Test of accuracy of the generalized boundary conditions in the scattering by thin dielectric strips
2014 International Conference on Numerical Electromagnetic Modeling and Optimization for RF, Microwave, and Terahertz Applications, NEMO 2014
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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The two-dimensional (2D) scattering of the E and H-polarized plane electromagnetic waves by a free-standing thinner than the wavelength dielectric strip is considered numerically. Two methods are compared: singular integral equations (SIE) on the strip median line obtained from the generalized boundary conditions for a thin dielectric layer and Muller boundary integral equations (BIE) for arbitrarily thick strip. The comparison shows the domain of acceptable accuracy of approximate model derived for thin dielectric strips. © 2014 IEEE.
KeywordsGeneralized boundary conditions
Boundary integral equations
Electromagnetic wave polarization
Generalized boundary conditions
Muller boundary integral equations
Singular integral equations
Thin dielectric layer
Two Dimensional (2 D)
Published Version (Please cite this version)http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/NEMO.2014.6995684
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