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Title: Simulation of locally inhomogeneous multilayer planar structure by hybrid method
Authors: Liu, E.
Li, E.-P. 
Li, L.-W. 
Keywords: DCIM
Direct and iterative method
Equivalence principle
Hybrid FDTD-MPIE method
Multilayered planar structure
Issue Date: 2004
Citation: Liu, E.,Li, E.-P.,Li, L.-W. (2004). Simulation of locally inhomogeneous multilayer planar structure by hybrid method. ICCEA 2004 - 2004 3rd International Conference on Computational Electromagnetics and its Applications, Proceedings : 122-125. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A new hybrid finite-difference time-domain and mixed-potential integral equation method (hybrid FDTD-MPIE) is developed for the modeling of multilayer planar structures with locally inhomogeneous objects. By using equivalence principle, the original problem can be decomposed into external and internal problems. The FDTD method is applied to solve the internal problem, which contains the locally inhomogeneous dielectric objects. Conversely, the frequency domain MPIE method is employed to address the external problem of the global multilayered planar structure. The FDTD model and the MPIE model are coupled together by enforcing the continuity of tangential fields on the equivalent surface. Both the direct and iterative method are demonstrated in this paper to solve the integral-differential problem. In addition, the DCIM method is applied to improve the computational efficiency. Numerical results are presented to validate the proposed hybrid FDTD-MPIE method. © 2004 IEEE.
Source Title: ICCEA 2004 - 2004 3rd International Conference on Computational Electromagnetics and its Applications, Proceedings
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/71781
ISBN: 0780385624
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