Daraio, C. and Nesterenko, V. and Jin, S. (2004) Strongly Nonlinear Waves in 3D Phononic Crystals. In: Shock compression of condensed matter--2003 : proceedings of the Conference of the American Physical Society Topical Group on Shock Compression of Condensed Matter held at Portland, Oregon, 20-25 July 2003. American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings. No.706. American Institute of Physics , Melville, NY, pp. 197-200. ISBN 0-7354-0181-0 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:DARaipcp04
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Three dimensional phononic crystal ("sonic vacuum" without prestress) was assembled from 137 vertical cavities arranged in hexagonal pattern in Silicone matrix filled with stainless steel spheres. This system has unique strongly nonlinear properties with respect to wave propagation inherited from nonlinear Hertz type elastic contact interaction. Trains of strongly nonlinear solitary waves excited by short duration impact were investigated. Solitary wave with speed below sound speed in the air and reflection from the boundary of two "sonic vacuums" were detected.
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|Subject Keywords:||solitons; crystals; phonons; silicones; wave propagation; stainless steel; velocity|
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