Olena Shafalyuk

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Exact absorbing conditions are used in computational electrodynamics of nonsine waves for truncating the domain of computation when replacing the original open initial boundary value problem by a modified problem formulated in a bounded domain. In this paper we prove the equivalency of these two problems.
In the paper, we solve the so-called open problems for electromagnetic field distribution in axially symmetrical open resonant structures. We construct the Exact Absorbing Conditions that allow efficient truncating the computational domain. Proof of equivalency between these initial and modified problems will also be provided.
This paper describes a solution to the so-called open problems for electromagnetic field distribution in axially symmetrical open resonant structures. It uses the Exact Absorbing Conditions that allow efficient truncation the computational domain. The suggested approach is being implemented in software.
Exact absorbing conditions are used in electrodynamics of nonsine waves for truncating the domain of computation when replacing an open initial boundary value problem by a modified problem formulated in a bounded domain. In this work we prove the equivalency of these two problems.
In this paper, a problem of efficient truncation of the computational domain of model initial boundary value problems is discussed for axi-symmetrical open electrodynamic structures. This is applied to analyze the characteristics of some axially-symmetrical antennas and reflectors used in communications.
In the present work, we solve a problem of the appropriate and efficient truncation of the computational domain (a principal problem of computational electrodynamics) in so-called open problems (the problems where the computational domain is infinite along one or more spatial coordinates) for the case of TE- and TM-waves in axially-symmetrical open compact(More)
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