Analysis Of Electromagnetic Waveguide Bends By Three‐dimensional Finite Element Method With Edge Elements
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Microstrip Antenna Array Design for Harmonic Radar - UNB
3D Three-dimensional AC Alternating Current AUT Antenna Under Test CEM Computational Electromagnetics CPWG Coplanar Waveguide dB Decibel dBi Decibel-Isotropic dBm Decibel-miliwatts DC Direct Current FDTD Finite Difference Time Domain FEM Finite Element Method FIT Finite Integration Technique
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2.2 Finite Difference in Time Domain (FDTD) Method 78 2.2.1 Numerical Formulation of Maxwell's Equations 78 2.2.2 Case of an Incident Pulse 82 2.2.3 Absorption Region and Boundary Conditions 84 2.2.4 Practical Implementation and Convergence of the FDTD Method 85 2.2.5 Examples of Results obtained with the FDTD for a Point Source Method 87
Propagating Beam Analysis Of Optical Waveguides
Propagating Beam Analysis Of Optical Waveguides Optoelectronics And Microwaves Series 2 By Junji Yamauchi free space radiation mode method for the analysis of. beam propagation methodfordesignof optical waveguide devices. propagating beam analysis of optical waveguides. an assessment of finite difference beam propagation method. kogelnik theory of optical
Full-vectorial finite element method in a cylindrical
Abstract: This paper presents a new full-vectorial finite-element method in a local cylindrical coordinate system, to effectively analyze bending losses in photonic wires. The discretization is performed in the cross section of a three-dimensional curved waveguide, using hybrid edge/nodal elements.