Mathematical and Numerical Study of Wave Propagation in Negative-Index Materials
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
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In this paper, we develop a Crank–Nicolson mixed finite element method for modeling wave propagation in negative-index materials (NIMs). The NIMs model is formed as a time-dependent system involving four dependent vector variables: the electric and magnetic fields, and the induced electric and magnetic currents. Optimal error estimates for all four variables are proved for Nédélec edge elements. Numerical examples are presented to show the exotic properties for wave propagation in NIMs.
Double negative metamaterials; Electric currents; Electric fields; Electromagnetic waves; Finite element method; Magnetic fields; Maxwell equations; Maxwell’s equations; Metamaterials; Mixed finite element method; Negative-index materials; Negative refractive index
Electromagnetics and Photonics | Engineering | Engineering Physics | Mathematics | Mechanical Engineering | Numerical Analysis and Computation | Partial Differential Equations
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Elander, V. E.
Mathematical and Numerical Study of Wave Propagation in Negative-Index Materials.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 197(45-48),