A Numerically Stable Algorithm for Eccentrically Metamaterial Covered Circular Cylinders

2016-08-18
DİKMEN, FATİH
SEVER, EMRAH
TUCHKİN, YURY ALEXANDEROVİCH
Sabah, Cumali
The regularization for monochromatic TM/TE-z polarized waves scattering from multiple non intersecting circular penetrable boundaries has recently been proven to be a requisite for its stable numerical implementation for a wide scope of parameters. The validity and necessity of corresponding regularization algorithm will be demonstrated for medium parameters which are from a double negative (DNG) material media. The preliminary numerical results which already prove the properties mentioned above are given in this paper.

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Citation Formats
F. DİKMEN, E. SEVER, Y. A. TUCHKİN, and C. Sabah, “A Numerically Stable Algorithm for Eccentrically Metamaterial Covered Circular Cylinders,” 2016, p. 515, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/67468.