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COMSOL News Magazine 2017

COMSOL Multiphysics Super Resolution Analysis of a Spherical Geodesic Waveguide Suitable for Manufacturing

H. Ahmadpanahi[1], D. Grabovi?ki?[1], J.C. González[1], P. Benítez[1], J.C. Miñano[1]
[1]Cedint Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

Recently it has been proved theoretically (Miñano et al, 2011) that the super-resolution up to ? /500 can be achieved using an ideal metallic Spherical Geodesic Waveguide (SGW). This SGW is as a theoretical design, in which the conductive walls are considered to be lossless conductors with zero thickness. In this paper, we study some key parameters that might influence the super resolution ...

Argon Plasma Simulations for Educational Purposes at Fontys University of Applied Physics

H. van Halewijn [1],
[1] Fontys University of Applied Physics, The Netherlands

At the Fontys University of Applied Physics (The Netherlands) a plasma etcher has been acquired for educational purposes. The machine operates at low power up to 30 Watt and is driven with a magnetic coil at 13.56 MHz. The use of COMSOL Multiphysics software will be discussed to simulate the temperature and mass fractions of the activated and ionized atoms in the gas. The simulations will be ...

Prism Coupling of Light in Optical Waveguides

J.T. Andrews, R.R. Kumar, and P.K. Sen
Department of Applied Physics, S G S Institute Technology & Science, Indore, Maharashtra, India

We report the results of simulation showing light coupling in waveguides through prism coupling method. Prism coupling method of light coupling in waveguides is a dominant method adopted by photonic device fabricators. It is necessary to understand the effect various parameters on light coupling in such processes. We used industry standard PDE solver COMSOL Multiphysics to study and analyze the ...

A Reliable Approach to Estimate Surface-enhanced Raman Scattering Intensity of Metal Nanostructures

En-Ming You [1], Jun Yi [1], Song-Yuan Ding [1,2],
[1] State Key Laboratory of Physical Chemistry of Solid Surfaces, College of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China
[2] Collaborative Innovation Center of Chemistry for Energy Materials, Xiamen University, Xiamen, China

Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) is a fingerprint spectroscopy whose sensitivity is down to single molecule level. The mechanism of SERS is mainly contributed to huge enhancement of local electric field, which originated from surface plasmon resonance of metal nanostructures. It is very important to exactly calculate the local enhancement in the electric field strength for right ...

Chiral surface plasmon polaritons on metallic nanowires

S. Zhang
Institute of Physics CAS
Beijing
China

Chiral SPPs can be generated by linearly polarized light incident at the end of a nanowire, exciting a coherent superposition of three specific nanowire waveguide modes. Chirality is preserved in the emitted photons, creating a subwavelength ¼ wave plate.

FEM-Simulation of a Printed Acceleration Sensor with RF Readout Circuit

H. Schweiger[1], T. Göstenkors[1], R. Bau[1], D. Zielke[1]
[1]Dept. Engineering Sciences and Mathematics, University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Bielefeld, Germany

In this paper we want to figure out the development of a capacitive acceleration-sensor system with the FEM-Method. The sensor-system is in the position to detect accelerations in the range of ±20 g. Furthermore the sensor-element contains a printed RF-inductance, which is used for contactless data transfer. On the one hand the simulation of the L-C-oscillating circuit using the RF Module of ...

Effects Of Saline Infusion On The Lesion Size During The Radiofrequency Ablation Of Liver Cancer

O. E. Hin [1]
[1] Monash University, Malaysia

In this study, a computational model is developed and solved using COMSOL Multiphysics software to estimate the lesion size during saline-infused RFA. Transport of saline is set up by modifying the Poisson equation and the convection-diffusion equation [3] under the Mathematics module. Heating during RFA is set up based on the Joule heating module. To describe the lesion size, the two-state cell ...

Multiphysics Analysis of RF Cavities for Particle Accelerators: Perspective and Overview

M. Awida [1],
[1] Fermi National Particle Accelerator Laboratory, Warrenville, IL, USA

Particle accelerator technology evolves gradually towards improving reliability and efficiency of the accelerator machines, which would reduce their cost for current applications and even make them more accessible to new industrial applications. RF cavities are utilized in particle accelerator machines to propel the particle beam by properly coupling the energy from RF sources to the particle ...

Impact of a 3D EM Model Configuration on the Direct Optimization of Microstrip Structures

Z. Brito-Brito[1], J. E. Rayas-Sánchez[1], J. C. Cervantes-González[2], C. A. López[2]
[1]The Jesuit University of Guadalajara. Dept. of Electronics, Systems and Informatics, Jalisco, México
[2]Intel Guadalajara Design Center, Jalisco, México

The EM optimization of a coarsely discretized model of a microstrip band-pass filter implemented in COMSOL Multiphysics® was realized using two different model configurations. We presented a systematic methodology to find an appropriate 3D EM model configuration on a direct EM optimization of a low fidelity models. It was confirmed that the direct EM optimization of coarse models in COMSOL could ...

Pulsed Power Accelerator Design with COMSOL Multiphysics® Software - new

D. Reisman[1]
[1]Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA

We have developed Thor: a pulsed power accelerator for performing dynamic material experiments. The design was aided by using the COMSOL Multiphysics® software with the AC/DC Module and RF Module. Our design process involved optimizing the impedance of the system while maintaining a good margin against electrical breakdown. By using a three-dimensional electromagnetic model of the entire power ...