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Temporal coupled mode theory for thermal emission from a single thermal emitter supporting either a single mode or an orthogonal set of modes
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10.1063/1.4794981
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Thermal emission power spectrum comparison among coupled mode theory prediction (red line), exact analytic equation result (green squares), and finite-difference time-domain simulation result averaged over 60 runs (blue crosses), for a spherical single emitter of radius 500 nm.

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(a) Geometry for a single emitter. The top cross-shaped layer has dimensions , with in thickness. The sizes of the central and bottom layers are and , respectively. (b) Electric field intensity distribution ( ) for the mode at . (c) Thermal emission power spectrum comparison between coupled mode theory prediction (red line) and finite-difference time-domain simulation result averaged over 100 runs (blue crosses).

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(a) Modified geometry for an emitter. The top cross-shaped layer hasdimensions , and , with inthickness. The sizes of the central and bottom layers are and , respectively. (b) Thermal emission power spectrum comparison between coupled mode theory prediction (red line) and finite-difference time-domain simulation result averaged over 100 runs (blue crosses).

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2013-03-12
2014-04-16
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Scitation: Temporal coupled mode theory for thermal emission from a single thermal emitter supporting either a single mode or an orthogonal set of modes
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/102/10/10.1063/1.4794981
10.1063/1.4794981
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