Sébastien Guenneau

Sébastien Guenneau
French National Centre for Scientific Research | CNRS · Institut Fresnel

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Advances in material architectures have enabled endowing materials with exotic attributes not commonly available in the conventional realm of mechanical engineering. Twisting, a mechanism whereby metamaterials are used to transform static axial load into twist motion, is of particular interest to this study. Herein, computations based on the finite...
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We design sources for the two-dimensional Helmholtz equation that can cloak an object by cancelling out the incident field in a region, without the sources completely surrounding the object to hide. As in previous work for real positive wavenumbers, the sources are also determined by the Green identities. The novelty is that we prove that the same...
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Understanding the acoustic scattering and radiation force and torque of an object is important in various fields, such as underwater communication, acoustic imaging, and noninvasive characterization, as well as biomedical ultrasound. Generally, acoustic scattering is considered for static (non-moving) objects and the impinging signal is typically a...
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Recent developments in the engineering of metamaterials have brought forth a myriad of mesmerizing mechanical properties that do not exist in ordinary solids. Among these, twisting metamaterials, acoustical chirality, or Willis coupling are sample-size dependent. The purpose of this work is, first, to examine the mechanical performance of a new twi...
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Invisibility cloaks for flexural waves have been mostly examined in the continuous-wave regime, while invisibility is likely to deteriorate for short pulses. Here, we propose the practical realization of a unidirectional invisibility cloak for flexural waves based on an area-preserving coordinate transformation. Time-resolved experiments reveal how...
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Bounded domains have discrete eigenfrequencies/spectra, and cavities with different boundaries and areas have different spectra. A general methodology for isospectral twinning, whereby the spectra of different cavities are made to coincide, is created by combining ideas from across physics including transformation optics, inverse problems and metam...
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Asymmetric heat transfer systems, often referred to as thermal diodes or thermal rectifiers, have garnered increasing interest due to their wide range of application possibilities. Most of those previous macroscopic thermal diodes either resort to nonlinear thermal conductivities with strong temperature dependence that may be quite limited by or fi...
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Thermal metadevices obtained from transformation optics have recently attracted wide attention due to their vast potential for thermal management. However, these devices require extreme material parameters that are difficult to achieve in large-scale applications. Here, we design a thermal concentrator using a machine learning method and demonstrat...
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We study the dynamic surface response of neolithic stone settlements obtained with seismic ambient noise techniques near the city of Carnac in French Brittany. Surprisingly, we find that menhirs (neolithic human size standing alone granite stones) with an aspect ratio between 1 and 2 periodically arranged atop a thin layer of sandy soil laid on a g...
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We design sources for the two-dimensional Helmholtz equation that can cloak an object by cancelling out the incident field in a region, without the sources completely surrounding the object to hide. As in previous work for real positive wavenumbers, the sources are also determined by the Green identities. The novelty is that we prove that the same...
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In the framework of wave propagation, finite difference time domain (FDTD) algorithms, yield high computational time. We propose to use morphing algorithms to deduce some approximate wave pictures of their interactions with fluid-solid structures of various shapes and different sizes deduced from FDTD computations of scattering by solids of three g...
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We analyse the elastic properties of a class of cylindrical cloaks deduced from linear geometric transforms ${\bf x} \to {\bf x}'$ in the framework of the Milton-Briane- Willis cloaking theory [New Journal of Physics 8, 248, 2006]. More precisely, we assume that the mapping between displacement fields ${\bf u}({\bf x}) \to {\bf u}'({\bf x}')$ is su...
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In a previous study (Marigo et al. in J. Mech. Phys. Solids 143:104029, 2020) we have studied the effect of a periodic array of subwavelength plates or beams over a semi-infinite elastic ground on the propagation of waves hitting the interface. The study was restricted to the low frequency regime where only flexural resonances take place. Here, we...
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We consider the propagation of flexural-gravity waves in thin elastic plates floating atop nonviscous fluids, e.g., seawater, which are governed by a partial differential equation with Laplacian and tri-Laplacian terms. We investigate the effect of time modulation as well as spacetime modulation on thin floating elastic plates and show the peculiar...
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For mechanical waves, Willis coupling means a cross-coupling between stress and velocity or between momentum and strain. In contrary to its realization in acoustic and elastic waves, whether Willis coupling exists in water waves, as another kind of mechanical wave, is still unknown. Here, we propose and establish the concept of Willis coupling in w...
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We use square and rectangular phononic crystals to create experimental realizations of complex topological phononic circuits. The exotic topological transport observed is wholly reliant upon the underlying structure that must belong to either a square or rectangular lattice system and not to any hexagonal-based structure. The phononic system we use...
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Diverting and controlling the impact of elastic vibrations upon an infrastructure is a major challenge for seismic hazard mitigation and for the reduction of machine noise and vehicle vibration in the urban environment. Seismic metamaterials (SMs), with their inherent ability to manipulate wave propagation, provide a key route for overcoming the te...
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We present an active cloaking method for the parabolic heat (and mass or light diffusion) equation that can hide both objects and sources. By active, we mean that it relies on designing monopole and dipole heat source distributions on the boundary of the region to be cloaked. The same technique can be used to make a source or an object look like a...
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Space folding techniques based on non-monotonic transforms lead to a new class of 2D isotropic cloaks with a constant negative shear modulus and a spatially varying negative density for antiplane elastic waves. We consider an external cloak consisting of a core with positive shear modulus and density, and a shell with simultaneously negative shear...
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Space folding techniques based on non-monotonic transforms lead to a new class of cylindrical isotropic acoustic cloaks with a constant negative density and a spatially varying negative bulk modulus. We consider an external cloak consisting of a core with a positive definite density matrix and a positive compressibility, and a shell with simultaneo...
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Coordinate‐transformation‐inspired optical devices have been mostly examined in the continuous‐wave regime: the performance of an invisibility cloak, which has been demonstrated for monochromatic excitation, is likely to deteriorate for short pulses. Here, pulse dynamics of flexural waves propagating in transformed plates is investigated. A practic...
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Metamaterial thermal energy devices obtained from transformation optics have recently attracted wide attention due to their vast potential in energy storage, thermal harvesting or heat manipulation. However, these devices usually require inhomogeneous and extreme material parameters which are difficult to realize in large-scale applications. Here,...
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We combine two different fields, topological physics and graded metamaterials, to design a topological metasurface to control and redirect elastic waves. We strategically design a two-dimensional crystalline perforated elastic plate, using a square lattice, that hosts symmetry-induced topological edge states. By concurrently allowing the elastic su...
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Some properties of electromagnetic metamaterials have been translated, using some wave analogies, to surface seismic wave control in sedimentary soils structured at the meter scale. Two large scale experiments performed in 2012 near the French cities of Grenoble [1] and Lyon [2] have confirmed the usefulness of this methodology and its potential in...
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We systematically engineer a series of square and rectangular phononic crystals to create experimental realisations of complex topological phononic circuits. The exotic topological transport observed is wholly reliant upon the underlying structure which must belong to either a square or rectangular lattice system and not to any hexagonal-based stru...
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We present an active cloaking method for the parabolic heat (and mass or light diffusion) equation that can hide both objects and sources. By active we mean that it relies on designing monopole and dipole heat source distributions on the boundary of the region to be cloaked. The same technique can be used to make a source or an object look like a d...
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We derive and apply a transfer matrix method (M-matrix) coupling liquid surface waves and flexural-gravity waves in buoyant thin elastic plates. We analyze the scattering matrix (S-matrix) formalism for such waves propagating within a Fabry-Perot like system, which are solutions of a sixth order partial differential equation (PDE) supplied with ade...
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We create hybrid topological-photonic localisation of light by introducing concepts from the field of topological matter to that of photonic crystal fiber arrays. S-polarized obliquely propagating electromagnetic waves are guided by hexagonal, and square, lattice topological systems along an array of infinitely conducting fibers. The theory utilise...
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Coordinate-transformation-inspired optical devices have been mostly examined in the continuous-wave regime: the performance of an invisibility cloak, which has been demonstrated for monochromatic excitation, would inevitably deteriorate for short pulses. Here we investigate pulse dynamics of flexural waves propagating in transformed plates. We prop...
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Diverting, and controlling, elastic vibrations impacting upon infrastructure is a major challenge for seismic hazard mitigation, and for the reduction of machine noise and vehicle vibration in the urban environment. Seismic metamaterials (SMs), with their inherent ability to manipulate wave propagation, provide a key route for overcoming the techno...
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Metamaterial thermal energy devices obtained from transformation optics have recently attracted wide attention due to their vast potential in energy storage, thermal harvesting or heat manipulation. However, these devices usually require inhomogeneous and extreme material parameters which are difficult to realize in large-scale applications. Here,...
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The elastic properties of three-dimensional (3D) crystalline mechanical metamaterials, unlike those of amorphous structures, are generally strongly anisotropic—even in the long-wavelength limit and for highly symmetric crystals. Aiming at isotropic linear elastic wave propagation, we therefore study 3D periodic approximants of 3D icosahedral quasic...
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We consider the effect of an array of plates or beams over a semi-infinite elastic ground on the propagation of elastic waves hitting the interface. The plates/beams are slender bodies with flexural resonances at low frequencies able to perturb significantly the propagation of waves in the ground. An effective model is obtained using asymptotic ana...
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We create hybrid topological-photonic localisation of light by introducing concepts from the field of topological matter to that of photonic crystal fiber arrays. S-polarized obliquely propagating electromagnetic waves are guided by hexagonal, and square, lattice topological systems along an array of infinitely conducting fibers. The theory utilise...
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The scattering cancellation technique (SCT) has proved to be an effective way to render static objects invisible to electromagnetic and acoustic waves. However, rotating cylindrical or spherical objects possess additional peculiar scattering features that cannot be canceled by regular SCT-based cloaks. Here, a generalized SCT theory to cloak spinni...
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Liquid wave studies have shown that under certain constructive interference conditions, an abnormal size wave could be generated at a specific point. This type of wave, described long ago in the literature, was named 'Draupner Wave' in 1995. It was the first rogue wave, more than ten meters high, to be detected by a measuring instrument, occurring...
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The scattering cancellation technique (SCT) has proved to be an effective way to render static objects invisible to electromagnetic and acoustic waves. However, rotating cylindrical or spherical objects possess additional peculiar scattering features that cannot be cancelled by regular SCT-based cloaks. Here, a generalized SCT theory to cloak spinn...
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We compare the phonon band structures and chiral phonon eigenmodes of a recently experimentally realized three-dimensional (3D) cubic chiral metamaterial architecture to results from linear micropolar elasticity, an established generalization of classical linear Cauchy elasticity. We achieve very good qualitative agreement concerning the anisotropi...
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This study follows from Maurel et al., Phys. Rev. B 98, 134311 (2018), where we reported on direct numerical observations of out-of-plane shear surface waves propagating along an array of plates atop a guiding layer, as a model for a forest of trees. We derived closed form dispersion relations using the homogenization procedure and investigated the...
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We combine three different fields, topological physics, metamaterials and elasticity to design a topological metasurface to control and redirect elastic waves. We strategically design a two-dimensional crystalline perforated elastic plate, that hosts symmetry-induced topological edge states. By concurrently allowing the elastic substrate to spatial...
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We investigate symmetry-protected topological water waves within a strategically engineered square lattice system. Thus far, symmetry-protected topological modes in hexagonal systems have primarily been studied in electromagnetism and acoustics, i.e., dispersionless media. Herein, we show experimentally how crucial geometrical properties of square...
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We propose a design of cylindrical cloak for coupled in-plane shear waves consisting of concentric layers of sub-wavelength resonant stress-free inclusions shaped as Swiss rolls. The scaling factor between inclusions’ sizes is according to Pendry’s transform. Unlike the hitherto known situations, the present geometric transform starts from a Willis...
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Effective model for elastic waves propagating in a substrate supporting a dense array of plates/beams with flexural resonances. Abstract We consider the effect of an array of plates or beams over a semi-infinite elastic ground on the propagation of elastic waves hitting the interface. The plates/beams are slender bodies with fle-xural resonances at...
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We present a three-dimensional model describing the propagation of elastic waves in a soil sub- strate supporting an array of cylindrical beams experiencing flexural and compressional resonances. The resulting surface waves are of two types. In the sagittal plane, hybridized Rayleigh waves can propagate except within bandgaps resulting from a compl...
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Some properties of electromagnetic metamaterials have been translated, using some wave analogies, to surface seismic wave control in sedimentary soils structured at the meter scale. Two large scale experiments performed in 2012 near the French cities of Grenoble [Brule et al., PRL 112, 133901, 2014] and Lyon [Brule et al., Sci. Rep. 7, 18066, 2017]...
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We investigate symmetry-protected topological water waves within a strategically engineered square lattice system. Thus far, symmetry-protected topological modes in hexagonal systems have primarily been studied in electromagnetism and acoustics, i.e. dispersionless media. Herein, we show experimentally how crucial geometrical properties of square s...
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Significance Space–time-dependent electromagnetic media, whose constitutive parameters are directionally biased in space and time, are a topic of current enormous interest across physics. Here we address a problem of fundamental relevance: the similarities and differences between such modulated materials and the classic problem of moving media. We...
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We outline some recent research advances on the control of elastic waves in thin and thick plates, that have occurred since the large scale experiment [S. Brûlé, Phys. Rev. Lett. 112 , 133901 (2014)] that demonstrated significant interaction of surface seismic waves with holes structuring sedimentary soils at the meter scale. We further investigate...
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A general process is proposed to experimentally design anisotropic inhomogeneous metamaterials obtained through a change of coordinates in the Helmholtz equation. The method is applied to the case of a cylindrical transformation that allows cloaking to be performed. To approximate such complex metamaterials we apply results of the theory of homogen...
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We propose a design of cylindrical elastic cloak for coupled in-plane shear waves consisting of concentric layers of sub-wavelength resonant stress-free inclusions shaped as swiss-rolls. The scaling factor between inclusions' sizes is according to Pendry's transform. Unlike the hitherto known situations, the present geometric transform starts from...
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The discovery of photonic crystals 30 years ago in conjunction with research advances in plasmonics and metamaterials, has inspired the concept of decameter scale metasurfaces, coined seismic metamaterials for an enhanced control of surface (Love and Rayleigh) and bulk (shear and pressure) elastodynamic waves. These powerful mathematical tools of c...
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We introduce a new efficient algorithm for Helmholtz problems in perforated domains with the design of the scheme allowing for possibly large wavenumbers. Our method is based upon the Wavelet-based Edge Multiscale Finite Element Method (WEMsFEM) as proposed recently in [14]. For a regular coarse mesh with mesh size H, we establish O(H) convergence...