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Homogenization of the Maxwell equations in an anisotropic material

Kristensson, Gerhard LU (2002) In Technical Report LUTEDX/(TEAT-7104)/1-12/(2002) TEAT-7104.
Abstract
This paper contains an overview of the homogenization of anisotropic materials

at fixed frequency using the concept of two-scaled convergence. The

homogenized electric and magnetic parameters, the relative permittivity and

the relative permeability, respectively, are found by suitable averages of the

solution of a local problem in the unit cell. A comparison between the exact

homogenization method presented in this paper and the traditional mixture

formulae, which are based on physical arguments, is made.
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at fixed frequency using the concept of two-scaled convergence. The<br/><br>
homogenized electric and magnetic parameters, the relative permittivity and<br/><br>
the relative permeability, respectively, are found by suitable averages of the<br/><br>
solution of a local problem in the unit cell. A comparison between the exact<br/><br>
homogenization method presented in this paper and the traditional mixture<br/><br>
formulae, which are based on physical arguments, is made.},
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  year         = {2002},
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