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|Title||Study the Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation on Fetal Spleen Tissue at 500 MHz Simulating by FDTD|
|Title in Arabic||Study the Effect of Electromagnetic Radiation on Fetal Spleen Tissue at 500 MHz Simulating by FDTD|
The ever-rising diffusion of electromagnetic radiation has brought about an increased concern on human health. Furthermore, technological devices have become essential components of daily life. However, their deleterious effects on the body, particularly on the human life tissue. Also, these electromagnetic waves can cause in life tissue. In this work electric and magnetic fields through spleen fetal tissue have been investigated. Concerning numerical modeling, the power density and specific absorption rate in a spleen fetal tissue by dielectric property at 500MHz studied. It is generally computed using finite difference time domain methods (FDTD) in one and two dimension. Results show that electromagnetic radiation penetrates the fetal spleen tissues and attenuate fast to reach zero at the inner of tissue. The absorbent power and specific absorption rate (SAR) show maximum at the interface.
|Published in||International Journal of Science and Research Methodology|
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