CST – Computer Simulation Technology

Bioelectromagnetic Field Simulations Using High-Resolution Human Anatomy Models with the Finite Integration Technique
Markus Clemens, Stefan Schenke, Florian Sutter, Janine Becker, Christoph Hoeschen, Maria Zankl, Thomas Weiland
Volume: 63, Issue: 7-8, 2009
Bioelectromagnetic Field Simulation, Finite Integration Technique, Voxel Models
In this paper high-resolution body phantoms are used for numerical electromagnetic field dosimetry simulations. Suitable discrete field formulations based on the Finite Integration Technique (FIT) are presented for the simulation of both the low and high frequency field exposure. Numerical field simulations involve a low-frequency magneto-quasistatic field exposure of the baby phantom under a heating blanket and high frequency SAR simulations of a baby close to baby phone as well as a GSM mobile phone in front of a male phantom. The use of dispersive material models for the simulation of pulsed field exposure is described.

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