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Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD

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Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD. / Bourke, Samuel; Dawson, John; Robinson, Martin.

2016.

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Bourke, S, Dawson, J & Robinson, M 2016, 'Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD'.

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Bourke, S., Dawson, J., & Robinson, M. (2016). Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD.

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Bourke S, Dawson J, Robinson M. Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD. 2016.

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Bourke, Samuel ; Dawson, John ; Robinson, Martin. / Staircasing errors due to orthogonal meshing of electromagnetic cavities in FDTD. 1 p.

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abstract = "Staircasing of surfaces is a known and well documented source of error in FDTD models on orthogonal structured meshes; however, very little work focuses on such errors in simulations of electromagnetic cavities. This work examines the different errors that arise as a direct result of using an orthogonal approximation of a hollow spherical shell. The spherical shell used has a radius of 1 m and is constructed of a simple material with a conductivity σ = 1000 S/m and a thickness h = 1 mm. This material was represented using a thin boundary SIBC model allowing a mesh size much larger than the thickness of the material. The orthogonally meshed sphere was illuminated using a planewave and the electric field measured at the centre allowing the shielding effectiveness (SE) to be calculated.",
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