A conformally-oriented FDTD methodology for the accurate simulation of arbitrarily-angled wedges in general rectangular or curvilinear waveguide structures and shielded microstrips

Kosmanis, Theodoros/ Tsiboukis, Theodoros/ Kantartzis, Nikolaos/ Τσιμπούκης, Θεόδωρος/ Κοσμάνης, Θεόδωρος/ Κανταρτζής, Νικόλαος

Institution and School/Department of submitter: ΤΕΙ Θεσσαλονίκης
Keywords: FDTD method;Numerical solutions (Numerical analysis);Microstrip lines;Striplines;Transmission lines, Strip;Hertzian waves (Microwaves);Ερτζιανά κύματα (Μικροκύματα);Γραμμές μεταφοράς ενέργειας, Strip;Γυμνοί αγωγοί;Microstrip γραμμές;Αριθμητικές λύσεις (Αριθμητική ανάλυση);FDTD μέθοδος
Issue Date: Sep-1999
Publisher: ISEF
Citation: Kosmanis,T., Kantartzis,N. and Tsiboukis,T.(1999):Compel international journal of Computations and mathematics in electrical.Pavia september1999.Italy:Isef
Journal: Compel international journal of computations and mathematics in electrical,2000
Abstract: A new locally implemented methodology for the accurate representation of field singularities caused by abrupt corners that are present inside waveguides and shielded microstrip lines is proposed in this paper. The novel technique, manipulating the conformal finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method, also deals with non-Cartesian structures, containing inclined and curved interfaces. The numerical computation of cut-off frequencies of various curvilinear waveguide and shielded microstrip structures, with perfectly contacting wedges, proves the efficiency of the proposed scheme.
Description: Δημοσιεύσεις μελών--ΣΤΕΦ--Τμήμα Οχημάτων,2015
Other Identifiers: http://www.researchgate.net/publication/242171616_A_conformally-oriented_FDTD_methodology_for_the_accurate_simulation_of_arbitrarily-angled_wedges_in_general_rectangular_or_curvilinear_waveguide_structures_and_shielded_microstrips
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