New Oblique Thin Wire Formalism in the FDTD Method With Multiwire Junctions

@article{Guiffaut2012NewOT,
  title={New Oblique Thin Wire Formalism in the FDTD Method With Multiwire Junctions},
  author={Christophe Guiffaut and Alain Reineix and Bernard Pecqueux},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation},
  year={2012},
  volume={60},
  pages={1458-1466}
}
A new oblique thin wire formalism based on Holland's approach is proposed in the FDTD method. The principal achievement of this new formalism is to enable us to model a junction correctly between several oblique wires. To this end, an important criterion is proposed: the continuity of the current traces in the grid must be maintained at each node of the Yee cell that contains a part of one or several wires. This condition prevents undamped parasite oscillations on the wire current responses. In… CONTINUE READING
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