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Nonlinear time-domain electromagnetics

Sjöberg, Daniel LU (2002) In Review of Radio Science, 1999-2002 p.127-143
Abstract
Several physical phenomena cannot be described with a linear model. We present a couple of such phenomena related to electromagnetics, and give several examples of how they can be modeled mathematically. The emphasis is on different representations of the constitutive

functional and the analysis of its combination with the time-domain Maxwell equations.
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Review of Radio Science, 1999-2002
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W. R., Stone
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127 - 143
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IEEE--Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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978-0-471-26866-6
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English
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