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Publication Type : Journal Article
Publisher : IEEE Access,
Source : IEEE Access, Volume 8, p.109508-109521 (2020)
Campus : Bengaluru
School : School of Engineering
Department : Mathematics
Year : 2020
Abstract : An enriched finite element method is presented to numerically solve the eigenvalue problem on electromagnetic waveguides governed by the Helmholtz equation. In this work, a highly efficient, simple and precise higher order subparametric method was developed using a 2D automated mesh generator performed with JuliaFEM. The transcendence computerized discretization code in Julia is developed for the present work. For curved waveguide structures, meshes with one side and curving higher orders are proposed with triangular elements with parabolic arcs. The technique is shown for distinct waveguide constructions, and the results are compared with the strongest numerical or analytical results available. The results demonstrate that the proposed methodology is effective and accurate for generating finite element simulations for complex structures with black holes and irregular topology due to no curvature loss. This article presents a finding cutoff frequency performed with JuliaFEM-an open-source program. Analysis results produced by commercial software are considered for the comparison and show that the calculation results between the two programs do not differ significantly. This procedure can be used to achieve the most effective transmission of energy for electromagnetic applications.
Cite this Research Publication : P. G. Kannan and Dr. K.V. Nagaraja, “An Efficient Automatic Mesh Generator With Parabolic Arcs in Julia for Computation of TE and TM Modes for Waveguides”, IEEE Access, vol. 8, pp. 109508-109521, 2020.