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2004-12-10
Analysis of the Left-Handed Metamaterials Using Multi-Domain Pseudospectral Time-Domain Algorithm
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, Vol. 51, 153-165, 2005
Abstract
The increasing interest in electromagnetic effects in double-negative (DNG) materials requires a formulation capable of a full analysis of wave propagation in such materials. We develop a novel technique for discretization of the Drude medium model and adopt multi-domain pseudospectral time-domain (PSTD) algorithm and well-posed PML formulation to analysis the plane wave scattering properties of a single circular cylinder and a periodic array of the circular cylinders fabricated from the Drude medium. The simulation results show accuracy of the proposed constitutive equation-discretization scheme.
Citation
Yan Shi Chang-Hong Liang , "Analysis of the Left-Handed Metamaterials Using Multi-Domain Pseudospectral Time-Domain Algorithm," , Vol. 51, 153-165, 2005.
doi:10.2528/PIER04092301
http://www.jpier.org/PIER/pier.php?paper=0409231
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