## FEM simulation of microstrip

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FEM simulation of voltage and electrical field distributions in a microstrip

Updated 12 Mar 2012

Written for Course :-
Computational Electromagnetics, Fall 2011
Department of Electrical Engineering
Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IITM)
Chennai - 600036, India

Authors :-
Sathya Swaroop Ganta, B.Tech., M.Tech. Electrical Engg.
Kayatri, M.S. Engineering Design
Pankaj, M.S. Electrical Engg.
Sumantra Chaudhuri, M.S. Electrical Engg.
Projesh Basu, M.S. Electrical Engg.
Nikhil Kumar CS, M.S. Electrical Engg.

Instructor :-
Dr. Ananth Krishnan
Assistant Professor
Department of Electrical Engineering
http://www.ee.iitm.ac.in/~ananthk

Description :-

Objective of the program is to solve for the steady state voltage distribution of the inside region of a microstrip and then using that obtain the electric field distribution in the region using quiver plot. The
microstrip comprises of a region given by x from 0 to 7 units and y from 0 to 2 units in the coordinate system bounded by four capacitor plates on all the sides of the region. The region comprises of a material with relative permittivity 1 at y from 0 to 1 units and a material of relative permittivity 9.6 at y from 1 to 2 units. The microstrip extends indefinitely in the z-direction. The sides of the region are given Dirichlet boundary condition. A horizontal microstrip line is placed at the center of the region. The microstrip is excited with a voltage of 1 Volt and all surrounding plates are maintained at 0 Volts.

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Computational Electromagnetics At IIT Madras (2021). FEM simulation of microstrip (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/35592-fem-simulation-of-microstrip), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .

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