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Simulation of Electromagnetic Field Exposure in Resonant Environments

 

           

A four-year collaborative research project supported by the UK DTI under the

Technology Programme priority “Design, Simulation and Modelling” 

(DTI reference: TP/3/DSM/6/I/15266)

This project addresses the development and experimental validation of large-scale simulation techniques for characterising electromagnetic fields due to radio transmissions in resonant environments, and hence assessing their safety. Although the project focuses on automotive and aerospace case studies for demonstration purposes, the results are expected to be relevant to similar applications (eg. rail, marine, buildings) and may also be of interest for related activities (eg. numerical modelling for electromagnetic compatibility and antenna engineering studies).

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