Filtering properties and local energy distribution in different classes of periodic micro-structured elastic systems are analysed in this work. Out-of-plane wave propagation is considered in continuous and discrete elastic systems arranged in series and parallel. Filtering properties are determined from the analysis of dispersion diagrams and energy distribution within different phases in the representative unit cell. These are determined analytically by implementing a transfer matrix formalism. The analysis given in the work indicates quantitatively how to couple phases, having discrete and continuous nature, in order to tune wave propagation and energy localisation.

Filtering Properties of Discrete and Continuous Elastic Systems in Series and Parallel

Silvia Sulis
Primo
;
Anar Rakhimzhanova
Secondo
;
Michele Brun
Ultimo
2022-01-01

Abstract

Filtering properties and local energy distribution in different classes of periodic micro-structured elastic systems are analysed in this work. Out-of-plane wave propagation is considered in continuous and discrete elastic systems arranged in series and parallel. Filtering properties are determined from the analysis of dispersion diagrams and energy distribution within different phases in the representative unit cell. These are determined analytically by implementing a transfer matrix formalism. The analysis given in the work indicates quantitatively how to couple phases, having discrete and continuous nature, in order to tune wave propagation and energy localisation.
micro-structured systems; dispersion properties; transfer matrix
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