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Use of Whitney's edge and face elements for efficient finite element time domain solution of Maxwell's equations

Use of Whitney's edge and face elements for efficient finite element time domain solution of... In this paper, a new Finite Element Time Domain (FETD) solution algorithm, that uses Whitney's edge and face elements for the representation of the electric and magnetic fields is presented for the direct solution of Maxwell's equations. The accuracy and computational efficiency of the algorithm are discussed and illustrative numerical results are presented for a cavity problem. The method itself is equally well applicable to open region problems when employed in conjunction with the appropriate absorbing boundary conditions. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications Taylor & Francis

Use of Whitney's edge and face elements for efficient finite element time domain solution of Maxwell's equations

Use of Whitney's edge and face elements for efficient finite element time domain solution of Maxwell's equations

Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications , Volume 8 (9-10): 19 – Jan 1, 1994

Abstract

In this paper, a new Finite Element Time Domain (FETD) solution algorithm, that uses Whitney's edge and face elements for the representation of the electric and magnetic fields is presented for the direct solution of Maxwell's equations. The accuracy and computational efficiency of the algorithm are discussed and illustrative numerical results are presented for a cavity problem. The method itself is equally well applicable to open region problems when employed in conjunction with the appropriate absorbing boundary conditions.

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Taylor & Francis
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1569-3937
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0920-5071
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10.1163/156939394X00993
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Abstract

In this paper, a new Finite Element Time Domain (FETD) solution algorithm, that uses Whitney's edge and face elements for the representation of the electric and magnetic fields is presented for the direct solution of Maxwell's equations. The accuracy and computational efficiency of the algorithm are discussed and illustrative numerical results are presented for a cavity problem. The method itself is equally well applicable to open region problems when employed in conjunction with the appropriate absorbing boundary conditions.

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Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and ApplicationsTaylor & Francis

Published: Jan 1, 1994

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