3D-FDTD Head Model Exposure to Electromagnetic Cellular Phones Radiation
American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications
Volume 6, Issue 2, December 2018, Pages: 42-48
Received: Sep. 20, 2018; Accepted: Nov. 1, 2018; Published: Nov. 28, 2018
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Khitam Yousif Elwasife, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Islamic University of Gaza, Gaza, Palestinian Authority
Sami Ahmad Abuishaiba, Electrical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic University of Gaza, Gaza, Palestinian Authority
Mohammed Mousa Shabat, Physics Department, Faculty of Science, Islamic University of Gaza, Gaza, Palestinian Authority
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Abstract
According to the increasing of mobile phone radiation exposure. Many research has been evaluated the specific absorption rate which is the power dissipation rate normalized by material density in human life tissue exposure to the radiation. Therefore, in this work, the electric field, magnetic field and specific absorption rate generated inside a three human life tissue of head model are studied. The electromagnetic radiation can be measured in terms of specific absorption rate. The human head exposed to global system for mobile communication frequency bands of 900MHz. The radiation absorption analyzed through simulations by using three dimension finite difference time Domain method and computer software program. The penetration of the fields and power density were computed inside the model of human head. Results show that electromagnetic fields penetrate the life tissues and attenuate fast to reach zero at the brain layer, the peak is smaller than because the electric field strike the bone tissue. The absorbent power and specific absorption rate show maximum at the skin layer. Preliminary results show good agreement with previous published using numerical and software technique. Also the results suggest that three layer human model and simulation can help to understand the specific distribution of mobile phone electromagnetic fields inside the human head.
Keywords
Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD), Cellular Phone Radiation, Human Head, Specific Absorption Rate
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Khitam Yousif Elwasife, Sami Ahmad Abuishaiba, Mohammed Mousa Shabat, 3D-FDTD Head Model Exposure to Electromagnetic Cellular Phones Radiation, American Journal of Electromagnetics and Applications. Vol. 6, No. 2, 2018, pp. 42-48. doi: 10.11648/j.ajea.20180602.11
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