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Acoustic one-way mode conversion and transmission by sonic crystal waveguides
Acoustic Metamaterials and Phononic Crystals, Springer Series in Solid-State Sciences Vol. 173, edited by P. A. Deymier ( Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2013).
Q. Wang, Y. Yang, X. Ni, Y. L. Xu, X. C. Sun, Z. G. Chen, L. Feng, X. P. Liu, M. H. Lu, and Y. F. Chen, Sci. Rep. 5, 10880 (2015).
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We proposed a scheme to achieve one-way acoustic propagation and even–odd mode switching in two mutually perpendicular sonic crystal waveguides connected by a resonant cavity. The even mode in the entrance waveguide is able to switch to the odd mode in the exit waveguide through a symmetry match between the cavity resonant modes and the waveguide modes. Conversely, the odd mode in the exit waveguide is unable to be converted into the even mode in the entrance waveguide as incident waves and eigenmodes are mismatched in their symmetries at the waveguide exit. This one-way mechanism can be applied to design an acoustic diode for acoustic integration devices and can be used as a convertor of the acoustic waveguide modes.
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