alexa Abstract | Electromagnetic Fields in Tissue- Equivalent Liquids for Different Frequencies by Means of Flux Density
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It is possible to use the dielectric parameters (effective permittivity and equivalent conductivity) of tissue equivalent liquids to evaluate electric and magnetic field for different electromagnetic wave frequencies . The electric and magnetic field in tissue equivalent liquids has been evaluated by means of flux density. Electromagnetic waves with different frequencies has been simulated used the finite difference time domain method . Found that the electric field amplitude decrease by increasing the frequency. The results reveal many interesting properties for measuring specific absorption rate.

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Author(s): Khitam Y. El wasife, Amal Y. Al Batniji


electromagnetic waves- Tissue equivalent liquid-FDTD-flux density, Aerospace Engineering,Applied Sciences,Biochemistry,Bio medical Engineering,Fluid Dynamics,Chromatography Techniques.

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