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Computational EM Modeling Techniques

Nanowire Antennas

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1 -) TDIE Modeling of Carbon Nanotube Dipoles at Microwave and Terahertz Bands
by M. F. Pantoja, D. H. Werner, P. L. Werner, A. R. Bretones
IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, Vol. 9, pp.32-35, March 2010.

ABSTRACT: In this letter, a novel procedure is introduced for the simulation of carbon nanotube (CN) antennas directly in the time domain. This formulation is based on the time-domain electric- field integral equation (TD-EFIE) for thin-wires, including external loads. Appropriate loads have been derived to match the physical response of single-walled CN media to external electromagnetic fields. The results show good agreement with a validated frequency-domain formulation. The time-domain formulation provides physical insight into the well-known characteristic effects of CN dipoles, such as slow-wave propagation and the existence of low-frequency resonances.



2 -) A Computationally Efficient Method for Simulating Metal-Nanowire Dipole Antennas at Infrared and Longer Visible Wavelengths
by M. F. Pantoja, M.G. Bray, D. H. Werner, P. L. Werner, A. R. Bretones
IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, Vol. 11, Issue 2, pp. 239-246, March 2012.

ABSTRACT: This paper presents a numerically efficient approach for simulating nanowires at infrared and long optical wavelengths. A computationally efficient circuit-equivalent modeling approach based on the electric-field integral-equation (EFIE) formulation is employed to simulate the highly dispersive behavior of nanowires at short wavelengths. The proposed approach can be used both for frequency-domain and for time-domain EFIE formulations. In comparison with widely used full-wave solutions achieved through the finite-difference time-domain method, the circuit-based EFIE formulation results in a sharp reduction of the computational resources while retaining high accuracy.




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