Thermal invisibility based on scattering cancellation and mantle cloaking

@inproceedings{Farhat2015ThermalIB,
  title={Thermal invisibility based on scattering cancellation and mantle cloaking},
  author={M{\'i}sia Farhat and P.-Y. Chen and Hakan Bagci and Claude Amra and S{\'e}bastien Guenneau and Andrea Al{\'u}},
  booktitle={Scientific reports},
  year={2015}
}
We theoretically and numerically analyze thermal invisibility based on the concept of scattering cancellation and mantle cloaking. We show that a small object can be made completely invisible to heat diffusion waves, by tailoring the heat conductivity of the spherical shell enclosing the object. This means that the thermal scattering from the object is suppressed, and the heat flow outside the object and the cloak made of these spherical shells behaves as if the object is not present. Thermal… CONTINUE READING

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