DFG-Project: Resonances in open systems
We develope and analyse algorithms for the simulation of resonances in open systems arising in accoustics.
We want to simulate the resonances of open excitable technical systems using the newly developed pole-condtion method. The main application are resonances of wing-flap configurations, one of the main sources of aerodynamic noise during landing.
- Goal oriented adaptive finite element method for precise simulation of optical componentsIn: Proc. SPIE, Integrated Optics: Devices, Materials, and Technologies XI, Y. Sidorin and Ch. A. Waechter (ed) , Vol. 6475, 64750H (2007)
- FEM investigation of leaky modes in hollow core photonic crystal fibersIn: Proc. SPIE, Photonic Crystal Materials and Devices VI, A. Adibi, S.-Y. Lin and A. Scherer (ed) , Vol. 6480, 64800M (2007)
- Advanced Finite Element Method for Nano-ResonatorsIn: Physics and Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices XIV, M. Osinski and F. Henneberger and Y. Arakawa (ed) Proc. SPIE, Vol. 6115, 164-174 (2006)