Validity of generalized boundary conditions and singular integral equation method in the scattering of light by thin dielectric strips
Sukharevsky, I. O.
2014 IEEE 34th International Scientific Conference on Electronics and Nanotechnology, ELNANO 2014 - Conference Proceedings
IEEE Computer Society
93 - 96
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We consider the two-dimensional (2D) scattering of a plane wave of light by a thin flat dielectric nanostrip. Empirical method of generalized boundary conditions and singular integral equations on the strip median line is compared with Muller boundary integral equations method that does not assume the strip thickness to be small. The conclusions are achieved about the validity of approximate models for thin dielectric strips. © 2014 IEEE.
Keywordsgeneralized boundary conditions
Generalized boundary conditions
Muller boundary integral equations
Singular integral equation method
Singular integral equations
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