Book Description
Bridges the gap between electromagnetics and circuits by addressing electrometric modeling (EM) using the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) method
This book provides intuitive solutions to electromagnetic problems by using the Partial Element Equivalent Circuit (PEEC) method. This book begins with an introduction to circuit analysis techniques, laws, and frequency and time domain analyses. The authors also treat Maxwell's equations, capacitance computations, and inductance computations through the lens of the PEEC method. Next, readers learn to build PEEC models in various forms: equivalent circuit models, nonorthogonal PEEC models, skineffect models, PEEC models for dielectrics, incident and radiate field models, and scattering PEEC models. The book concludes by considering issues like stability and passivity, and includes five appendices some with formulas for partial elements.
 Leads readers to the solution of a multitude of practical problems in the areas of signal and power integrity and electromagnetic interference
 Contains fundamentals, applications, and examples of the PEEC method
 Includes detailed mathematical derivations
Circuit Oriented Electromagnetic Modeling Using the PEEC Techniques is a reference for students, researchers, and developers who work on the physical layer modeling of IC interconnects and Packaging, PCBs, and high speed links.
Table of Contents
 Title Page
 Copyright
 Dedication
 Preface
 Acknowledgments
 Acronyms
 Chapter 1: Introduction

Chapter 2: Circuit Analysis for PEEC Methods
 2.1 Circuit Analysis Techniques
 2.2 Overall Electromagnetic and Circuit Solver Structure
 2.3 Circuit Laws
 2.4 Frequency and Time Domain Analyses
 2.5 Frequency Domain Analysis Formulation
 2.6 Time Domain Analysis Formulations
 2.7 General Modified Nodal Analysis (MNA)
 2.8 Including Frequency Dependent Models in Time Domain Solution
 2.9 Including Frequency Domain Models in Circuit Solution
 2.10 Recursive Convolution Solution
 2.11 Circuit Models with Delays or Retardation
 References
 Chapter 3: Maxwell's Equations
 Chapter 4: Capacitance Computations

Chapter 5: Inductance Computations
 5.1 Loop Inductance Computations
 5.2 Inductance Computation Using a Solution or a Circuit Solver
 5.3 Flux Loops for Partial Inductance
 5.4 Inductances of Incomplete Structures
 5.5 Computation of Partial Inductances
 5.6 General Inductance Computations Using Partial Inductances and Open Loop Inductance
 5.7 Difference Cell Pair Inductance Models
 5.8 Partial Inductances with Frequency Domain Retardation
 References
 Chapter 6: Building PEEC Models
 Chapter 7: Nonorthogonal PEEC Models

Chapter 8: Geometrical Description and Meshing
 8.1 General Aspects of PEEC Model Meshing Requirements
 8.2 Outline of Some Meshing Techniques Available Today
 8.3 SPICE Type Geometry Description
 8.4 Detailed Properties of Meshing Algorithms
 8.5 Automatic Generation of Geometrical Objects
 8.6 Meshing of Some Three Dimensional Predetermined Shapes
 8.7 Approximations with Simplified Meshes
 8.8 Mesh Generation Codes
 References
 Chapter 9: Skin Effect Modeling
 Chapter 10: PEEC Models for Dielectrics
 Chapter 11: PEEC Models for Magnetic Material
 Chapter 12: Incident and Radiated Field Models

Chapter 13: Stability and Passivity of PEEC Models
 13.1 Fundamental Stability and Passivity Concepts
 13.2 Analysis of Properties of PEEC Circuits
 13.3 Observability and Controllability of PEEC Circuits
 13.4 Passivity Assessment of Solution
 13.5 Solver Based Stability and Passivity Enhancement Techniques
 13.6 Time Domain Solver Issues for Stability and Passivity
 13.7 Acknowledgment
 References
 Appendix A: Table Of Units
 Appendix B: Modified Nodal Analysis Stamps
 Appendix C: Computation of Partial Inductances
 Appendix D: Computation of Partial Coefficients of Potential
 Appendix E: Auxiliary Techniques for Partial Element Computations
 Index
 End User License Agreement
Product Information
 Title: Circuit Oriented Electromagnetic Modeling Using the PEEC Techniques
 Author(s):
 Release date: July 2017
 Publisher(s): WileyIEEE Press
 ISBN: 9781118436646