Monte Carlo studies of binary mixtures: Effects of particle size

Aşkun, Cengiz Savaş


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A computational model is presented for Monte Carlo simulation of waveguides with ridges, by combining the principles of transformation electromagnetics and the finite methods (such as finite element or finite difference methods). The principle idea is to place a transformation medium around the ridge structure, so that a single and easy-to-generate mesh can be used for each realization of the Monte Carlo simulation. Hence, this approach leads to less computational resources. The technique is validated by me...
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Citation Formats
C. S. Aşkun, “Monte Carlo studies of binary mixtures: Effects of particle size,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.