Publication detail

Fast Frequency Sweep Technique in Envelope Finite Element Method with Absorbing Boundary Condition

MOTL, M., RAIDA, Z., LÁČÍK, J.

Original Title

Fast Frequency Sweep Technique in Envelope Finite Element Method with Absorbing Boundary Condition

English Title

Fast Frequency Sweep Technique in Envelope Finite Element Method with Absorbing Boundary Condition

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

In this paper, we apply the fast frequency sweep technique to the envelope finite element method. This hybridization is used in order to reduce computation time demands. Other advantage of this hybridization is, that it returns lower dispersion error compared to the envelope finite element method. The novel hybridization is used to analyze a two-dimensional model, and the accuracy is compared with the envelope finite element method.

English abstract

In this paper, we apply the fast frequency sweep technique to the envelope finite element method. This hybridization is used in order to reduce computation time demands. Other advantage of this hybridization is, that it returns lower dispersion error compared to the envelope finite element method. The novel hybridization is used to analyze a two-dimensional model, and the accuracy is compared with the envelope finite element method.

Keywords

Fast Frequency Sweep, Envelope Finite Element Method, Absorbing Boundary Condition

RIV year

2004

Released

23.12.2004

Publisher

WSEAS

ISBN

1109-2750

Edition

Issue 6, Volume 3

Edition number

1

Pages from

1903

Pages to

1906

Pages count

4

BibTex


@article{BUT45650,
  author="Milan {Motl} and Zbyněk {Raida} and Jaroslav {Láčík}",
  title="Fast Frequency Sweep Technique in Envelope Finite Element Method with Absorbing Boundary Condition",
  annote="In this paper, we apply the fast frequency sweep technique to the envelope finite element method. This hybridization is used in order to reduce computation time demands. Other advantage of this hybridization is, that it returns lower dispersion error compared to the envelope finite element method. The novel hybridization is used to analyze a two-dimensional model, and the accuracy is compared with the envelope finite element method.",
  address="WSEAS",
  chapter="45650",
  edition="Issue 6, Volume 3",
  institution="WSEAS",
  journal="WSEAS Transactions on Computers",
  number="6",
  volume="2004",
  year="2004",
  month="december",
  pages="1903",
  publisher="WSEAS",
  type="journal article - other"
}