James Leger, Editor-in-Chief
Nafiseh Zavareian and Reza Massudi
Nafiseh Zavareian1,2 and Reza Massudi1,*
1Laser and Plasma Research Institute, Shahid Beheshti University, Evin, GC, Tehran, 19839, Iran
2Physics Group, Department of Science, Shahid Beheshti University, Evin, GC, Tehran, 19839, Iran
*Corresponding author: email@example.com
Generalized Green’s Function Surface Integral Equation Method (G-GFSIEM) is used to study propagation of surface plasmon polariton waves at interface of two semi-infinite metal-dielectric waveguides. Reflection, transmission, and scattering coefficients for structures with different dielectric constants are calculated by using this method and by using energy conservation law. Conditions where scattering coefficient is maximized or minimized are studied. It is found that by using appropriate materials with specified dielectric constants, structures with required reflection, transmission, and scattering coefficients can be designed.
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