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Parallel unified multipole algorithm for electromagnetics. Provides surface Method of Moments for Electromagnetics, enhanced by using the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method for perfectly electric conducting scatterers (PEC) by Idesbald Van den Bosch.

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FORTRAN program printed in

Joseph R. Mautz, Roger F. Harrington, Electromagnetic scattering from a homogeneous body of revolution, Technical Report TR-77-10, Nov. 1977, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY 13210, USA.

A MS-DOS MoM program for conducting bobies is available on disk in

B. M. Kolunzija, J. S. Ognjanovic, T. K. Sarkar, R. F. Harrington, WIPL Electromagnetic Modeling of Composite Wire and Plate Structures, Software and User´s Manual, Artech House, Boston 1994.

Program that represents a generalisation of the above mentioned code available in

B. M. Kolunzija, J.S. Ognjanovic, T.K. Sarkar, WIPL-D - Electromagnetic Modeling of Composite Metallic and Diellectric Structures, Software and User's Manual, Artech House, Boston 2000.

Volume Integral code listed in

Johnson J.H. Wang, Generalized Moment Methods in Electromagnetics, Wiley, New York, 1991.

A moment method surface integral technique modelling a scatterer or antenna by wires.

NEC2 is available by FTP

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NEC2 compiled with Lahey Fortran is available from Jos Bergervoet

NEC3 is available by FTP

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Demo version.

The Thin Wire Scattering Applet computes scattering by a PEC wire.

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"Parametric Patch Method of Moments" is a MoM program for efficient prediction of RCS. It uses basis functions that conform to parametric surfaces with curvature.

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A FORTRAN program for electromagnetic scattering analysis of 3D objects with penetrable and non-penetrable materials. A combined finite element method and method of moments (FEM/MoM) approach is used to analyse this problem.

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