By Clayton R. Paul

ISBN-10: 047102080X

ISBN-13: 9780471020806

An equipped and concise exposition consolidating all learn within the literature in this subject. information latest tools for fixing multiconductor transmission-line equations to figure out voltage and/or currents triggered on the ends of conductors of the road from indications on different conductors or signs from incident assets. contains a disk of FORTRAN codes enforcing the entire resolution concepts, lots of end-of-chapter difficulties and rankings of computed effects for real strains.

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3,1 Derivation from the Integral Form of Maxwell's Equations Consider a two-conductor transmission line shown in Fig. 5(a). We assume that: 1. The conductors are parallel to each other and the z axis. 2. The conductors are perfect conductors. 3. The conductors have uniform cross sections along the line axis. Because of the first and third properties this is said to be a uniform line. The medium surrounding the conductors may be lossy which is represented by a nonzero conductivity, u, and is homogeneous in u, s, and p.

We have chosen two of the currents, ID, and ID2 to be defined in the same fashion as the TEM mode currents in that they return through the lower conductor. , is the same in magnitude and direction of all three conductors. 95) from which the decomposition currents can be obtained. There are a number of ways that these non-TEM mode currents can be created on a transmission line. 19 illustrates one of these. It is important to remember that the TEM mode, transmission-line-equationformulation only characterizesthe line and assumes that the two (or more) conductors of the line continue indefinitely along the z axis, The field analysis does not inherently consider the field effects of the eventual terminations for a finitelength line.

This was analyzed using a numerical solution of Maxwell’s equations commonly referred to as a method of moments (MOM). This analysis gives the complete solution for the currents without presupposing the existence of only the TEM mode. It was found that if the voltage source was situated and modeled as being centered in the left segment on the centerline, then I , = -II; in other words, the currents on the wires are only differential-mode currents. 93), common-mode currents appeared. This asymmetrical placement of the source, which is not explicitly considered in the transmission-line-equationformulation, was apparently the source.

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