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|Title:||A time-splitting spectral method for three-wave interactions in media with competing quadratic and cubic nonlinearities||Authors:||Bao, W.
Time-splitting spectral method
|Issue Date:||Feb-2007||Citation:||Bao, W.,Zheng, C. (2007-02). A time-splitting spectral method for three-wave interactions in media with competing quadratic and cubic nonlinearities. Communications in Computational Physics 2 (1) : 123-140. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||This paper introduces an extension of the time-splitting spectral (TSSP) method for solving a general model of three-wave optical interactions, which typically arises from norlinear optics, when the transmission media has competing quadratic and cubic nonlinearities. The key idea is to formulate the terms related to quadratic and cubic nonlinearities into a Hermitian matrix in a proper way, which allows us to develop an explicit and unconditionally stable numerical method for the problem. Furthermore, the method is spectral accurate in transverse coordinates and second-order accurate in propagation direction, is time reversible and time transverse invariant, and conserves the total wave energy (or power or the norm of the solutions) in discretized level. Numerical examples are presented to demonstrate the efficiency and high resolution of the method. Finally the method is applied to study dynamics and interactions between three-wave solitons and continuous waves in media with competing quadratic and cubic nonlinearities in one dimension (1D) and 2D. © 2007 Global-Science Press.||Source Title:||Communications in Computational Physics||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/102777||ISSN:||18152406|
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