Phononic Band Gaps in 2D Quadratic and 3D Cubic Cellular Structures
AbstractThe static and dynamic mechanical behaviour of cellular materials can be designed by the architecture of the underlying unit cell. In this paper, the phononic band structure of 2D and 3D cellular structures is investigated. It is shown how the geometry of the unit cell influences the band structure and eventually leads to full band gaps. The mechanism leading to full band gaps is elucidated. Based on this knowledge, a 3D cellular structure with a broad full band gap is identified. Furthermore, the dependence of the width of the gap on the geometry parameters of the unit cell is presented. View Full-Text
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Warmuth, F.; Körner, C. Phononic Band Gaps in 2D Quadratic and 3D Cubic Cellular Structures. Materials 2015, 8, 8327-8337.
Warmuth F, Körner C. Phononic Band Gaps in 2D Quadratic and 3D Cubic Cellular Structures. Materials. 2015; 8(12):8327-8337.Chicago/Turabian Style
Warmuth, Franziska; Körner, Carolin. 2015. "Phononic Band Gaps in 2D Quadratic and 3D Cubic Cellular Structures." Materials 8, no. 12: 8327-8337.