Boundary Integral Equation Methods for Multiscale Scattering and Inverse Source Problems in Layered Media

dc.contributor.advisorChen, Jiefu
dc.contributor.committeeMemberChen, Ji
dc.contributor.committeeMemberWilton, Donald R.
dc.contributor.committeeMemberJackson, David R.
dc.contributor.committeeMemberOnofrei, Daniel
dc.contributor.committeeMemberWang, Gong Li
dc.creatorZeng, Shubin
dc.creator.orcid0000-0002-7947-5468 2020 2020
dc.description.abstractThis thesis is mainly focused on the efficient computation of Green's function and electromagnetic scattering problems from multiscale structures in multilayered media as well as the inverse source problem in multilayered media. The layered media Green's functions (LMGF), together with various efficient algorithms for the boundary integral equation (BIE), are powerful methods to solve the electromagnetic scattering problems in layered isotropic/uniaxial media. The interest in such problems arises from applications that benefit from efficient numerical modeling of multiscale structures in layered media, such as electronics, communication, remote sensing, and geophysical prospecting. A number of efficient algorithms applicable to various problems in these areas are presented in this thesis, including (i) Modeling of scattering problem of vertical/tilted/horizontal thin-wire structures embedded in multilayered isotropic/uniaxial media, (ii) Modeling of coatings on the thin-wire structure in multilayered media without adding new unknowns, (iii) Modeling of wire-to-surface structure in multilayered media, and (iv) Active control of electromagnetic fields in regions embedded in multilayered media. The thin-wire modeling and BIE make it possible to model multiscale structures in multilayered media more efficiently. Graphics processing unit (GPU) technology is applied to accelerate the generation of the system matrix in BIE. To accelerate the computation of LMGF, interpolation, and singularity subtraction algorithms can be applied. For the inverse source problem, cluster computing is used to accelerate the computation.
dc.description.departmentElectrical and Computer Engineering, Department of
dc.format.digitalOriginborn digital
dc.identifier.citationPortions of this document appear in: Zeng, Shubin, Dawei Li, Donald R. Wilton, and Jiefu Chen. "Fast and accurate simulation of electromagnetic telemetry in deviated and horizontal drilling." Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering 166 (2018): 242-248; and in: Zeng, Shubin, Donald R. Wilton, and Jiefu Chen. "Multiscale modeling of electromagnetic telemetry in layered transverse isotropic formation." IEEE Journal on Multiscale and Multiphysics Computational Techniques 3 (2018): 266-276; and in: Chen, Jiefu, Shubin Zeng, and Yueqin Huang. Borehole Electromagnetic Telemetry System: Theory, Modeling, and Applications. Springer International Publishing, 2019; and in: Zeng, Shubin, Donald R. Wilton, and Jiefu Chen. "A fast MoM solver for wire‐to‐surface junctions in layered uniaxial media." International Journal of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks, Devices and Fields 33, no. 2 (2020): e2690; and in: Zeng, Shubin, Neil Jerome A. Egarguin, Daniel Onofrei, and Jiefu Chen. "Active control of electromagnetic waves in layered media using a current source." In 2020 IEEE Texas Symposium on Wireless and Microwave Circuits and Systems (WMCS), pp. 1-6. IEEE, 2020.
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dc.subjectBoundary integral equation
dc.subjectinverse source problem
dc.subjectlayered media Green's function
dc.subjectmultiscale scattering
dc.subjectwire-to-surface structure
dc.titleBoundary Integral Equation Methods for Multiscale Scattering and Inverse Source Problems in Layered Media
local.embargo.terms2022-08-01 College of Engineering and Computer Engineering, Department of Engineering of Houston of Philosophy


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