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Efficient solution on solving 3D Maxwell equations using stable semi-implicit splitting method
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In this paper, we propose an efficient solution on solving 3-dimensional (3D) time-domain Maxwell equations using the semi-implicit Crank-Nicholson (CN) method for time domain discretization with advantage of unconditional time stability. By applying the idea of fractional steps method (FSM) to the CN scheme, the proposed method provides a much simpler and efficient implementation than a direct implementation of the CN scheme. Compared with the alternating-direction implicit (ADI) method and explicit finite-difference time-domain approach (FDTD), it significantly saves the computational resource like memory and CPU time while remains similar numerical accuracy.
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