Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to study the microwave behaviour of effective magnetic permeability for two‐component ferrite like metamaterial medium in the direction of a biasing magnetic field. The metamaterial medium is presented as an infinite host dielectric material (air) with periodically embedded ferric cylindrical and spherical inclusions saturated with an external dc magnetic field. The study is based on the effective medium theory developed for polycrystalline metaferrites. The simulations show that the presented metamaterial can exhibit the ultra‐low refractive index (ULI) phenomenon and the phenomenon of negative magnetic permeability for the case of microwave propagation in the direction of bias. Design/methodology/approach – The obtained results are based on the wave long approximation of permeability tensor of the presented metamaterial media obtained earlier by the first author. Using the standard approach, the authors apply the above expressions for the microwave propagation in direction of biasing dc magnetic field considering different polarization of the incident microwave. Findings – The considered artificial material media can become either material with a ULI or with negative values in the GHz frequencies. Originality/value – The paper is concerned with part of the theory of a new generation of artificial ferrites.
Multidiscipline Modeling in Materials and Structures – Emerald Publishing
Published: Sep 27, 2011
Keywords: Materials; Microwaves; Electromagnetism; Metamaterials; Electromagnetic response; Effective parameters; Effective medium theory; Ferrite
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