Modeling Metamaterials: Metamaterial Development Using Electromagnetic Simulation
Metamaterials are a subject of great interest for both academia and industry, offering the ability to produce electromagnetic phenomena that are not seen in natural materials. These offer potential for new technologies and for existing devices to be made smaller, faster and more efficient. When developing a new metamaterial,
simulations can be used both to analyze the bulk effects of the material and to design the individual unit cell.
The paper demonstrates the possibilitiy to model photonic cyrystals using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO®. A one dimensional periodic band-gap structure is simulated using the Transient Solver.
Plane Wave Interactions with a Dielectric Half-Space at 60 THz
In this article, CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® is used to illuminate an infinite dielectric half-space with a uniform plane wave and the reflection and transmission quantities are obtained. This problem has an analytical solution which serves to validate the...
Modeling Double Negative Materials
This paper describes how Double Negative (DNG) materials can be simulated with the time domain solver of CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) by using dispersive materials. Even if the material used is purely artificial, simulations gain a valuable insight...
Left-Handed Wave Propagation of a Coplanar Waveguide based on Split Ring Resonators
Metamaterials are a class of man-made materials that can be engineered to respond to electromagnetic (EM) fields in unconventional ways. The response of a material to an EM field is described by permittivity and can be tuned in meta-materials to assume...
The dichroic filter is an example for setting up simulations of frequency selective surfaces. The simulation is performed with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® and compared to measurements.
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