3 an X F H Z an gtlt fjF39XRKRR jKI 11ml ds39ds 7 7T 3 where we have assumed that in X RImc Fr in X TIME The dif culty lies when R gt 0 At this point 51quot XHS is discontinuous on S hence we can say that 51 X13 is dual valued In the limit that R gt0 K1012 713 and is a regular function On the other hand KRR is hypersingular in that in the limit as R gt 0 KRR a 00 as 1 R3 It is the presence and characteristic of this hypersingularity that leads to the dual value of 51quot X HS NeXtde ne F7FF ingiFFiF dng dng 8 Thus in the limit that 6 a 0 RI R Thus 7 can be rewritten as an X F i F k3 A V I E117 xii10 xRSKRR 31603 ds 9 lim an gtlt fi xeanlme jKIR ds39 5H0 47F S where the second term on the righthandside is referred to as the a principal value of the integral and the last term is the residual Since K1 is regular and bounded the contribution to the residual from this term is 0 in the limit that 6 a 0 On the other hand KR has a l R3 singularity Furthermore the triple cross product in X is X in is nonzero in the limit R a 0 Hence KR will have a nonzero contribution to the residual in the region near the hypersingularity Away from the singularity KR is smooth and consequently in the limit that 8 gt 0 will be zero Thus to evaluate the residual term we need only to evaluate this integral in the very near vicinity of R a 0 Here we will approximate S to be locally planar and will approximate the integral as that over a at disk of radius Ap centered by the origin at the eld point 7 Small argument approximations for the trigonometric functions are then applied shim M 0kR3 10 coskR 1 0kR2 The residual is then written as k3 AP 2quot A MR 1 Res 6113 ploq loean gtltJr39gtlt an kmg W pd gtdp 11 Next let R 422 62 and assume that jF39 z HF leading to 3 A k e l l Pv1 lim ed XJF39 gtltd pdp 6H0 2 n lt lt n jail kid2 62 k3ltp2 62 ilim gjFgti zi 1 AJZ 2 i quotAp2 2i 12 H02 l k kngAp2 2 J k3 a 1 1 1 a 1 7 7 J 39 0k 3 7511M Finally from 12 and 9 the MFIE is expressed as k3 A a R I I 13 Ean ng r XR K RK 1 ds where F is onSand R l 7 F39l Mor generally we can express the MFIE as A a a 1 a A e a aanmcr JrangtltJL VgtltGRJr39ds39 14 S where the integral representing the principal value is now de ned nonhypersingular and inte grabl e

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