## FD3D
## System RequirementsUNIX-like operating system (e.g., LINUX or OS X) PETSc 3.5 or later
## DownloadPress the “Download ZIP” button in the right panel of FD3D's GitHub page. ## ExamplesStructure of a 3D plasmonic coaxial waveguide bend (green plane: modal source)
... and the wave propagating thorough the 3D plasmonic coaxial waveguide bend
More examples: [link]
## How to UseFD3D can be installed on personal computers, but it is typically installed on LINUX clusters to handle large 3D problems. Once the solution is obtained in a LINUX cluster, you can download the solution files to your personal computer and load them in MaxwellFDFD for further analysis. ## How to CiteYou are welcome to cite the following papers about the techniques used in FD3D: W. Shin and S. Fan, “Choice of the perfectly matched layer boundary condition for frequency-domain Maxwell's equations solvers,” *Journal of Computational Physics*, vol. 231, pp. 3406–3431 (2012) [pdf]W. Shin and S. Fan, “Accelerated solution of the frequency-domain Maxwell's equations by engineering the eigenvalue distribution,” *Optics Express*, vol. 21, pp. 22578–22595 (2013) [pdf]
You can also cite the URL of FD3D's GitHub page as follows: W. Shin, FD3D Webpage, 2015. https://github.com/wsshin/fd3d
If you use L @webpage{fd3d-webpage, Author = {Wonseok Shin}, Note = {{https://github.com/wsshin/fd3d}}, Title = {{FD3D} {W}ebpage}, Year = {2015} } |