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Symmetric Energy-conserved Splitting FDTD Scheme for the Maxwell's Equations

Wenbin Chen, Xingjie Li & Dong Liang

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Commun. Comput. Phys., 6 (2009), pp. 804-825.

Published online: 2009-06

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In this paper, a new symmetric energy-conserved splitting FDTD scheme (symmetric EC-S-FDTD) for Maxwell’s equations is proposed. The new algorithm inherits the same properties of our previous EC-S-FDTDI and EC-S-FDTDII algorithms: energy-conservation, unconditional stability and computational efficiency. It keeps the same computational complexity as the EC-S-FDTDI scheme and is of second-order accuracy in both time and space as the EC-S-FDTDII scheme. The convergence and error estimate of the symmetric EC-S-FDTD scheme are proved rigorously by the energy method and are confirmed by numerical experiments.

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In this paper, a new symmetric energy-conserved splitting FDTD scheme (symmetric EC-S-FDTD) for Maxwell’s equations is proposed. The new algorithm inherits the same properties of our previous EC-S-FDTDI and EC-S-FDTDII algorithms: energy-conservation, unconditional stability and computational efficiency. It keeps the same computational complexity as the EC-S-FDTDI scheme and is of second-order accuracy in both time and space as the EC-S-FDTDII scheme. The convergence and error estimate of the symmetric EC-S-FDTD scheme are proved rigorously by the energy method and are confirmed by numerical experiments.

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In this paper, a new symmetric energy-conserved splitting FDTD scheme (symmetric EC-S-FDTD) for Maxwell’s equations is proposed. The new algorithm inherits the same properties of our previous EC-S-FDTDI and EC-S-FDTDII algorithms: energy-conservation, unconditional stability and computational efficiency. It keeps the same computational complexity as the EC-S-FDTDI scheme and is of second-order accuracy in both time and space as the EC-S-FDTDII scheme. The convergence and error estimate of the symmetric EC-S-FDTD scheme are proved rigorously by the energy method and are confirmed by numerical experiments.

Wenbin Chen, Xingjie Li & Dong Liang. (1970). Symmetric Energy-conserved Splitting FDTD Scheme for the Maxwell's Equations. Communications in Computational Physics. 6 (4). 804-825. doi:
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