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EM Fields Inside a Rotating Circular Hollow Dielectric Cylinder: Numerical Simulation in 2Ds

By Mingtsu Ho, Li-An Tsai, and Cheng-Jr Tsai
Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 45, 1-8, 2016
doi:10.2528/PIERM15102301

Abstract

The electromagnetic (EM) fields inside a rotating circular hollow dielectric cylinder were numerically calculated in two dimensions, and the numerical results were presented in this paper. The simulation was carried out by using the method of characteristics (MOC) for the solutions of the time-domain Maxwell equations with the application of the passing center swing back grids (PCSBG) technique in the modified O-type grid system. To illustrate the effects of the rotating hollow dielectric cylinder on the EM fields inside the cylinder, the cylinder may be set to rotate at impractically, extremely high angular frequencies. The use of PCSBG is to overcome the difficulty of the deformed grid cells resulting from the rotating object while the modified O-type grid system satisfies the requirement of minimum number of grid within the shortest wavelength of interest in the larger radius regions where the regular O-type grid fails. A Gaussian EM pulse is utilized as excitation source and set to illuminate the hollow cylinder which is made of either non-magnetic or impedance matching materials. For clear examinations the numerical results of EM fields at and around the cylinder center are exhibited. Several electric field distributions are also shown.

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Mingtsu Ho, Li-An Tsai, and Cheng-Jr Tsai, "EM Fields Inside a Rotating Circular Hollow Dielectric Cylinder: Numerical Simulation in 2Ds ," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 45, 1-8, 2016.
doi:10.2528/PIERM15102301
http://www.jpier.org/PIERM/pier.php?paper=15102301

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