2010 journal article

Computation of Induced Current Densities in the Human Body at Low Frequencies Due to Contact Electrodes Using the ADI-FDTD Method


By: V. Singh n, A. Ajeet n, N. Kwatra n, C. Cela, J. Ziriax*, J. D'Andrea*, G. Lazzi n

author keywords: D-H ADI-FDTD; HEMI devices; impedance method; low frequency computational bioelectromagnetics; neuron recruitment volume
TL;DR: It is shown that, when used with quasi-static assumptions, Fourier series decomposition, and expanding grid, the D-H ADI-FDTD can be an effective computational bioelectromagnetics tool. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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