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Title: Computational tests on use of Rayleigh hypothesis in elliptical-waveguide analysis
Authors: Yeo, S.P. 
Selvaraju, S.
Issue Date: Mar-1993
Citation: Yeo, S.P., Selvaraju, S. (1993-03). Computational tests on use of Rayleigh hypothesis in elliptical-waveguide analysis. IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 29 (2) : 1620-1623. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A test model is developed in the present paper for studying the validity of using Raleigh Hypothesis in elliptical-waveguide analysis. The results show that only under certain well-behaved conditions can numerical accuracies of better than ±0.05% be obtained and that unacceptable errors of more than ±2% may occur when an inappropriate set of input-parameter values is fed into the resultant software. Limits on the permissible ranges of values for these input parameters can be deduced from the empirical data generated by the test model.
Source Title: IEEE Transactions on Magnetics
ISSN: 00189464
DOI: 10.1109/20.250715
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