Development of CEM in Relation to Subsurface Electromagnetic Scattering

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Computational Electromagnetic (CEM) techniques have become an indispensable tool in efficient EM modeling, analysis and design process. EM subsurface scattering is a broad field of research with varying degree of complexity. Due level of the obscurity involved in the subsurface scattering investigation, it is therefore considered imperative to explore this problem area of EM for better insight through CEM-based study and models. In this paper, frequency domain CEM techniques are studied which have been tested to provide solution for subsurface scattering problems in terrestrial environments. The development of CEM methods for comparatively more complex problems of scattering from embedded non-metallic inhomogeneity in lossy, rough and layered media remains the focus of this article. The objective here is to provide an overview of CEM development by selecting few examples from the wide area of subsurface EM scattering.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 588-589)

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Lawrence Lim

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2166-2170

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A. Amna et al., "Development of CEM in Relation to Subsurface Electromagnetic Scattering", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 588-589, pp. 2166-2170, 2012

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November 2012

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