University of Khartoum

Computer Simulation of Human Electromagnetic Waves Interaction

Computer Simulation of Human Electromagnetic Waves Interaction

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Title: Computer Simulation of Human Electromagnetic Waves Interaction
Author: Hussein, Mohammed Abdallah
Abstract: This thesis is entitled Computer Simulation of Human Electromagnetic Waves Interaction. The objective of this thesis is to quantify Electromagnetic Waves biological effects when the user of hand-held mobile phone is exposed to the radio-frequency fields radiated from the phone. The quantity expressing the amount of radiated power absorbed in a specific material is the goal of our concern, but to calculate it we should use simulation techniques. Maxwell’s coupled differential equations are approximated as coupled finite difference equations by using Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) technique. The finite-difference equations are solved for the future fields in terms of known past fields. The coupled equations are then alternately solved to advance the fields in the time-domain. A simulation is obtained by marching the fields forward in time. MATLAB is used because of its better characteristics over other programming languages. The simulation was applied first in free space and then some samples were taken from human tissues. The obtained results show the calculated electromagnetic parameters taken from an imaginary cubic cell.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/handle/123456789/18516
Date: 2005-07


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