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- J O Vasseur, P A Deymier, +6 authors J Zemmouri
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2002

The propagation of acoustic waves in a two-dimensional composite medium constituted of a square array of parallel copper cylinders in air is investigated both theoretically and experimentally. The band structure is calculated with the plane wave expansion (PWE) method by imposing the condition of elastic rigidity to the solid inclusions. The PWE results are… (More)

- A Khelif, B Aoubiza, S Mohammadi, A Adibi, V Laude
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2006

The propagation of acoustic waves in a phononic crystal slab consisting of piezoelectric inclusions placed periodically in an isotropic host material is analyzed. Numerical examples are obtained for a square lattice of quartz cylinders embedded in an epoxy matrix. It is found that several complete band gaps with a variable bandwidth exist for elastic waves… (More)

Articles you may be interested in Experimental evidence of high-frequency complete elastic bandgap in pillar-based phononic slabs Appl. Superlensing effect for surface acoustic waves in a pillar-based phononic crystal with negative refractive index Appl. Finite element analysis and experimental study of surface acoustic wave propagation through… (More)

- S Benchabane, A Khelif, J-Y Rauch, L Robert, V Laude
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2006

A complete surface acoustic wave band gap is found experimentally in a two-dimensional square-lattice piezoelectric phononic crystal etched in lithium niobate. Propagation in the phononic crystal is studied by direct generation and detection of surface waves using interdigital transducers. The complete band gap extends from 203 to 226 MHZ, in good agreement… (More)

It is shown that it is possible to obtain complete planar phononic bandgaps in square and hexagonal (honeycomb) lattice phononic crystals formed by etching a periodic array of circular holes in a thin silicon plate (or membrane). Also, better bandgap properties are obtained using the hexagonal lattice structure; and, with practical structure sizes, it is… (More)

- Vincent Laude, Mikaël Wilm, Sarah Benchabane, Abdelkrim Khelif
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2005

A plane-wave-expansion method suited to the analysis of surface-acoustic-wave propagation in two-dimensional piezoelectric phononic crystals is described. The surface modes of a square-lattice Y-cut lithium niobate phononic crystal with circular void inclusions with a filling fraction of 63% are identified. It is found that a large full band gap with a… (More)

Articles you may be interested in Subwavelength waveguiding of surface phonons in pillars-based phononic crystal Superlensing effect for surface acoustic waves in a pillar-based phononic crystal with negative refractive index Appl. Simulations of acoustic waves bandgaps in a surface of silicon with a periodic hole structure in a thin nickel film Finite… (More)

- Saeed Mohammadi, Ali A Eftekhar, Abdelkrim Khelif, Ali Adibi
- Optics express
- 2010

We demonstrate planar structures that can provide simultaneous two-dimensional phononic and photonic band gaps in opto-mechanical (or phoxonic) crystal slabs. Different phoxonic crystal (PxC) structures, composed of square, hexagonal (honeycomb), or triangular arrays of void cylindrical holes embedded in silicon (Si) slabs with a finite thickness, are… (More)

- P Dainese, P St J Russell, +4 authors A Khelif
- Optics express
- 2006

Raman and Brillouin scattering are normally quite distinct processes that take place when light is resonantly scattered by, respectively, optical and acoustic phonons. We show how few-GHz acoustic phonons acquire many of the same characteristics as optical phonons when they are tightly trapped, transversely and close to modal cut-off, inside the… (More)

- C Goffaux, J Sánchez-Dehesa, +4 authors B Djafari-Rouhani
- Physical review letters
- 2002

Sonic crystals consisting of three-dimensional arrays of units which exhibit localized resonances have been discovered recently. Here, it is shown that their two-dimensional counterparts behave in a similar manner. Particularly, it is observed that the transmittance spectra show very asymmetric peaks which are explained as a Fano-like interference… (More)