Application of Several Boundary Conditions for Bi-anisotropic Metamaterial Structures and Investigation of Electromagnetic Response

2015-09-04
Uçkun, Savaş
—The effects of electromagnetic coupling on constitutive S-Parameters of bi-anisotropically designed metamaterial (MM) structure with several boundary conditions (PEC, PMC, UC) are analyzed. It is disclosed that in addition to the main electromagnetic coupling effect on the constitutive parameters of resonating MM structure, boundary conditions have an influence on this coupling effect because of the different imaging properties of the boundaries. The effects of electric and magnetic excitations on SRR and the exotic symptoms of them are examined. CST Microwave Studio is used for the simulation and extraction of constitutive parameters of the bi-anisotropic MM slab

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S. Uçkun, “Application of Several Boundary Conditions for Bi-anisotropic Metamaterial Structures and Investigation of Electromagnetic Response,” 00, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://www.emcturkiye.org/papers/Session5_Talk5.pdf.