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An Appendix deals with a proof of the equivalence of two different sym- metrised Maxwell-Garnett approximations. 2. Aggregate and separate grain structure ... which is the Maxwell-Garnett approximation (MG) (Garnett 1904, 1906) for an A inclusion in a B host.

We shall adapt the basic layout of the equivalent circuit for the Maxwell-Garnett mixing equation given in [3] to accommodate for an arbitrary particle permittivity. The layout of this equivalent circuit is shown in Fig. 1.1.

In this paper we discuss the implementation of different equilibrium concentrations in each of the phases into the Maxwell-Garnett effective medium formula for diffusion in heterogeneous media. We put the derivation given by Kalnin et al., J. Phys. Chem. Solids, 2002, 63, 449, on safer grounds and extend it

The Hashin–Shtrikman bound . is equivalent to the Maxwell Garnett estimate of the HCM relative permittivity, based on the homogenization of a random dispersal of spheres of component material 'a' embedded in the host component material 'b', valid for .[18 Maxwell Garnett JC.

This paper responds to the recent needs for homogenized models of bi-phased mixtures, compatible with the FDTD electromagnetic simulation method. We propose an explicit transformation of the Maxwell-Garnett mixing rule to the Debye relaxation formula. For that purpose, both models are rearranged into rational functions, and the conditions for their equivalence …

Abstract: This paper responds to the recent needs of the industrial microwave power community for homogenized models of bi-phased mixtures, compatible with the FDTD electromagnetic simulation method. We propose an explicit transformation of the Maxwell-Garnett …

MaxwelI-Garnett Model 553 where e is the permittivity scalar, ~t is the permeability scalar, while Qt and ~ are the magnetoelectric pseudoscalars.

Maxwell Garnett Theory In the section on Specifying Materials : For dielectric films embedded with spherical metal granules much smaller than the thickness of the film and the wavelengths under consideration, Maxwell Garnett Theory provides a means to calculate the effective n and k .

effects are assumed to be the same as those of an equivalent circular inhomogeneity. The key aspect of the approach isto ... H. Lorenz (1878), and Maxwell Garnett (1904) (see, for example, [2,3] and the references therein). These rela-tively simple approximations remain extremely popular;

A2-05 1 Equivalence of Magnetic Metamaterials and Composites in the View of Effective Medium Theories Zsolt Szabó 1 and János Füzi 2 1Department of Broadband Infocommunications and ...

Rigorous superposition T-matrix method is used to compute light interaction with mesocrystalline structures. The results are used to validate the applicability of effective medium theories for computing the effective optical constants of mesocrystal structures composed of optically isotropic materials. It is demonstrated that the Maxwell-Garnett theory can fit the rigorous simulation results ...

From Maxwell Garnett to Debye Model for Electromagnetic Simulation of Composite Dielectrics Part I: Random Spherical Inclusions ..., James L. Drewniak, Fellow, IEEE, and Antonio Orlandi, Fellow, IEEE Abstract—A semianalytical approach to obtain an equivalent Debye frequency dependence of effective permittivity for biphasic materials …

This paper responds to the recent needs of the industrial microwave power community for homogenized models of bi-phased mixtures, compatible with the FDTD electromagnetic simulation method.

(4.6) The Maxwell Garnett model is equivalent to the Claudius-Mosotti relation, used to relate the refractive index and molecular polarizability. The Bruggeman's EMA is proposed as a result of development of the Maxwell Garnett model.

An analytical model is presented based on an equivalent ... (Maxwell Garnett, logarithmic, Bruggeman, series, and parallel mixing rules). Model predictions are also compared with published experimental data and are found to be in good agreement.

We shall adapt the basic layout of the equivalent circuit for the Maxwell-Garnett mixing equation given in [3] to accommodate for an arbitrary particle permittivity. The layout of this equivalent circuit is shown in Fig. 1.1.

Maxwell-Garnett mixing rules show slightly better agree- ment with the model calculations of extinction and absorp- tion for inclusion radii around r s0.2Rx .1.678,

The Maxwell-Garnett method is based on Maxwell-Garnett׳s equivalent medium theory, and is used when the position of the insoluble core is random in the mixed particle (Fig. 1c). The Bruggeman method assumes that each part of the particle retains a spherical shape and remains in contact with other parts of the particle at the surface ( …

Article Applicability of Effective Medium Approximations to Modelling of Mesocrystal Optical Properties Oleksandr Zhuromskyy Institute of Optics, Information and Photonics, University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Haberstrasse 9a,

A dynamical theory for the Mori–Tanaka and Ponte … His result is now widely referred to as the Maxwell–Garnett approximation in the ... Indeed there exists equivalence between the results of Maxwell and Mori ...

This paper presents a closed-form noniterative transformation of the Maxwell-Garnett mixing rule for biphased mixtures to the triple-pole Debye relaxation

It is possible to continue to elaborate on these limits as they apply in Abe and Gomi's [4] work however, it must be emphasized that these restrictions actually apply to the effective medium type of approach to the problem as described by Maxwell Garnett [6], Bruggemann [7] and others [8,9].

Effective medium approximations (abbreviated as EMA) or effective medium theory (EMT) pertain to analytical or theoretical modeling that describes the macroscopic properties of composite materials. EMAs or EMTs are developed from averaging the multiple values of the constituents that directly make up the composite material.