Welcome to our site! EDAboard.com is an international Electronics Discussion Forum focused on EDA software, circuits, schematics, books, theory, papers, asic, pld, 8051, DSP, Network, RF, Analog Design, PCB, Service Manuals... and a whole lot more! To participate you need to register. Registration is free. Click here to register now.
You need to define it wherever you're setting your material parameters. Your code probably has some coefficients that take care of that - you need to change the ones that represent the nodes where your cylinder is physically located.
Hi ravi8331
You can use two methods. In first method you can approximate you cylinder boundaries with fine rectangulars and use FDTD equation in Cartesian coordinate. In second method you should explain Max well's equation in cylindrical coordinates.
hello sir
first of all thanks for reply .........
Sir you have any document or any material which provide me some help in this case just for example ....so on th ebasis of that i can make program for that......
Check out the example programs in Sullivan's book Electromagnetic Simulation Using the FDTD Method. There's an example using a 2D circle and a 3D sphere - you can extend that out pretty easily to a cylinder example. He also talks a little about a basic averaging method for handling the edges. The FDTD method has some problems with round edges, and there are various methods to handle that.
Depending on your excitation you might want to check BOR-FDTD as well
(see e.g. Taflove, BOR=bodies of revolution)
If it fits, you can reduce simulation time considerably.
here i am using 50 ohm coaxial probe for feeding the antenna ...........
so for designing that probe i want to define cylindrical object in 3D FDTD...
so help me .............
the description of the feed cylinder with the classical FDTD ( staircase ) can make errors, your 50 ohms will be never respected. Try to using small FDTD cells in edges. you can also using CFDTD ( see Mittra and Yu).
ravi if my program are rigth plz send me a visible men head model i asked you this in this topic
the program in Matlab you can to conver it in C++ if you use it
the speace for simulation are borned by : ia,ib;ja,jb;ka,kb (sulivan notation) dont forget PML
ic,jc,kc are the center cylinder
end
end
end
h=40;
radius= 10;
for i=ia:1:ib
for j=ja:1:jb
for k=ka:1:kb
xdist=(ic-i);
ydist=(jc-j);
kdist=abs(kc-k);
dist=sqrt(xdist^2+ydist^2);
if (dist<=radius)&&(kdist<=h/2)
ga(i,j,k)=1/(epsilon+(sigma*dt/epsi0));
gb(i,j,k)=sigma*dt/epsi0;
end
end
end
end
i test it its work
it is not necessery simulate coaxial. you simulate juste your antenna and you fixe the E filed or D filed directly in the cell wher the coaxial connected that is wat the people do
this document will help you
bat remenber to send me the visible man head please
email : tassoki@yahoo.fr
or post it in this topic plz
you use matlab or c++ or other
if you have any difficulte to convert the program on c++ i will help you
excuse my english i dont speak it
hello
i have done SAR Analysis in three layer Bio-media in CST and HFSS simulation software . if you wanty these program then i will give you .for head i used the structure given in varous research papers just by using dielectric properties and size of the human head...if u desired this then i will post it..............
ok.............
This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.