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Among them, two main methods are: the frequency domain (Giergiel, Uhl 1989a; 1989b) and the time domain method (Kammer 1998; Uhl, Pieczara 2003).
Written for laser and fiber optic engineers, the book models several styles of waveguides, applies the finite element beam propagation and finite element time domain methods to photonic structures, and discusses how physical effects can be modeled into the finite element method.
Among specific topics are an experimental study of water filtering using textiles as in traditional methods, the effect of maximum temperature and heating-cooling repeated cycles on thermal contact resistance of a composite tube, the concept of pneumatic artificial mini-muscles and its application in medical robotics, analyzing stress and vibration in a lathe bed made of an aluminum-copper alloy for high-speed machining, the textile strength of fibers extracted from the leaves of the augustifolia Haw agave as a function of their length, a fractal analysis of the solar radiation in Mexico City, and a parametric analysis of the perfect matched layer model of the finite difference time domain method.
5 Complex-Envelope Alternating-Direction-Implicit Finite Difference Time Domain Method with Assessment
Once designers create and analyze the grating structure in GratingMOD, the same design layout can be directly simulated in BeamPROP and FullWAVE for other aspects of the same structure -- such as coupling loss and time-domain response with beam propagation or finite-difference time domain methods.
This feature is of great benefit to designers of structures or components where dynamic response is important and time domain methods are impractical or impossible to use, such as in engine noise and acoustic problems.