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Control of acoustic absorption in one-dimensional scattering by resonant scatterers

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We experimentally report perfect acoustic absorption through the interplay of the inherent losses and transparent modes with high Q factor. These modes are generated in a two-port, one-dimensional waveguide, which is side-loaded by isolated resonators of moderate Q factor. In symmetric structures, we show that in the presence of small inherent losses, these modes lead to coherent perfect absorption associated with one-sided absorption slightly larger than 0.5. In asymmetric structures, near perfect one-sided absorption is possible (96%) with a deep sub-wavelength sample (k = 28, where k is the wavelength of the sound wave in the air). The control of strong absorption by the proper tuning of the radiation leakage of few resonators with weak losses will open possibilities in various wave-control devices.
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Aurélien Merkel, Georgios Theocharis, Olivier Richoux, Vicente Romero-García, V. Pagneux. Control of acoustic absorption in one-dimensional scattering by resonant scatterers. Applied Physics Letters, 2015, 107 (24), pp.244102. ⟨10.1063/1.4938121⟩. ⟨hal-02407015⟩
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