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The aim of this proposal is to demonstrate the ability of tridimensional (3-D) electromagnetic modeling tool for the characterization of composite materials in microwave frequency band range. Indeed, an automated procedure is proposed to generate random materials, proceed to 3-D simulations, and compute shielding effectiveness (SE) statistics with finite integration technique. In this context, 3-D electromagnetic models rely on random locations of conductive inclusions; results are compared with classical electromagnetic mixing theory (EMT) approaches (e.g. Maxwell-Garnett formalism), and dynamic homogenization model (DHM). The article aims to demonstrate the interest of the proposed approach in various domains such as propagation and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC).
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LALLÉCHÈRE, S.. Optimized 3-D electromagnetic models of composite materials in microwave frequency range: application to EMC characterization of complex media by statistical means. Advanced Electromagnetics, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 2, p. 46-52, may 2017. ISSN 2119-0275. Available at: <http://aemjournal.org/index.php/AEM/article/view/447>. Date accessed: 24 oct. 2017. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7716/aem.v6i2.447.
Electromagnetic compatibility; Computational electromagnetics; Materials
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