Dragan Poljak's research while affiliated with University of Split and other places

Publications (12)

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Thin Wires in Free SpaceThin Wires Above a Lossy Half-SpaceReferences
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Thin Wires in Free SpaceThin Wires in a Presence of a Two-Media ConfigurationReferences
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IntroductionFormulation of the Quasistatic ProblemIntegral Equation Representation of the Helmholtz EquationComputational ExampleReferences
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The Electromagnetic Wave EquationsComplex Phasor Form of the Wave EquationsTwo-Dimensional Scattering from a Perfectly Conducting Cylinder of Arbitrary Cross-SectionSolution by the Indirect Boundary Element Method Numerical ExampleReferences
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Transmission Line Theory Method Antenna Models of the Transmission LinesReferences
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Frequency Domain Thin Wire Integral EquationsTime Domain Thin Wire Integral EquationsModeling in the Frequency and Time Domain: Computational AspectsReferences
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Historical Note on Modeling in ElectromagneticsElectromagnetic Compatibility and Electromagnetic InterferenceReferences
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Frequency Domain Analysis: Derivation of Generalized Telegrapher's EquationsFrequency Domain Computational ResultsTime Domain AnalysisTime Domain Computational ExamplesReferences
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Electrostatic FieldsMagnetostatic FieldsModeling of Static Field ProblemsReferences
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Differential Form of Maxwell EquationsIntegral Form of Maxwell EquationsMaxwell Equations for Moving MediaThe Continuity EquationOhm's LawConservation Law in the Electromagnetic FieldThe Electromagnetic Wave EquationsBoundary Relationships for Discontinuities in Material PropertiesThe Electromagnetic PotentialsBoundary Relationships for Potential F...
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Analytical Versus Numerical MethodsOverview of Numerical Methods: Domain, Boundary, and Source SimulationThe Finite Difference MethodThe Finite Element MethodThe Boundary Element Method References
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