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1) where (xi, yj, zk) points are defined by the i, j, k indices along the three axes of the grid. Also in G, the nonempty faces Am (m = 1, 2, ¼, NA) are the intersections of two cells, edges Lm (m = 1, 2, ¼, NL) signify the intersection of faces, and nodes Pm (m = 1, 2, ¼, NP) are created by the intersection of edges. Next, Maxwell’s laws and the related constitutive equations are discretized by allocating electric voltages, e, on the edges and magnetic fluxes, b, on the faces of a primary lattice and magnetic voltages, h, on the edges and electric fluxes, d, on the faces of a secondary (dual) lattice.

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