The Perspective of a Homogenization Approach for Effective Local and Non-local Response of the Elastic Wave Properties of Phononic Metamaterials
1Tecnológico Nacional de México/Instituto Tecnológico de Puebla, Av. Tecnológico, No. 420, Corredor Industrial la Ciénega, Puebla, Pue., CP 72220, México
2Facultad de Ingeniería y Electrónica - Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Blvd. Valsequillo y Av. San Claudio, s/n, edif. ING-2, Col. San Manuel, Ciudad Universitaria, Puebla, Puebla, 72570, México
3Tecnológico Nacional de México/I.T. Apizaco. Carretera Apizaco-Tzompantepec, esquina con Av. Instituto Tecnológico S/N, Conurbado Apizaco-Tzompantepec, Tlaxcala, CP 90300, México
4Tecnológico Nacional de México/ Instituto Tecnológico de Veracruz, Calz. Miguel Ángel de Quevedo 2779,
Col. Formando Hogar, Veracruz, Ver. CP 91897, México
Adv. Mater. Lett., 2020, 11 (12), 20121581
Publication Date (Web): Nov 09, 2020
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This review summarizes progress about a recent homogenization theory based on the Fourier formalism for solid phononic crystals, which is valid for arbitrary Bravais lattice and any form of inclusions in the unit cell. The theory provides explicit expressions for the tensors of the eﬀective nonlocal elastic response (dependence on frequency and wave vector), namely the eﬀective dynamic mass-density and compliance matrices. With the use of this theory, our predictions in the quasistatic limit for one and two-dimensional phononic crystals coincide with those of finite-element and asymptotic-homogenization methods. It is also shown that the derived expressions can be applied to phononic crystals with liquid components (two-dimensional sonic crystals) and agree with predictions of the multiple scattering theory. The formalism of non-local effects is fully demonstrated only for a one-dimensional elastic metamaterial having simultaneously negative eﬀective dynamic mass density and elastic shear modulus. The development and applications of this homogenization theory, unlike other formalisms, arises from the inspiration of intense research efforts to simultaneously describe local and non-local effective properties in elastic periodic structures.
Metamaterial, phononic crystal, homogenization, effective parameters.