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Khitam Y. El wasife^{1}, Amal Y. Al Batniji^{2} Department of Physics, Islamic University Of Gaza, P.O. Box 108, Gaza, Palestinian Authority^{1, 2} 
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It is possible to use the dielectric parameters (effective permittivity and equivalent conductivity) of tissue equivalent liquids to evaluate electric and magnetic field for different electromagnetic wave frequencies . The electric and magnetic field in tissue equivalent liquids has been evaluated by means of flux density. Electromagnetic waves with different frequencies has been simulated used the finite difference time domain method . Found that the electric field amplitude decrease by increasing the frequency. The results reveal many interesting properties for measuring specific absorption rate.
Keywords 

electromagnetic waves Tissue equivalent liquidFDTDflux density  
INTRODUCTION 

The daily exposure of hundreds of thousands of people to electromagnetic fields of electromagnetic waves intensity is without precedent, much concern and interest has been expressed in the possibility, that there could be associated health risks. Biological effects due to radio wave exposure are dependent on frequency [12]. Excitation was provided in the model by assuming a electromagnetic waves modal structure or static field distribution. The structure under test was taken to be a homogeneous cube with permittivity and conductivity equal to that of muscle tissue. Additional work on an engineering design approach of the electromagnetic waves cell using the finiteelement method was reported in [3]. The dielectric properties of tissue are determined by a number of dispersion phenomena which are described[4]. Additional, lower frequency, dispersions are known to exist but have little bearing at microwave frequencies, however, excellent reviews have been provided by Pethig [56]. Specific absorption rate is generally obtained by measuring the electric field in a phantom made of a shell filled with a tissueequivalent liquid.Based on the dielectric characteristics of the human body, such as the permittivities and conductivities of various tissues, and further investigations [7]. Tissue equivalent materials have a variety of uses, including routine quality assurance and quality control in both diagnostic and therapeutic physics. They are frequently used in a research capacity to measure doses delivered to patients undergoing various therapeutic procedures. However, very few tissue equivalent materials have been developed for research use at the low frequencies . Derived limits in terms of power flux density or in terms of electric field strength E (V/m) and magnetic field strength H (A/m) has been derived [8]. At operating frequencies of mobile communications base stations in farfield conditions, the measurement of the electric field strength is sufficient. A simple equation described the correlation to power flux density. K. Fukunaga et al evalued the time dependence of dielectric properties of tissueequivalent liquids recommended in the standard documents, and found that the permittivity and the conductivity decrease with time due to the evaporation of water [9]. Development of a LiquidType HumanBody Equivalent Antenna Using NaCl Solution has been investigated . NaCl solution for tissueequivalent liquid filled in the humanequivalent antenna because NaCl solution is easy to prepare and is often used for tissueequivalent liquid. The relative permittivities and conductivities of NaCl solution were measured with a coaxial cell (National Physical Laboratory, UK). The applicable frequency of the coaxial cell is from 15MHz to 1GHz . Different substances have been used as tissuesimulating materials [1014]. Of these, the sugarbased liquids described in [10] are common because they have low toxicity and are easy to obtain. For these liquids, sugar (sucrose) is used to lower the permittivity of water and sodium chloride is added to increase the conductivity. In this study, common granulated cane sugar, salt (NaCl), and deionized water were used In this paper, the form of flux density useied to evaluate the electric and magnetic field simulated in a tissue equivalent liquids as diethylen glycol monobuthyl . FDTD method has been used to determine electric and magnetic field for different frequencies .  
II. THEORY AND MODEL 

Figure 1 shows source of electromagnetic waves as sinusoidal waves with determine frequency. The source is at distance 30 cm from the boundary of The mixture of deionized water diethylene glycol monobuthyl ether (DGBE) [9]. Diethylene glycol monomethyl ether (DGME) is a colorless liquid at room temperature with a mild, etherlike odor. It is highly soluble (miscible) in water. This product is manufactured by the reaction of methanol and ethylene oxide. Its Applications is a good solvent for many classes of dyes including basic chrome, naphthol, and stabilized reduced vat dyes.  
in this study. Tables 1 show the target values and the recipes recommended in the standard [15], for 900, 1450, 1950, and 2450 MHz  
We use the form of flux density into the simulation. Its importunacy is apparent in problem of frequency dependent materials. Maxwell's equation in firm of flux density are  
(1)  
(2)  
where J=σ.E is the current density, and  
(3)  
We assume the dielectric properties of tissue are donated with the complex permittivity ε^{*}_{r}  
(4)  
where ε^{*}_{r} is the real relative part of the permittivity, σ is the conductivity and ω is the radial frequency of the signal[ 16 ].  
Substituting equatiin (4) in (3) ,then  
(5)  
Taking the first term into the time domain is not problem, because it is simple multiplication. In the second term. Fourier theory tells us that 1/jω in the frequency domain is integration in the time domain ,so equation (5) becomes[16].  
(6)  
The integral approximated as a summation over the time steps Δt are  
(7)  
we solve for En given the value of Dn , so separating the En term from the result of summation  
(8)  
The electric field En can be written as  
(9)  
Choose the new parameter as  
(10)  
Substituting in equation (9) we have  
(11)  
At every time steps n , simply adds the value En times the constant term to the previous values of the summation n1. The dielectric properties for four frequencies are illustrated in table (1)  
III. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 

The electric and magnetic fields have been calculated numerically. The finitedifference timedomain (FDTD) method is used to evaluates the electric and magnetic field for different value of permativity and conductivity of tissue equivalent liquid. It is methods of numerical analysis. The mixture of deionized water diethylene glycol monobuthyl ether (DGBE)has been used . We have been change the formulation slightly and introduce the use of flux density into the simulation.  
IV. CONCLUSION 

For different electromagnetic wave frequencies . The electric and magnetic field in tissue equivalent liquids has been evaluated by means of flux density. It has been simulated useing the finite difference time domain method (FDTD) . Found that the electric field amplitude decrease by increasing the frequency. The results of this research reveal many interesting properties for measuring specific absorption rate.  
The Benefits of DGME has low odor and high solvency and can fill a wide range of solvent requirements.  
ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

This research is supported partially by the Islamic university Research Program of Gaza. I would like to thank Professor Dr. mohammed shabat (Department of Physics. Islamic university of Gaza is gratefully discussed for the using FDTD method in this research  
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