Volume 2, Issue 4
Modeling of the Frozen Mode Phenomenon and Its Sensitivity Using Discontinuous Galerkin Methods

S. Chun & J. S. Hesthaven

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Commun. Comput. Phys., 2 (2007), pp. 611-639.

Published online: 2007-02

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We investigate the behaviorand sensitivity of the frozenmode phenomenon in finite structures with anisotropic materials, including both magnetic materials and non-normal incidence. The studies are done by using a high-order accurate discontinuous Galerkinmethod for solving Maxwells equations inthe time domain. We confirm the existence of the phenomenon also in the time-domain and study carefully the impact of the finite crystal on the frozen mode. This sets the stage for a thorough study of the robustness of the frozen mode phenomenon, resulting in guidelines for which design parameters are most sensitive and acceptable tolerances. 

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We investigate the behaviorand sensitivity of the frozenmode phenomenon in finite structures with anisotropic materials, including both magnetic materials and non-normal incidence. The studies are done by using a high-order accurate discontinuous Galerkinmethod for solving Maxwells equations inthe time domain. We confirm the existence of the phenomenon also in the time-domain and study carefully the impact of the finite crystal on the frozen mode. This sets the stage for a thorough study of the robustness of the frozen mode phenomenon, resulting in guidelines for which design parameters are most sensitive and acceptable tolerances. 

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