Application of Adaptive Remeshing Techniques to the Finite Element Analysis of Nonlinear Optical Waveguides
There is rapidly growing interest in the finite element analysis of optical waveguide modes. The generality of the variational formulation of the method allows the treatment of an enormously wide range of problems, ranging from closed metallic microwave guides to integrated optical structures with extremely intricate cross-sectional form.
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