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Realizing Acoustic Cloaking and Near-Zero Density with Acoustic Metastructure

  • Jiajun ZhaoEmail author
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Abstract

This chapter proposes an acoustic metastructure which has the property of near zero density and is developed for acoustic invisibility cloaking. This acoustic metastructure sustains the characteristics of the reported acoustic cloaks derived by transformation acoustics, and is also able to overcome the defect of topologically-optimized acoustic cloaks. Different from the traditional acoustic metamaterials which have complex (inhomogeneous or anisotropic) components of micro or subwavelength scales, our acoustic metastructure for invisibility cloaking is only made of single-piece homogeneous elastic copper in an accessible layout, including one pressure absorber and one pressure projector connected by an isolated energy channel.

Keywords

Radiation Impedance Invisibility Cloak High Resonant Frequency Acoustic Load Geometrical Dependence 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electrical and Computer EngineeringNational University of SingaporeSingaporeSingapore

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