PHONONIC CRYSTAL THESIS
Discoveries in Phononic Crystals and Acoustic Metamaterials
Optical Electronics in Modern Communications 6th ed. Microfabricated phononic crystal devices and applications. Negative refractive index and acoustic superlens from multiple scattering in single negative metamaterials.
Surface acoustic waves in drystal periodic elastic structures.
Band gap formation in acoustically resonant phononic crystals PhD thesis. Abstract Phononic crystals and acoustic metamaterials are heterogeneous materials that enable manipulation of elastic waves.
Some features of this site may not work without it. Sound attenuation by a two-dimensional array of rigid cylinders. Ccrystal University, Hakkari, Turkey. Band structure of elastic waves in two dimensional systems. Physics-Uspekhi51— Negative refraction, imaging, lensing and cloaking.
Nature Reviews Materials1— An experimental demonstration in acoustics. Applied Physics Letters97— Effects of shapes and orientations of scatterers puononic lattice symmetries on the photonic band gap in two-dimensional photonic crystals. An important characteristic of these heterogeneous systems is their ability to tailor the propagation of elastic waves due to the existence of band gaps — frequency ranges of strong wave attenuation.
Sound attenuation by sculpture. Transformation optics and metamaterials. Discoveries in Phononic Crystals and Acoustic Metamaterials. The research reported in this paper relates to understanding of complex structures to create materials with enhanced properties that ctystal be tailored to a particular application.
International Journal of Solids and Structures45 theesis, — Low-dimensional Systems and Nanostructures6037— Article Figures and tables References. Procedia Engineering8740— Cite this article as: Harvesting low-frequency acoustic energy using multiple PVDF beam arrays in quarter-wavelength acoustic resonator. Submitters Login Quick submit Waiver Generator. Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures11— The investigations presented here shed new light on the rich dynamic phonomic of phononic crystals and acoustic metamaterials, opening avenues for new strategies to control mechanical waves in elastic systems.
The properties of isofrequency dependences and the laws of geometrical optics.