26 March 2012 Anisotropic metamaterials as sensing devices in acoustics and electromagnetism
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We analyze the properties of acoustic and electromagnetic metamaterials with anisotropic constitutive parameters. Particularly, we analyze the so-called Radial Wave Crystals, which are radially periodic structures verifying the Bloch theorem. This type of crystals can be designed and implemented in acoustics as well as in electromagnetism by using anisotropic metamaterials. In acoustics, we have previously predicted that they can be employed as acoustic cavities with huge quality factors and also like dynamically driven antennas. Similar functionalities are here proven in the electromagnetic domain with, in particular, an analysis of the functionality of practical devices operating in the microwave regime. Starting from our recent works on anisotropic structures and their comparison in both application fields, we present a complete discussion concerning their properties in acoustics and electromagnetics.
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Jose Sánchez-Dehesa, Jose Sánchez-Dehesa, Daniel Torrent, Daniel Torrent, Jorge Carbonell, Jorge Carbonell, } "Anisotropic metamaterials as sensing devices in acoustics and electromagnetism", Proc. SPIE 8346, Smart Sensor Phenomena, Technology, Networks, and Systems Integration 2012, 834606 (26 March 2012); doi: 10.1117/12.916043; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.916043
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