Acoustic Meta-atoms: An Experimental Determination of the Monopole and Dipole Scattering Coefficients
Acoustic metamaterials are materials engineered to manipulate and structure acoustic fields to a degree with no parallel in natural materials. They are created from small sub-wavelength sized unit building blocks referred to as meta-atoms. These are generally arranged in a periodic array to form what behaves as a continuous metamaterial. There are many potential applications of acoustic metamaterials all with novel properties not seen in other devices; such as...[Show more]
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