Finite element time-domain body-of-revolution Maxwell solver based on discrete exterior calculus

  title={Finite element time-domain body-of-revolution Maxwell solver based on discrete exterior calculus},
  author={Dong-Yeop Na and Ben-Hur Viana Borges and Fernando Lisboa Teixeira},
  journal={J. Comput. Phys.},

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