Acoustic confinement and waveguiding with a line-defect structure in phononic crystal slabs
Eftekhar, Ali Asghar
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We present a new way of forming phononic crystal waveguides by coupling a series of line-defect resonators. The dispersion proprieties of these coupled resonator acoustic waveguides CRAW can be engineered by using their geometrical parameters.We show that single-mode guiding over a large bandwidth is possible in CRAW formed in a honeycomb-lattice phononic crystal slab of holes in zinc oxide. In addition, a finite length of CRAW structure acts as an efficient selective acoustic filter for Lamb waves.
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