Floquet theorem

Floquet theorem

[flō′kā ‚thir·əm]
(mathematics)
A second-order linear differential equation whose coefficients are periodic single-valued functions of an independent variable x has a solution of the form e μ x P (x) where μ is a constant and P (x) a periodic function.
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On the basis of Floquet theorem [11, 12], the formulation of scalar Floquet modes [13] is given by:
Employing the Floquet theorem, we factor the field solution in the structure according to
According to the Floquet theorem, only the tetrahedral unit cell mesh is considered within the FE technique.