Automatic arbitrary shape optimization based on 3D FD-TD solver and perturbation theory applied for synthesis of resonators
Andrzej Kozak , Wojciech Gwarek
AbstractA new efficient method for the automatic design of multimode resonators is presented. Our approach is based on electromagnetic 3-D modelling performed in the optimization loop. The novelty of the method arises from utilization of some information about the electromagnetic field distribution in the decision about the modification of resonator's geometry. The field information is processed using perturbation theory
|Book||, 12th International Conference on Microwaves and Radar, 1998. MIKON '98, 1998|
|Keywords in English||3D FDTD solver, Algorithm design and analysis, automatic arbitrary shape optimization, automatic design, CAD, CAD tool, cavity resonators, design methodology, eigenvalues and eigenfunctions, electrical engineering computing, electromagnetic 3D modelling, electromagnetic fields, electromagnetic field theory, EM field distribution, finite difference time-domain analysis, frequency, Information geometry, microcomputers, microwave design, multimode resonators, optimisation, perturbation theory, physics computing, resonator geometry modification, resonator synthesis, RLC circuits, Shape, Three dimensional displays|
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