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- Richard Norton, Robert Scheichl
- SIAM J. Numerical Analysis
- 2010

In this paper we consider the problem of computing the spectrum of a Schrödinger operator with discontinuous, periodic potential in two dimensions using Fourier (or planewave expansion) methods. Problems of this kind are currently of great interest in the design of new optical devices to determine band gaps and to compute localised modes in photonic crystal… (More)

- Richard Norton
- 2008

- RICHARD A. NORTON, ENDRE S ̈U LI, ENDRE SÜLI
- 2011

In this paper we consider the discretization error in space and time of an H 1 gradient flow for an energy integral where the energy density is given by the sum of a double-well potential term and a bending energy term. We show that the problem is equivalent to a nonlinear heat equation with nonlocal nonlinearity and adapt the standard error analysis theory… (More)

In this paper we consider the numerical computation of band gaps in photonic crystal fibres. We approximate the solution to a variational eigenvalue problem using the planewave expansion method (spectral Galerkin method). As well as presenting implementation and error analysis results we consider solving a modified problem where the piecewise constant… (More)

- J C Armitage, A Artamonov, +17 authors D Tompkins
- 2007

The performance of the ATLAS electromagnetic liquid argon/brass forward calorimeter with its new readout geometry consisting of tube/rod electrodes with cylindrical shell gaps, has been evaluated with a full depth prototype in a testbeam experiment with electrons in 1995. The results for signal linearity of better than 1% and a constant term in the relative… (More)

In this paper we study two-dimensional models for the motion of a viscoelastic material with a non-monotone stress-strain relationship. We prove existence of infinitely many stationary solutions to two model problems. This is achieved by constructing sequences of increasingly oscillatory functions, whose limit is a stationary solution. These equilibria may… (More)

Photonic crystal fibres are novel optical devices that can be designed to guide light of a particular frequency. This requires two phenomena to occur. First, the frequency of light must be in a gap of the spectrum of the fibre's cladding (usually a periodic arrangement of air holes), so that the cladding acts as a barrier to that frequency of light. Second,… (More)

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