Publication detail

Response of a Layered Medium to an Obliquely Incident Wave

KADLEC, R. FIALA, P. BĚHUNEK, I.

Original Title

Response of a Layered Medium to an Obliquely Incident Wave

English Title

Response of a Layered Medium to an Obliquely Incident Wave

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The authors report on an analytical solution of the propagation, reflection and refraction of broadband electromagnetic signals within multilayered optical materials. The presented solution is processed in the Matlab program, which is suitable for a specifically oriented detailed analysis of a general problem. The paper includes a theoretical analysis and references to the generated algorithms. The presented comparison of the parameter changes is supported by graphical outputs of the algorithms. The algorithms created in the Matlab environment are verified by means of programs based on the finite element method, namely the ANSYS program. The response of the layered material depends on the thickness of each layer. The resulting algorithms show the response of layers with different thickness. The wave is sent from a source in the form of a single pulse. The response is shown for the electric field strength E and magnetic field strength H, i.e., the amplitude and the phase. The methods described in this paper are well-suited for the analysis of beam refraction to the other side from the perpendicular line during the passage through the boundary. This phenomenon occurs in metamaterials.

English abstract

The authors report on an analytical solution of the propagation, reflection and refraction of broadband electromagnetic signals within multilayered optical materials. The presented solution is processed in the Matlab program, which is suitable for a specifically oriented detailed analysis of a general problem. The paper includes a theoretical analysis and references to the generated algorithms. The presented comparison of the parameter changes is supported by graphical outputs of the algorithms. The algorithms created in the Matlab environment are verified by means of programs based on the finite element method, namely the ANSYS program. The response of the layered material depends on the thickness of each layer. The resulting algorithms show the response of layers with different thickness. The wave is sent from a source in the form of a single pulse. The response is shown for the electric field strength E and magnetic field strength H, i.e., the amplitude and the phase. The methods described in this paper are well-suited for the analysis of beam refraction to the other side from the perpendicular line during the passage through the boundary. This phenomenon occurs in metamaterials.

Keywords

Reflection, refraction, electromagnetic waves, multilayered materials, finite element method, FEM and ANSYS program.

RIV year

2013

Released

15.08.2013

Publisher

The Electromagnetic Academy

Location

Cambridge, MA 02138

ISBN

978-1-934142-26-4

Book

PIERS 2013 Stockholm Proceedings

Pages from

921

Pages to

924

Pages count

4

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT101851,
  author="Radim {Kadlec} and Pavel {Fiala} and Ivo {Běhunek}",
  title="Response of a Layered Medium to an Obliquely Incident Wave",
  annote="The authors report on an analytical solution of the propagation, reflection and refraction of broadband electromagnetic signals within multilayered optical materials. The presented solution is processed in the Matlab program, which is suitable for a specifically oriented detailed analysis of a general problem.
The paper includes a theoretical analysis and references to the generated algorithms. The presented comparison of the parameter changes is supported by graphical outputs of the algorithms. The algorithms created in the Matlab environment are verified by means of programs based on the finite element method, namely the ANSYS program.
The response of the layered material depends on the thickness of each layer. The resulting algorithms show the response of layers with different thickness. The wave is sent from a source in the form of a single pulse. The response is shown for the electric field strength E and magnetic field strength H, i.e., the amplitude and the phase.
The methods described in this paper are well-suited for the analysis of beam refraction to the other side from the perpendicular line during the passage through the boundary. This phenomenon occurs in metamaterials.",
  address="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  booktitle="PIERS 2013 Stockholm Proceedings",
  chapter="101851",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  number="08",
  year="2013",
  month="august",
  pages="921--924",
  publisher="The Electromagnetic Academy",
  type="conference paper"
}