Time-dependent electromagnetic waves in a cavity

Publikation: Forskning - peer-reviewTidskriftsartikel

The electromagnetic initial-boundary value problem for a cavity enclosed by perfectly conducting walls is considered. The cavity medium is defined by its permittivity and permeability which vary continuously in space. The electromagnetic field comes from a source in the cavity. The field is described by a magnetic vector potential A satisfying a wave equation with initial-boundary conditions. This description through A is rigorously shown to give a unique solution of the problem and is the starting point for numerical computations. A Chebyshev collocation solver has been implemented for a cubic cavity, and it has been compared to a standard finite element solver. The results obtained are consistent while the collocation solver performs substantially faster. Some time histories and spectra are computed.
SpråkEngelska
TidskriftApplications of Mathematics (New York, 1956)
Publiceringsdatum2009
Volym54
Tidskriftsnummer1
Sidor17-45
Sidantal29
ISSN0862-7940
DOI-länkar
StatusPublicerat