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FDTD Simulation in Matlab,C++ or FORTRAN

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Does anyone know how to code an FDTD code in Matlab for a dielectric slab? I don't mind being pointed in the helpful resources so that I do my own reading. The slab is like three horizontal slabs (like a sandwidch) and the EM waves propagate in the middle slab
 

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Your starting points should be two textbooks, one by Taflove and Hagness and another by Sullivan, which are full of hints.

Happy reading!
 

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Hi, I went through the books and managed to write simple codes in C and MATLAB. But my problem is: all the simulations have the dielectric vertical. I would like to have the same scenario, but with waves propagation through the dielectric that is bounded by layers that have a much higher conductivity. How do I 'rotate' the computational domain (in 1D first and the I can do the rest)?
 

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