Entwicklung eines Vollwellen-Moduls für eine High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Simulationsumgebung

Project Title
Development of a Full-Wave Module for the High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Synthetic Environment
Principal Investigator
Project Abstract
The “HIRF Synthetic Environment”, financed by the EU with a total of 45 partners, research project had the goal to provide a numerical modelling framework to the aeronautic industry which can be used during the development phase of aircraft for prediction of adequate electromagnetic immunity. For this purpose several state-of-the-art computational electromagnetic codes were integrated into a common modeling platform and validated against each other and against measurements. From the part of the Institute of Electromagnetic Theory the MoM code CONCEPT-II could be successfully adapated and integrated into the synthetic environment.

In the future, the availability of such a HIRF Synthetic Environment framework becomes more and more significant in order to be able to cope with competing requirements of new designs, with the related increase of testing, and the general demand of costs and time reductions.

Surface current distribution on aircraft due to HIRF illumination calculated by CONCEPT-II (Source: TET, TUHH).

Further Information: http://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/89387_en.html