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Modelling Photonic Crystals Using Finite Elements

Modelling Photonic Crystals Using Finite Elements
Modelling Photonic Crystals Using Finite Elements
The finite element mathod (FEM) is presented as an efficient technique for modelling photonic crsytals. An implementation of the method and its application to 2-dimensional problems is outlined. The challenges presented by the extension of the method to treat fully 3-dimensional systems are discussed.
Generowicz, J.M.
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Hiett, B.P.
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Beckett, D.H.
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Cox, S.J.
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Molinari, M.
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Parker, G.
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Generowicz, J.M.
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Hiett, B.P.
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Beckett, D.H.
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Cox, S.J.
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Molinari, M.
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Parker, G.
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Generowicz, J.M., Hiett, B.P., Beckett, D.H., Cox, S.J., Molinari, M. and Parker, G. (2000) Modelling Photonic Crystals Using Finite Elements.

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Abstract

The finite element mathod (FEM) is presented as an efficient technique for modelling photonic crsytals. An implementation of the method and its application to 2-dimensional problems is outlined. The challenges presented by the extension of the method to treat fully 3-dimensional systems are discussed.

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Published date: June 2000
Additional Information: Organisation: EPSRC
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science

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Local EPrints ID: 256506
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/256506
PURE UUID: b71a1a2f-3562-436a-8a47-8ddbaf4e0e69

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Date deposited: 17 Apr 2002
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:46

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Author: J.M. Generowicz
Author: B.P. Hiett
Author: D.H. Beckett
Author: S.J. Cox
Author: M. Molinari
Author: G. Parker

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