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Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences >> Call for Papers Vol. 8 No. 3, March 2017

Journal of Emerging Trends in Computing and Information Sciences

Numerical Analysis of Specific Absorption Rate in Breast Fat Tissue Subjected to Mobile Phone Radiation

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Author Khitam Y. Elwasife
ISSN 2079-8407
On Pages 328-331
Volume No. 7
Issue No. 7
Issue Date August 1, 2016
Publishing Date August 1, 2016
Keywords Mobile phone radiation, breast fat tissue, specific absorption rate. Numerical analysis (FDTD) method


Abstract

Breast fat tissue is one of the most sensitive parts of the entire human body when exposed to electromagnetic radiation. This electromagnetic radiation interacts with the human tissue and may lead to detrimental effects on human health. Numerical analysis as Finite Difference Time Domain method is the most commonly used numerical modeling technique to model the propagation of electromagnetic radiation in biological tissue. The method model accurately represents the dielectric properties of the constituent tissues and the highly correlated distribution of these tissues within the breast. This study presents a numerical analysis of specific absorption rate in the breast fat tissue model exposed to global system mobile phone radiation. The results showed electric, magnetic fields and specific absorption rate in 1D FDTD method. Also the electric field in breast fat tissue has been evaluated in 2D FDTD method. To develop the model, MATLAB tool were used and result from the model was analysis and also compare result theoretically with the other researcher.
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