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Published by Research Studies Press, Wiley in Taunton, Somerset, England, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microwave antennas -- Mathematical models -- Data processing.,
  • Optical wave guides -- Mathematical models -- Data processing.,
  • Dielectric wave guides -- Mathematical models -- Data processing.,
  • Finite element method -- Data processing.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementF. Aníbal Fernández and Yilong Lu.
    SeriesElectronic & electrical engineering research studies., 3
    ContributionsLu, Yilong, 1958-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK7871.67.M53 F48 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 192 p. :
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL815152M
    ISBN 10086380182X, 0471957488
    LC Control Number95052693

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Review of finite element methods for microwave and optical waveguides. Abstract: The authors review the application of the finite element method to analysis of waveguide problems.

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In order to eliminate spurious solutions, edge elements are introduced. Description: A concise introduction to waveguides, Microwave and Optical Waveguides presents the fundamental mathematical and physical principles that underpin the operation of waveguides.

The book provides a unified treatment of various waveguides, as used in. Finite Element Analysis Waveguides of Optical Abstract: A finite element program for the analysis of anisotropic optical waveguides is described. The appearance of spurious numerical modes, due to the fact that the functional is nonpositive definite is discussed and a.

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Waveguide Finite Element Method HAO LIU, SVANTE FINNVEDEN MWL, KTH ROYAL INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In a low frequency analysis of vibration in a built-up structure, the eigen frequencies and the corresponding eigenmodes help the understanding of how and why the structure behaves as it does.

Abstract As a simple method for evaluating the reflection and transmission characteristics of a grating waveguide, An analysis of periodic waveguides by coupled‐mode theory and finite element method.

A numerical analysis of periodic segmented waveguides (PSWs) using the well known technique of two dimensional finite element method (2D-FEM) in the frequency domain is presented.

Unlike photonic crystal waveguides (PCWs), light confinement in a PSW is due to total internal reflection as in a continuous waveguide (CWG). Moreover, the dispersion relation of the guided modes in PSW is. The Paperback of the Optical Waveguide Theory by the Finite Element Method by Masanori Koshiba at Barnes & Noble.

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Finite element approach Finite element methods for analysing optical waveguides were reviewed in Refs 10 and Earlier work by the first-named author of this paper used iterations in a finite element program to account for the presence of lossy materials 'z~'3.

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A simple and effective finite element method for the analysis of microwave and optical waveguides was investigated using edge element method with the second-order mixed-interpolation-type triangular elements. It is a combination of linear edge elements for transverse components of.

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To this point in this book, all the finite element work has proceeded in the frequency domain; in this chapter, time domain finite element analysis (FETD) is discussed, and a connection made with the FDTD, which is explored in detail, revisiting the one-dimensional wave analysis problem introduced in Chapter 9 in the time domain.

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