The Unidirectional Pulse Propagation Equation for Cylindrical Vector modes
A new model for the unidirectional pulse propagation equations (UPPE) was developed by Per Jacobsen, this model is based on the assumption of cylindrical vector (CV) modes. The model will be strong for CV type electrical eld representations where only a few modes will be excited. In this thesis we will investigate the model further. The model will be implemented as a pseudo spectral method where both the Fourier and Hankel transform are necessary.
ForlagUiT Norges arktiske universitet
UiT The Arctic University of Norway
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