Re: [SI-LIST] : Decoupling caps and power plane effects

Mattan Kamon (matt@memcad.com)
Tue, 25 May 1999 13:59:48 -0400

The full PEEC concept is introduced in a later paper,

"Equivalent Circuit Models for Three-Dimensional Multiconductor Systems", A.E. Ruehli
IEEE Trans. on Microwave Theory and Techniques, Vol MTT-22, No 3. March 1974.

It combines the partial inductance and partial capacitance concepts of previous papers and calls it "PEEC". It introduces it from an integral equation point of view. The paper Ray cites below gives a more physical description
from the concept of "loop inductance".

-matt

Ray Anderson wrote:

> I have no idea if the paper is down-loadable (I would suspect not),
> however I believe the folowing is the reference to the relevant paper:
>
> "Inductance Calculations in a Complex Integrated Circuit Environment"
> A.E. Ruehli, IBM Journal of Research Development, Sept. 1972
>
>
>
> This is the paper where Ruehli describes the concepts of partial
> inductance, partial mutual inductance, etc. and develops the concept
> of a partial element equivalent circuit (though I'm not sure he ever
> uses those words in the paper).
>
>
> -Ray
>
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