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Generalized Partial-Element Equivalent-Circuit Analysis for Planar Circuits With Slotted Ground Kai Yang and Ke-Li Wu, Senior Member, IEEE Abstract—A generalized partial-element equivalent-circuit (PEEC) method is proposed for modeling a planar circuit with a thin …
Oct 1, 2013 ... Versions of it are core for many circuit simulation programs used in ... (Partial Element Equivalent Circuit) method (Ruehli, A. E.. 1974; Ruehli, A. E. et al ... non- orthogonal PEEC-based solver for EMC applications,. Progress in ... are identified based on the partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) method and modeled with circuit simulation. The estimated effect of the parasitic ... Keywords: switching, parasitic inductance, mutual coupling, EMC. Classification: Electron ...
The partial element equivalent circuit (PEEC) method, a unique bridging method between electromagnetics and circuit theory, is employed and extended to address new challenges in electromagnetic analysis. Firstly, we developed the first derived equivalent circuit model of arbitrary shape graphene sheets.
Abstract – Electromagnetic compatibility is becoming an ... analytic ways, for instance, the Partial Element. Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) method . Based on these models, prediction of EMI level is possible via circuit simulation software  .
Much progress has been made in the use of computational electromagnetics for the analysis of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems during recent years. This paper reviews the improvements in some of the most important techniques of the field: the method of moments, the finite-difference time-domain method, the finite-element method, the transmission-line matrix method, and the partial