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Comparison between discrete dipole approximation and other modelling methods for the plasmonic response of gold nanospheres
(Springer Science+Business Media, 2014-05)
We investigate the plasmonic response of gold nanospheres calculated using discrete dipole approximation validated against the results from other discretization methods, namely the finite-difference time-domain method and ...
Analysis of near-field radiation transfer within nano-gaps using FDTD method
Enhancement of near-field radiative emission via coupling of surface plasmons in nano-gaps formed between thin films is important for understanding and implementation of energy harvesting using nano-thermophotovoltaic ...
Coupling of near-field thermal radiative heating and phonon Monte Carlo simulation: Assessment of temperature gradient in n-doped silicon thin film
Near-field thermal radiative exchange between two objects is typically more effective than the far-field thermal radiative exchange as the heat flux can increase up to several orders higher in magnitudes due to tunneling ...
Special issue on micro- and nano-scale radiative transfer
The seventh international symposium on radiative transfer
This Special Issue of The Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer is based on the papers selected from the Seventh International Symposium on Radiative Transfer, which was held June 2013 in Kuşadası, ...
Near to far-field thermal emission by nanoparticles on a substrate: Evaluation of effective medium theory
(The Optical Society, 2014)
We study the near to far-field thermal emission of a thin SiC film with/without nanospheres placed upon it. We show that Effective Medium Theorem produces questionable results when approximating emission and absorption ...
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