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EMT, IEE-EMT 2022-06-23
Tokyo The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan Extension of Dirac equation by the charge creation-annihilation field and simulation for formation process of atomic orbitals by FDTD method
Hideki Mutoh (Link Research) EMT2022-1
We have reported that Maxwell's equations should be extended by using the charge creation-annihilation field to treat th... [more] EMT2022-1
EMT, IEE-EMT 2021-05-21
Online Online Unification of Electromagnetic and Dirac Fields by The Charge Creation-Annihilation field and 3D Simulations for Dirac Field by FDTD Method
Hideki Mutoh (Link Research) EMT2021-1
It has been reported that Maxwell's equations should be extended by using the charge creation-annihilation field to trea... [more] EMT2021-1
EMT, IEE-EMT 2017-11-09
Yamagata Tendo Hotel (Tendo, Yamagata) Diamond operator and electromagnetic field propagation analysis in parallel plate capacitors by extended Maxwell's equations with charge creation-annihilation field
Hideki Mutoh (Link Research) EMT2017-44
Many researchers are recognizing that the extension of Maxwell's equations with charge creation-annihilation field is ne... [more] EMT2017-44
EMT, IEE-EMT 2016-06-03
Tokyo Tokyo branch, Tohoku University Uniqueness and Universality of Extension of Maxwell's Equations for Charge Creation-Annihilation
Hideki Mutoh (Link Research) EMT2016-1
The necessity of the extension of Maxwell's equations to treat charge creation-annihilation in semiconductor devices is ... [more] EMT2016-1
EMT, IEE-EMT 2015-06-12
Tokyo meeting room (1-5) of IEEJ A New Relativistic Electromagnetism -- Discovery of Invariant F0 for Electromagnetic Field and Hapi-Energy --
Hideomi Takahashi (Kidokoro Labo.) EMT2015-2
The paper proposes a new relativistic electromagnetism. The author finds an invariant F0 for electromagnetic field, and ... [more] EMT2015-2
EMT, IEE-EMT 2015-06-12
Tokyo meeting room (1-5) of IEEJ Extension of Maxwell's Equations for Charge Creation and Annihilation
Hideki Mutoh (Link Research) EMT2015-3
Extension of Maxwell's equations is proposed to realize charge creation and annihilation. The proposed equations include... [more] EMT2015-3
EMCJ 2010-07-15
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Time Domain Analysis of Single Conductor Line Using Propagating Line Current
Yoshinobu Wada, Takashi Hisakado, Osami Wada (Kyotu Univ.) EMCJ2010-31
Today some well-known methods are used to analyze integrated electric circuits, such as the lamped element model, the di... [more] EMCJ2010-31
OPE, EMT, MW 2009-07-30
Hokkaido Asahikawa Civic Culture Hall Numerical Solution of Two-dimensional Waveguides by FETD Method
Kengo Taira (Ryukyu univ.), Seiji Fujino (Kyusyu Univ.) MW2009-53 OPE2009-53
Numerical analyses of Electromagnetic wave propagation in wave guides are carried out by FETD method. This method uses G... [more] MW2009-53 OPE2009-53
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