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Title: Azimuthally-dependent Finite Element Solution to the Cylindrical Resonator
Authors: Osegueda, R.
Pierluissi, J.
Gil, L.
Revilla, A.
Villalva, G.
Dick, G.
Wang, D. SantiagoR.
Issue Date: 21-Mar-1994
Citation: Monterey, California, USA
Abstract: The cylindrical cavity resonator loaded with an anisotropic dielectric is analyzed as a two-dimensional problem using a finite element approach that assumes sinusoidal dependence in azimuth. This methodology allows the first finite element treatment of the technically important case of a resonator containing a sapphire element with a cylindrically aligned c axis. Second order trial functions together with quadrilateral elements are adopted in the calculations. The method was validated through comparisons with the analytical solutions for the hollow metal cavity and a coaxial cavity, as well as through measurements on a shielded sapphire resonator.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/32335
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