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COMPARISON OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL CONFORMAL LOCAL RADIATION BOUNDARY CONDITIONS

@inproceedings{Lichtenberg1996COMPARISONOT,
  title={COMPARISON OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL CONFORMAL LOCAL RADIATION BOUNDARY CONDITIONS},
  author={Bernd Lichtenberg and Kevin J. Webb and Douglas B. Meade},
  year={1996}
}
Numerical solutions for open-region electromagnetic problems based on differential equations require some means of truncating the computational domain. A number of local Radiation Boundary Conditions (RBCs) for general boundary shapes have been proposed during the past decade. Many are generalizations of the Bayliss-Turkel RBC for circular truncation boundaries. This paper reviews several two-dimensional RBCs for general truncation boundaries. The RBCs are evaluated on the basis of their… 

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