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Electromagnetic Energy Deposition in an Inhomogeneous Block Model of Man for Near-Field Irradiation Conditions

By: Chatterjee, I.; Hagmann, M.J.; Gandhi, O.P.;

1980 / IEEE

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This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Electromagnetic Energy Deposition in an Inhomogeneous Block Model of Man for Near-Field Irradiation Conditions ' The plane wave spectrum approach is used to calculate the electromagnetic energy absorption and its distribution in a 180-cell, inhomogeneous model of man for a prescribed vector electric field generated by RF sealers and other electronic equipment. The whole-body-averaged absorption density increases approximately as (Delta/lambda)/sup 2/ to the asymptotic plane wave value where Delta/lamda is the width in wavelengths of the best-fit half-cycle cosine function to prescribed E-values.

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