Artificial Materials by Olivier Vanbesien(auth.)

By Olivier Vanbesien(auth.)

This e-book addresses synthetic fabrics together with photonic crystals (PC) and metamaterials (MM).

The first half is dedicated to layout strategies: detrimental permeability and permittivity for detrimental refraction, periodic constructions, transformation optics.

The moment half matters workstation and MM in cease band regime: from cavities, publications to excessive impedance surfaces. irregular refraction, under one and unfavourable, in notebook and MM are studied in a 3rd half, addressing super-focusing and cloaking.

Applications for telecommunications, lasers and imaging platforms also are explored.

Chapter 1 Definitions and ideas (pages 3–12):
Chapter 2 The Metamaterial procedure – Permeability and Permittivity Engineering (pages 13–35):
Chapter three Photonic Crystal process – Band hole Engineering (pages 37–57):
Chapter four Transformation Optics (pages 59–70):
Chapter five aspect and prolonged Defects in Photonic Crystals (pages 73–94):
Chapter 6 Routing units made of Photonic Crystals (pages 95–119):
Chapter 7 unmarried unfavorable Metamaterials (pages 121–136):
Chapter eight Two?Dimensional Microwave Balanced Composite Prism (pages 139–155):
Chapter nine Metal?Dielectric fabrics – from the Terahertz to the seen (pages 157–176):
Chapter 10 irregular Refraction in Photonic Crystals (pages 177–195):
Chapter eleven A Photonic Crystal Flat Lens at Optical Wavelength (pages 197–223):
Chapter 12 Wave?Controlling platforms – in the direction of pass and Invisibility (pages 225–252):
Chapter thirteen Guiding, Filtering and Routing Electromagnetic Waves (pages 255–278):
Chapter 14 Antennas (pages 279–300):
Chapter 15 Optics: Fibers and Cavities (pages 301–320):
Chapter sixteen Detection, Imaging and Tomography structures (pages 321–340):

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11. (a) and (b): Ω chain configurations differing by the level of interconnection of their unit structures. (c) Simulated dispersion diagrams for chains (a) ({) and (b (z). The trihedral (????⃗ , ????⃗, ????⃗ ) reminds us of the excitation conditions for Ω Metamaterial Approach 31 We shall explore this analysis and the optimization of this type of combined lattice in more depth in Chapters 8 and 9 by also looking at the limits of their miniaturization when increasing operating frequency. As we have seen through these two approaches – combined lattices and imbricated lattices – the degrees of freedom of conception for these structures are large.

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If the geometric constraint is relaxed here, it is transferred to the building material. Very high permittivity levels can be found in ferroelectrics, for example, but the increase in targeted operating frequencies remains problematic as soon as we wish to go beyond the terahertz level, due not only to the intrinsic loss of the materials but also to the systematically decreasing permittivity values! 12. (a) Maps of the lines of the electric field (dotted lines) and magnetic field (continuous lines) for the first two resonating modes of a dielectric sphere.

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