Applications of the Conjugate Gradient FFT Method in Scattering and Radiation Including Simulations with Impedance Boundary Conditions
conditions of up to the third order are employed and shown to be compatible with the basic CGFFT formulation, allowing an efficient simulation of large coated structures and filled cavity-backed apertures by further reducing the memory demand. For the purpose of validation of these simulations, a general full-wave analysis of two- and three-dimensional rectangular grooves and cavities is presented which will also serve as reference for future work.
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THE CONJUGATE GRADIENT FFT METHOD
RADIATION AND SCATTERING FROM PLATES
GENERALIZED IMPEDANCE BOUNDARY CONDITIONS
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