## Application of Massively Parallel Architecture to Computational Electromagnetics (1994)

### BibTeX

@MISC{Harrington94applicationof,

author = {Roger F. Harrington and Xianneng Shen and Xianneng Shen and Xianneng Shen},

title = {Application of Massively Parallel Architecture to Computational Electromagnetics},

year = {1994}

}

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### Abstract

of Dissertation In this thesis, we discuss the development and implementation of computational electromagnetics simulations on massively parallel processing systems. The possibility of predicting radar cross section (RCS) for a full scale aircraft is discussed and demonstrated by combining the most advanced computational electromagnetics techniques and massively parallel processing technologies. Wilkes' and Cha's exact surface model and their basis function are used to develop numerical solutions for electromagnetic scattering problems involving arbitrarily shaped conducting bodies with and without lossy dielectric coatings. The ParaMoM code---one of the most sophisticated and complicated software packages for electromagnetic scattering developed by Cha's group at Syracuse Research Corporation---is extended to treat arbitrarily shaped conducting bodies with lossy dielectric coatings. The parallel algorithms development of ParaMoM is discussed. The parallel ParaMoM, called ParaMoM-MPP, ...