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Acoustic Non-Reciprocity in Lattices With Nonlinearity, Internal Hierarchy, and Asymmetry: Computational Study

Fronk, Matthew D. and Tawfick, Sameh and Daraio, Chiara and Li, Shuangbao and Vakakis, Alexander and Leamy, Michael J. (2019) Acoustic Non-Reciprocity in Lattices With Nonlinearity, Internal Hierarchy, and Asymmetry: Computational Study. Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, 141 (5). Art. No. 051011. ISSN 1048-9002. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20190802-154910921

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Abstract

Reciprocity is a property of linear, time-invariant systems whereby the energy transmission from a source to a receiver is unchanged after exchanging the source and receiver. Nonreciprocity violates this property and can be introduced to systems if time-reversal symmetry and/or parity symmetry is lost. While many studies have induced nonreciprocity by active means, i.e., odd-symmetric external biases or time variation of system properties, considerably less attention has been given to acoustical structures that passively break reciprocity. This study presents a lattice structure with strong stiffness nonlinearities, internal scale hierarchy, and asymmetry that breaks acoustic reciprocity. Macroscopically, the structure exhibits periodicity yet asymmetry exists in its unit cell design. A theoretical study, supported by experimental validation, of a two-scale unit cell has revealed that reciprocity is broken locally, i.e., within a single unit cell of the lattice. In this work, global breaking of reciprocity in the entire lattice structure is theoretically analyzed by studying wave propagation in the periodic arrangement of unit cells. Under both narrowband and broadband excitation, the structure exhibits highly asymmetrical wave propagation, and hence a global breaking of acoustic reciprocity. Interpreting the numerical results for varying impulse amplitude, as well as varying harmonic forcing amplitude and frequency/wavenumber, provides strong evidence that transient resonant capture is the driving force behind the global breaking of reciprocity in the periodic structure. In a companion work, some of the theoretical results presented herein are experimentally validated with a lattice composed of two-scale unit cells under impulsive excitation.


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Daraio, Chiara0000-0001-5296-4440
Additional Information:© 2019 ASME. Received January 23, 2018; Accepted April 30, 2019. This research was supported in part by the National Science Foundation (Emerging Frontiers Research Initiative NewLAW Program) through Grants 1332862 and 1741565. Shuangbao Li is grateful for the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NNSFC) through Grant No. 11472298; Funder ID: 10.13039/501100001809 which made possible his visiting appointment at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.
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NSFCMMI-1332862
NSFEFMA-1741565
National Natural Science Foundation of China11472298
Subject Keywords:nonreciprocity, periodic structures, nonlinear wave propagation, hierarchical materials
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Official Citation:Fronk MD, Tawfick S, Daraio C, Li S, Vakakis A, Leamy MJ. Acoustic Non-Reciprocity in Lattices With Nonlinearity, Internal Hierarchy, and Asymmetry: Computational Study. ASME. J. Vib. Acoust. 2019;141(5):051011-051011-11. doi:10.1115/1.4043783.
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