Highly Efficient and Adaptive Numerical Scheme to Analyze Multipactor in Waveguide Devices


A unique numerical scheme is proposed in the hybrid numerical technique, combining the conformal time-domain finite integral theorem with the particle-in-cell method, to research the multipactor in waveguide devices more efficiently. In multipactor analysis, the electromagnetic waves and charged particles interact solely in the interior regions of waveguide devices. Hence, elements outside the waveguide device are valueless in multipactor simulations. To boost the efficiency in simulations, we have a tendency to propose an economical numerical theme to accurately eliminate the inactive regions. Meanwhile, an adaptive hybrid container is presented to perfectly implement our easy but highly economical theme. From 2 sensible examples, it's validated that the memory demand and runtime can be significantly saved by the proposed methodology.

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