Numerical Modeling of Photonic Jet behind Triangular Prism

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Arnold Abramov
Yutao Yue
Mingming Wang
Zongyang Wang
Yajun Xu

Abstract

The scattering of electromagnetic plane waves by triangular prism and its truncated form (the isosceles triangle and the trapezoid are transverse sections, respectively) has been studied in order to determine possibility of high field intensity (photonic jet) formation. Using high-resolution finite-difference time-domain simulation, an optimal relationship between the wavelength and the size of the prism was found to form photonic jet with sub wavelength waist on the shadow side of the prism. Truncation of the prism (with trapezoids as transverse sections) leads to an improvement in the characteristics of photonic jets (intensity, length and waist). A qualitative explanation of the simulation results obtained is presented.

Keywords:
Electromagnetic wave, FDTD, Intensity, photonic jet, triangular prism.

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Abramov, A., Yue, Y., Wang, M., Wang, Z., & Xu, Y. (2021). Numerical Modeling of Photonic Jet behind Triangular Prism. Asian Journal of Research and Reviews in Physics, 4(1), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.9734/ajr2p/2021/v4i130131
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