3D to 2D surface mesh parameterisation for the purposes of unstructured transmission line modelling method simulations
Nasser, Hayan (2016) 3D to 2D surface mesh parameterisation for the purposes of unstructured transmission line modelling method simulations. PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.
Small scale fabrication processes have led to the advent of very thin flexible devices such as RFID tags, flexible PCBs and smart clothing. In a geometrical sense, these present themselves as curved two dimensional surfaces embedded in a three dimensional domain. When simulating electromagnetic behaviour on these surfaces at low frequencies, a full 3D field model is not always necessary. Using 3D algorithms to solve these problems can result in a large portion of the computer memory and runtime being used to mesh and simulate areas of the domain that present little electromagnetic activity.
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