7 edition of Higher order FDTD schemes for waveguide and antenna structures found in the catalog.
|Statement||Nikolaos V. Kantartzis and Theodoros D. Tsiboukis.|
|Series||Synthesis lectures on computational electromagnetics -- no.3.|
|Contributions||Tsiboukis, Theodoros D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 215 p. :|
|Number of Pages||215|
|ISBN 10||1598290282, 1598290290|
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Tsiboukis, Nikolaos V. Kantartzis This publication provides a comprehensive and systematically organized coverage of higher order finite-difference time-domain or FDTD schemes, demonstrating their potential role as a powerful modeling tool in. Buy Higher-Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguides and Antenna Structures by Nikolaos V.
Kantartzis, Theodoros D. Tsiboukis from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Higher order FDTD schemes for waveguide and antenna structures. [Nikolaos V Kantartzis; Theodoros D Tsiboukis] -- This publication provides a comprehensive and systematically organized coverage of higher order finite-difference time-domain or FDTD schemes, demonstrating their potential role as a powerful.
Summary: "This publication provides a comprehensive and systematically organized coverage of higher order finite-difference time-domain or FDTD schemes, demonstrating their potential role as a powerful modeling tool in computational electromagnetics.
Special emphasis is drawn on the analysis of contemporary waveguide and antenna structures. A higher-order curvilinear finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) technique, combined with the alternating-direction implicit (ADI) concept, is presented in this paper for the unconditionally stable.
A generalized higher-order FDTD technique for the accurate modeling of complex waveguide and antenna configurations in 3-D nonorthogonal curvilinear coordinates, is presented in this paper. Conversely, for the termination of infinite waveguide ends, the proposed higher-order concepts are applied to the systematic construction of reflectionless curvilinear PMLs that can be imposed very close to structural discontinuities.
This book has been cited by the following publications. Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures. Synthesis Lectures on Computational Electromagnetics, Vol.
1, Issue. 1, p. The development of algebraic topology since Maxwell provides a framework for linking data structures, algorithms, and computation to Cited by: The finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method is used in various fields, such as optical analysis for an optical device, including waveguide array, antenna analysis, and so on.
In the FDTD method, space and time coordinates of the electric and magnetic fields are discretized into the dual lattice, which is usually called the Yee by: 2.
A higher-order finite-difference time-domain (HO-FDTD) numerical method is proposed for the time-domain analysis of planar optical waveguide devices. The anisotropic perfectly matched layer (APML) absorbing boundary condition for the HO-FDTD scheme is implemented and the numerical dispersion of this scheme is studied.
The numerical simulations for the parallel-slab directional coupler are. The Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD) method has been proved to be an efficient tool for the simulation of electromagnetic phenomena.
Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures J. Ritter and F. Arndt Locally conformed subgrid FD-FD technique for the analysis of 3D waveguide structures with curved metallic Cited by: Abstract— In this paper, a (2 4) scheme of the finite-dif-ference time-domain (FDTD) method is proposed, in which the time differential is of the fourth order and the spatial differential using the discrete singular convolution is of order 2.
Compared with the standard FDTD and the scheme of (4, 4), the scheme of (2 4) has much higher accuracy.
Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures Book 3 Higher-Order Schemes for Waveguides and Antenna Structures provides comprehensive and systematic coverage of higher-order finite difference time domain (FDTD) spatial/temporal schemes and demonstrates their decisive role as a powerful modeling tool in computational electromagnetics.
Finite-Difference Modeling of Nonlinear Phenomena in Time-Domain Electromagnetics: A Review N.V. Kantartzis, T.D. Tsiboukis, Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures (Morgan & Claypool Kantartzis N.V.
() Finite-Difference Modeling of Nonlinear Phenomena in Time-Domain Electromagnetics: A Review. In: Rassias T Author: Theodoros T. Zygiridis, Nikolaos V. Kantartzis. The (D, E, B, H) and (E, J, H, M) schemes which are based on the ADE-FDTD method both need to store the previous electric field and magnetic field value at every time step.
The computational intensity will become especially larger when a large scaled electromagnetic problem is considered, while the dispersive US-FDTD scheme may become more promising due to the low memory by: Abstract: Two feeding structures for the excitation of the microstrip line second higher order mode as leaky-wave line sources are proposed in this paper.
Since the second higher order mode of the microstrip line assumes a magnetic wall symmetry plane at the center of the strip as the dominant mode does, the feeding line adopted is coplanar waveguide (CPW).Cited by: 9.
A 3-D higher-order FDTD methodology for the efficient solution of complicated waveguide EMC problems in non-orthogonal coordinate systems is presented. Introducing a new topological classification of accurate non-standard schemes, the algorithm develops a consistent covariant/contravariant formulation which fulfils the proper continuity conditions and eliminates every critical lattice Cited by: 5.
() Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures. Synthesis Lectures on Computational Electromagnetics() Time-domain calculation of acoustical wave propagation in discontinuous media using acoustical wave propagator with mapped pseudospectral by: () Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures.
Synthesis Lectures on Computational Electromagnetics() Steady Cited by:. Higher Order FDTD Schemes for Waveguide and Antenna Structures N. V. Kantartzis and T. D. Tsiboukis paper Kantartzis/Tsiboukis ebook Kantartzis/Tsiboukis DOI /SED1V01YCEM A Publication in the Morgan & Claypool Publishers’ series SYNTHESIS LECTURES ON COMPUTATIONAL.The superior performance of the hybrid higher order FDTD scheme has been compared with the classical FDTD one.
Numerical results demonstrate that the proposed scheme would improve the accuracy and save the computer resources significantly compared to the classical FDTD scheme involved in the radar cross section (RCS) by: 1.2. Radiation pattern of different mode s: To find the radiation pattern of different modes we used CST microwave studio, which has a CAD based user interface where we can design mechanical structure of antennas and waveguides and simulate their radiation pattern.
CST solves the Maxwell’s equations in numerical fashion to obtained.