Modeling and Simulation of Metamaterial-Based Devices for Industrial Applications
Metamaterials offer great potential for the development of new technologies and for making existing devices smaller, faster and more efficient. Metamaterials produce electromagnetic phenomena that are not seen in natural materials, and come in a wide variety of types. When developing a new metamaterial, simulation can be used to analyze both the bulk property of the material and of the individual element. This article will show how CST STUDIO SUITE® can be used to simulate and design metamaterials through the entire workflow, from the design of the resonator to the implementation in a full device.
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