Acoustically induced transparency using Fano resonant periodic arrays
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AbstractA three-dimensional acoustic device, which supports Fano resonance and induced transparency in its response to an incident sound wave, is designed and fabricated. These effects are generated from the destructive interference of closely coupled one broad- and one narrow-band acoustic modes. The proposed design ensures excitation and interference of two spectrally close modes by locating a small pipe inside a wider and longer one. Indeed, numerical simulations and experiments demonstrate that this simple-to-fabricate structure can be used to generate Fano resonance as well as acoustically induced transparency with promising applications in sensing, cloaking, and imaging.
CitationAcoustically induced transparency using Fano resonant periodic arrays 2015, 118 (16):164901 Journal of Applied Physics
JournalJournal of Applied Physics