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Finite element analysis of time-dependent semi-infinite wave-guides with high-order boundary treatment. (English) Zbl 1034.78014
Summary: A new finite element (FE) scheme is proposed for the solution of time-dependent semi-infinite wave-guide problems, in dispersive or non-dispersive media. The semi-infinite domain is truncated via an artificial boundary , and a high-order non-reflecting boundary condition (NRBC), based on the Higdon non-reflecting operators, is developed and applied on . The new NRBC does not involve any high derivatives beyond second order, but its order of accuracy is as high as one desires. It involves some parameters which are chosen automatically as a pre-process. A C 0 semi-discrete FE formulation incorporating this NRBC is constructed for the problem in the finite domain bounded by . Augmented and split versions of this FE formulation are proposed. The semi-discrete system of equations is solved by the Newmark time-integration scheme. Numerical examples concerning dispersive waves in a semi-infinite wave-guide are used to demonstrate the performance of the new method.
MSC:
78M20Finite difference methods (optics)
78A55Technical applications of optics and electromagnetic theory