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Efficient Higher-Order Analysis of Electromagnetic Scattering by Objects Above, Below, or Straddling a Half-Space
Economical higher-order analysis of electromagnetic scattering from arbitrary three-dimensional conducting objects above, below, or perhaps straddling a 0.5-house is conducted during this letter. Due to the complexity of the half-house Green's function, it's fascinating to scale back the degrees of freedom and particularly the number of field-supply interactions to a minimum level. To attain this, a recently developed higher-order basis function primarily based on curvilinear triangular patches is extended to 0.5-house applications and investigated carefully from different aspects. Due to the flexibleness of order selection, the same mesh guarantees the modeling accuracy even when the scatterer is straddling the interface of the half-space, where very nonuniform or multiscale mesh is always required within the traditional methods thanks to the distinct wavelengths of the surrounding media. Moreover, this higher-order technique considerably simplifies the wideband simulation, that is important in numerous half-space applications.
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