Whether to re-calculate the points map by artificially shrinking the coordinate system by a factor of 0.99 to check if the points inside the medium surface are properly detected. This works for only one medium surface which is centered in the origin of the coordinate system.
File in OFF format with the shape of the linear medium.
This variable defines the shape of the linear medium box. The default is medium_parallelepiped.
The medium box will be a parallelepiped whose center and dimensions are taken from
the variable LinearMediumBoxSize.
The simulation box will be read from an external file in OFF format, defined by the variable LinearMediumBoxFile.
Defines center and size of a parallelepiped linear medium box.
center_x | center_y | center_z | x_length | y_length | z_length
Defines the type of numerical approximation used for the derivatives at the edges of the medium box. Default is edged. When the box shape is read from file, only the edged profile is supported.
Medium box edges are considered steep for derivatives.
Medium box edged and softened for derivatives.
Defines electromagnetic parameters for a linear medium box.
epsilon_factor | mu_factor | sigma_e | sigma_m
Permittivity factor, permeability factor, electric conductivity and magnetic conductivity of the medium box.
This allows to output phasor current vectors at particular points in space.
-1.0 | 2.0 | 4.0
0.0 | 1.0 | -2.0
Dispersion model used for the medium (only Drude model available for the moment).
Drude type of dispersion.
Damping factor (inverse relaxation time) of the medium.
Energy of the pole.
Strength of the pole (unitless).
If PlaneWaves should be fed to the box only from one side.
Side of the box in which plane waves are evaluated on the boundaries: negative would mean on boundaries which are towards negative values in the selected directions (e.g. -x).