In a previous paper, two of the authors have proposed and analyzed an entire hierarchy of optimized Schwarz methods for Maxwell's equations in both the time-harmonic and the time-domain case. The optimization process has been performed in a particular situation where the electric conductivity was neglected. Here, we take into account this physical parameter which leads to a fundamentally different analysis and a new class of algorithms for this more general case. From the mathematical point of view, the approach is different, since the algorithm does not encounter the pathological situations of the zero-conductivity case and thus the optimization problems are different. We analyze one of the algorithms in this class in detail and provide asymptotic results for the remaining ones. We illustrate our analysis with numerical results.
- Schwartz algorithms
- optimized transmission conditions
- Maxwell's equations
El Bouajaji, M., Dolean, V., Gander, M. J., & Lanteri, S. (2012). Optimized Schwarz methods for the time-harmonic Maxwell equations with damping. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 34(4). https://doi.org/10.1137/110842995