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S.v. Dukhopelnykov – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption crosssection (ACS) and the total scattering crosssection (TSCS) on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.

Scattering and Absorption of the Hpolarized Plane Wave of THz Range by a Circularly Curved Graphene Strip in the Free Space
, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, M.g. Vigueras, Ronan SauleauAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite circularly curved graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed in the free space. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method that has a guaranteed convergence. This trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the extinction crosssection (ECS) on the frequency, strip Angular Width and physical Width, and its radius of curvature. We derive approximate equation for the resonance frequencies of the graphene plasmon modes and demonstrate its agreement with fullwave computations in the THz range. © 2019 IEEE.
Alexander I. Nosich – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption crosssection (ACS) and the total scattering crosssection (TSCS) on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.
Ronan Sauleau – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption cross section and the total scattering cross section on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in a wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of the dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of the graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.

Combined plasmonresonance and photonicjet effect in the THz wave scattering by dielectric rod decorated with graphene strip
Journal of Applied Physics, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, Ronan Sauleau, Maria Garciavigueras, Alexander I. NosichAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite dielectric rod with a conformal graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed at the rod rear side. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method, which has a guaranteed convergence. This meshless trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the absorption crosssection (ACS) and the total scattering crosssection (TSCS) on the strip Angular Width and the frequency, in wide range from 1 GHz to 6 THz. We concentrate our analysis on studying the interplay between the broadband photonicjet effect of dielectric rod and the reasonably highQ resonances on the plasmon modes of graphene strip. It is found that as the photonic jet becomes brighter with higher frequencies, the plasmonmode resonances become more intensive as well.

Scattering and Absorption of the Hpolarized Plane Wave of THz Range by a Circularly Curved Graphene Strip in the Free Space
, 2019CoAuthors: S.v. Dukhopelnykov, M.g. Vigueras, Ronan SauleauAbstract:We consider the scattering of an Hpolarized plane wave by an infinite circularly curved graphene strip of arbitrary Angular Width, placed in the free space. Our analysis is based on the hypersingular integral equation for the current induced on the strip. Discretization of this equation is carried out by the Nystromtype method that has a guaranteed convergence. This trusted computational instrument enables us to plot the dependences of the extinction crosssection (ECS) on the frequency, strip Angular Width and physical Width, and its radius of curvature. We derive approximate equation for the resonance frequencies of the graphene plasmon modes and demonstrate its agreement with fullwave computations in the THz range. © 2019 IEEE.