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    CPW based superconducting resonator using CST

    I simulated some superconducting Resonator by CST. but I can't find any resonating in S21 by time domain solver, but when I used frequency domain solver, It resonated, but not in the right frequency. what is problem? I checked all the parameter I know, boundary condition, background material, accuracy etc.

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    Re: CPW based superconducting resonator using CST

    If you think about the simulation method, high Q resonance and time domain solver is not a good combination.

    The users that I know use Sonnet for accurate calculation of their superconducting resonators, and use CST only for visualization (field plots) of the superconducting resonators.


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    Re: CPW based superconducting resonator using CST

    Thank you for your answer, I am trying to make some combination of CPW and Metamaterials structures, Sonnet seems to not good for metamaterials, and CST suit has enough solver to handle this situation, the problem is I just can not find a right good resonate in S21.



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    Re: CPW based superconducting resonator using CST

    Quote Originally Posted by Shawn-zxb View Post
    and CST suit has enough solver to handle this situation, the problem is I just can not find a right good resonate in S21.
    Good luck then. It's all about dense meshing and numerical precision.



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