Mathematical modelling of electromagnetic fields of radio equipment

Research field: Mathematical modelling of engineering systems

Project leader: Yurkov Nikolay Kondratievich, Doctor of Engineering Sciences, professor, head of the department ‘Radio Equipment Engineering and Production’

Key words: Mathematical model, electromagnetic field, radio device, optimization, methods and algorithms, radio waves propagation

Problem

Lack of suitable mathematical models, methods and algorithms for studying the propagation of electromagnetic waves in radio systems of different purposes with the aim of optimizing the structure elements or their arrangement within the system.

Importance

There is demand in radio equipment and means of data support for engineering high-integrity radio equipment.

Research Originality

Combined application of the main laws of electrodynamics and propagation of electromagnetic waves using:
- theory of geometrical optics;
- geometrical and physical diffraction theory;
- edge effects on finite form objects;
- even and uneven components of surface currents of emitting and re-emitting objects;
- consideration of the significant impact of the underlying surface and phase factor of resultant signal components at a definite point in space or an object in the propagation area;
- the use of advanced computer technologies that make the research possible.

Expected outcomes and their importance

Mathematical models, methods and algorithms of studying the propagation of electromagnetic waves in radio systems of different purposes with the aim of optimization of structure elements or their arrangement within the system.

Sphere of application

Engineering of radio devices for different purposes

Publications (WoS, Scopus)

1. E. Y. Maksimov, N. K. Yurkov, and A. N. Yakimov, “A finite-element model of the thermal influences on a microstrip antenna,” Measurement techniques, vol. 54, no. 2, pp. 207–212, May 2011.
2. M. S. Gorbalysov, A. N. Yakimov, and N. K. Yurkov, “The Improving of the Radar Detection System under the Influence of External Actions,” in Proceedings of the XI International Conference TCSET’2012 February 21–24, Ukraine, 2012, p. 186.
3. M. V. Shirshov, N. K. Yurkov, and A. N. Yakimov, “An Estimate of the Error in Constructing a Geometric Model of an Antenna Mirror by the Delone Method,” Measurement Techniques, vol. 57, no. 8, pp. 919–925, 2014.
4. D. N. Shishulin, N. K. Yurkov, and A. N. Yakimov, “Modeling the radiation of a mirror antenna taking vibration deformations into account,” Meas Tech, vol. 56, no. 11, pp. 1280–1284, Feb. 2014.
5. D. N. Shishulin, N. K. Yurkov, and A. N. Yakimov, “Recearch of the Vibration Effects on the Mirror Antenna’s Radiation Using ANSYS,” in Modern problems of radio engeneering, telecommunications, and computer science: Proceedings of the International Conference TCSET’2014 Deducated to the 170th anniversary of Lviv Polytechnical National University, Lviv-Slavske, Ukraine, 2014, p. 135.

Contacts

Tel.: +7 (412) 36-82-12, +7 (412) 56-43-46
E-mail: kipra@pnzgu.ru,  yurkov_nk@mail.ru

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