Codes for electromagnetic scattering by cylinders – this article list codes for electromagnetic scattering by a cylinder.
Majority of existing codes for calculation of electromagnetic scattering by a single cylinder are based on Mie theory, which is an analytical solution of Maxwell's equations in terms of infinite series.
The compilation contains information about the electromagnetic scattering by cylindrical particles, relevant links, and applications.
|1983||BHCYL||Craig F. Bohren and Donald R. Huffman||||Fortran||Mie solution (infinite series) to scattering, absorption and phase function of electromagnetic waves by a homogeneous cylinder.|
|1992||SCAOBLIQ2.FOR||H. A. Yousif and E. Boutros||||Fortran||Cylinder, oblique incidence.|
|2002||Mackowski||D. Mackowski||Fortran||Cylinder, oblique incidence.|
|2008||jMie2D||Jeffrey M. McMahon||C++||Mie solution. Open-source software.|
|2015||nwabsorption||Sarath Ramadurgam||MATLAB||Computes various optical properties of a single nanowire with up to 2 shell layers using Mie-formalism.|
|2017||TMATROM||M. Ganesh and Stuart C. Hawkins||||MATLAB||Numerically stable T-matrix code for cylinders (including with noncircular cross sections).|
|2020||MieSolver||Stuart C. Hawkins||||MATLAB||One or more cylinders with mixed properties including solid and layered cylinders.|