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My Ph D Dissertation was based on the Method of Moments.  It broke the body to be modeled in to various patches:  wires (cylinders with beveled ends), rings (like metal washers), triangles, and tetrahedra with additional elements to join wires to plates.  To produce the meshes, I also wrote several general mesh generators.  My dissertation resides in Arizona State University's library and should be obtainable through Inter-library loan.  The code is very much alive and useful, and it has been greatly expanded, changed, and modified since my graduation.

 

Here are most of the figures and files from my dissertation, all in one place:

Excel -- Various Plots of Dipole Characteristics

Excel -- Current on a Loop of Wire

Excel -- Current on a Square Archimedian Spiral

Excel -- RCS of a Dielectric Sphere

 

 

 

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