Electromagnetic analysis of complex 3D PEC structures using a stabilised CPFDTD algorithm

CJ Railton, IJ Craddock

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Abstract

It has been shown that, with a simple modification, the contour path FDTD (CPFDTD) scheme can be stabilised while still being accurate for structures with a complex geometry containing tilted planes, smooth curved surfaces and right-angle bends. This has been demonstrated for the example of a circular cylindrical resonator which is tilted with respect to the FDTD mesh. It is anticipated that the added robustness which the modification provides will facilitate more widespread use of the three dimensional CPFDTD algorithm
Original languageEnglish
Pages100 - 103
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jul 1996

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Name of Conference: Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium, 1996
Venue of Conference: Baltimore, USA

Keywords

  • finite difference time-domain analysis

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