A Parallel Time-Domain Maxwell Solver Using Upwind Schemes and Triangular Meshes

@article{Cioni1993APT,
  title={A Parallel Time-Domain Maxwell Solver Using Upwind Schemes and Triangular Meshes},
  author={Jean-Pierre Cioni and Loula Fezoui and H. Steve},
  journal={IMPACT Comput. Sci. Eng.},
  year={1993},
  volume={5},
  pages={215-247}
}
A finite-volume/finite-element method developped in CFD is applied to solve numerically the time-dependent 2D Maxwell system. We use a third-order accurate explicit scheme with triangular meshes. We are particularly concerned here with scattering problems for both homogeneous and non-homogeneous materials. Radar cross section calculations are presented and compared with exact or integral method solutions. A parallel version of the algorithm on the connection machine is presented and the… 

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