Henry M. Jurgens

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High-accuracy finite-difference schemes are used to solve the two-dimensional timedomain Maxwell equations for electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering. The high-accuracy schemes consist of a seven-point spatial operator coupled with a six-stage Runge–Kutta time-marching method. Two methods are studied, one of which produces the maximum order of(More)
A high-accuracy finite-difference scheme is used to solve the two-dimensional time-domain Maxwell equations governing the propagation and scattering of electromagnetic waves. The scheme uses a seven-point spatial operator with an explicit six-stage time-marching method of Runge-Kutta type. Boundary formulations are given for perfect conductors and(More)
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