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The Maxwell-Garnett EMA represents heterogeneous mixtures in which small amounts of one (or two) material are in a matrix of the other material. The Bruggeman approximation, which is the most commonly used, extends to represent materials which span the entire range of composition.

Erratum: Extension of the Maxwell-Garnett theory for ...

Erratum: Extension of the Maxwell-Garnett theory for granular surfaces [J. Appl. Phys. 53, 648 (1982)]

Evaluation of extended Maxwell-Garnett theories ...

Aug 15, 2000· A few versions of effective medium theories that have been suggested as size dependent extensions of the Maxwell-Garnett theory are compared. The degree to which the different theories satisfy a physical consistency criterion is evaluated. The inapplicability of the extended Maxwell-Garnett theories to heating rate calculations is discussed.

The Optical Constants of Solution‐Processed Semiconductors ...

It does not require any computation of underlying concentration parameters, anisotropy, or effective optical constants along the lines of Bruggeman or Maxwell‐Garnett models as for the fitting of ellipsometric data, which cannot always accurately model blends as a single layer. The method can also be applied to purely transparent layers, or ...

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We exploit the anisotropic plasmonic behavior of gold nanorods (AuNRs) to obtain a waveguide with a nonlinear coefficient dependent on both the frequency and polarization of incident light. The optical properties of the waveguide are described by an extension of the Maxwell Garnett model to nonlinear optics and anisotropic nanoparticles. Then, we perform a study of modulation instability (MI ...

Extension of Maxwell‐Garnett theory for granular surfaces ...

The Maxwell‐Garnett theory is generally used to describe the optical behavior of aggregated metallic films. This theory is, however, restricted to ultrafine particles whose main dimension can be considered very small compared to that of the wavelength. With particle dimensions in experiments generally larger than 10 nm, this approach is no longer valid for many metals.

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Two of the most popular effective medium theories are the so- called Maxwell-Garnett (MG) theory [25,26] and its general- ization, the extended Maxwell-Garnett (EMG) theory [27, 28]. In the former ...

Extended Maxwell-Garnett-Mie formulation applied to size ...

A. Maxwell-Garnett (MG) and Maxwell-Garnett Mie theories (MGM) In dipolar approximation, the effective dielectric function ε eff of the composite medium which consists of spherical in-clusions embedded in a host matrix is related to the polar-izability α of the inclusions through the Clausius-Mossotti relation:9,10 ε eff −ε m ε eff +2ε ...

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Aug 20, 2019· Pioneering the design of materials for harnessing heat. Overview. WPTherml stands for William Paterson University's tool for Thermal Energy and Radiation management with Multi Layer nanostructures.The vision of this software package is to provide an easy-to-use platform for the design of materials with tailored optical and thermal properties for the vast number of energy applications where ...

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A few versions of effective medium theories that have been suggested as size dependent extensions of the Maxwell-Garnett theory are compared. The degree to which the different theories satisfy a physical consistency criterion is evaluated. The inapplicability of the extended Maxwell-Garnett theories to heating rate calculations is discussed.

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The required quasi-static extension of the Maxwell–Garnett formula (1), also known as extended Maxwell–Garnett formula, can be obtained by Mie theory [20, 21], eff = h x3 −3i fTE 1 x3 + 3 2 i fT E 1, (2) where TE 1 is theelectric-dipole component of the scattering T-matrix of a single sphere.

THE EXTENSION OF THE MAXWELL GARNETT MIX- ING RULE …

THE EXTENSION OF THE MAXWELL GARNETT MIX-ING RULE FOR DIELECTRIC COMPOSITES WITH NONUNIFORM ORIENTATION OF ELLIPSOIDAL IN-CLUSIONS B. Salski* QWED Sp. z o.o., 12/1 Krzywickiego 02-078, Warsaw, Poland Abstract|This paper presents the extension of the Maxwell Garnett efiective medium model accounting for an arbitrary orientation of ellipsoidal ...

Applicability of Effective Medium Approximations to ...

Maxwell-Garnett Bruggeman a) wavelength [nm] 300 400 500 600 700 c] 0 10 20 30 average Maxwell-Garnett Bruggeman b) Figure 2. Extinction cross sections of mesocrystalline particle computed using the superposition T-matrix method and the Lorenz-Mie theory(a). Deviation of the Lorenz-Mie results from the exact superposition T-matrix extinction ...

Extension of anisotropic effective medium theory to ...

This paper develops an analytical effective medium theory (EMT) equation for calculating the effective conductivity of a mixture based on Maxwell's and Maxwell-Garnett's theories, extended to higher volume fractions using Bruggeman's unsymmetrical treatment (BUT), with a long term goal of extending the treatment to mixtures more representative of real materials in order to calculate their ...

Surface Plasmon Mediated Optical Limiting in Dilute ...

Request PDF | Surface Plasmon Mediated Optical Limiting in Dilute Metallodielectric Systems | An extension of the Maxwell Garnett theory is used to computationally study the influence of metal ...

Losses Approximation for Soft Magnetic Composites Based on ...

less, DHM, being an extension of Maxwell-Garnett (MG) model, is restricted to composites with low property con-trast. In this paper, an analytical homogenization strategy is proposed to estimate the EC losses in SMC under standard operating conditions for electrical machines by defining an equivalent conductivity based on a loss equivalence.

On the Extended Maxwell-Garnett and the Extended Burggeman ...

Mar 01, 1994· Comparison has been made with the similar extension of the Maxwell-Garnett formula. In both extensions, the dielectric inclusion has been represented solely by an electric dipole, but the Mossotti-Clausius polarizability has been replaced by one that takes into better account the singularity behavior of the free space dyadic Green's function.

Refinement of the Maxwell Formula for Fiber-Reinforced ...

P. Mallet, C. A. Guérin and A. Sentenac, Maxwell–Garnett mixing rule in the presence of multiple scattering: Derivation and accuracy, Phys. Rev. B 72(1) (2005) 014205. Crossref, Google Scholar; 41. B. Salski, The extension of the Maxwell Garnett mixing rule for dielectric composites with nonuniform orientation of ellipsoidal inclusions, Prog ...

Describing the transition in the effective optical ...

Extension of the Maxwell-Garnett rule We now propose to blend these classical limiting cases (2D and 3D) together so as to provide a mixing rule able to treat continuously the transition between them, since intermediate situations are of high practical importance. As a first step, as illustrated in Fig. 1-(c), because the interaction with the ...

Applicability Study of Classical and Contemporary Models ...

can thus be considered an extension, as well as a correction, of Lichtenecker's formula. Maxwell Garnett Mixing Rule First presented in [Maxwell Garnett, 1904; Maxwell Garnett, 1905], the two-phase Maxwell Garnett formula was developed to determine the optical properties of a particular glass substance that contained

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The films' average dielectric function is derivable from a Maxwell-Garnett model in which randomly oriented nanograins with anatase short-range atomic order are embedded in a conducting background.

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Schematic diagrams showing the difference between the microstructures of (a) the Maxwell–Garnett model and (b) the Textural model. In the Textural model, the new background (with conductivity of σ CRI) is described by the complex refractive index (CRI) mixing law while the host material (with conductivity of σ h) in the Maxwell–Garnett model is now assumed as an inclusion also.

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CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Abstract—An analytical model of a composite dielectric presented in this paper is the extension of Maxwell Garnett formulation. It takes into account the simultaneous statistical (Gaussian) distribution of conductivity and aspect ratio of inclusions. The inclusions are randomly oriented elongated conducting ...

On the Bergman-Milton bounds for the homogenization of ...

The Bergman–Milton bounds provide limits on the effective permittivity of a composite material comprising two isotropic dielectric materials. These provide tight bounds for composites arising from many conventional materials. We reconsider the Bergman–Milton bounds in light of the recent emergence of metamaterials, in which unconventional parameter ranges for relative permittivities are ...

Adapting Bobbert-Vlieger model to spectroscopic ...

Aug 01, 2017· The well-known Maxwell-Garnett model [23,24] provides a useful validation for our predictions from the extended Bobbert-Vlieger model. The Maxwell-Garnett approach is based on effective medium approximation (EMA), assuming a layer of …

Engineering modes in optical fibers with metamaterial ...

In this paper, we report a preliminary theoretical study on optical fibers with fine material inclusions whose geometrical inhomogeneity is almost indistinguishable by the operating wavelength.We refer to such fibers as metamaterial optical fibers, which can conceptually be considered as an extension from the previously much publicized microstructured optical fibers.

Cloaking dielectric spherical objects by a shell of ...

We show that dielectric spheres can be cloaked by a shell of amorphously arranged metallic nanoparticles. The shell represents an artificial medium with tunable effective properties that can be adjusted such that the scattered signals of shell and sphere almost cancel each other. We provide an analytical model for the cloak design and prove numerically that the cloak operates as desired. We ...

Effective medium approximations for anisotropic composites ...

A Maxwell Garnett approximation (MGA) and a symmetric effective medium approximation (SEMA) are derived for anisotropic composites of host-inclusion and symmetric-grains ... tem, have also been treated by a similar extension of the SEMA.13,14 These generalizations consider mixtures in which the anisotropy is local and the grains are randomly ori-