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Topological interface states induced by incident angle in the 1D elastic wave system

@inproceedings{Li2021TopologicalIS,
  title={Topological interface states induced by incident angle in the 1D elastic wave system},
  author={Pan Li and Wen Jun Hu and Pai Peng and Xue‐Feng Zhu and Degang Zhao},
  year={2021}
}
Topological interface states are currently attracting rapidly growing attention in 1D classical wave systems. However, little work has been done on topological interface states in 1D elastic wave systems, especially in the case of oblique incidence. This paper theoretically demonstrates the realization of topological interface states in a 1D elastic wave system by a composite plate structure composed of two phononic crystals (PCs) with different topological characteristics, which depend on the… 

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