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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Publications

Tailored acoustic metamaterials. Part I. Thin- and thick-walled Helmholtz resonator arrays
MJA Smith, ID Abrahams
– Proceedings of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences
(2022)
478,
20220124
Tailored acoustic metamaterials. Part II. Extremely thick-walled Helmholtz resonator arrays.
MJA Smith, ID Abrahams
– Proceedings. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences
(2022)
478,
20220125
Geometrical and mechanical characterisation of hollow thermoplastic microspheres for syntactic foam applications
ME Curd, NF Morrison, MJA Smith, P Gajjar, Z Yousaf, WJ Parnell
– Composites Part B: Engineering
(2021)
223,
108952
Modelling hollow thermoplastic syntactic foams under high-strain compressive loading
MJA Smith, Z Yousaf, P Potluri, WJ Parnell
– Composites Science and Technology
(2021)
213,
108882
Brillouin scattering-theory and experiment: tutorial
C Wolff, MJA Smith, B Stiller, CG Poulton
– Journal of the Optical Society of America B: Optical Physics
(2021)
38,
1243
On the Wiener-Hopf solution of water-wave interaction with a submerged elastic or poroelastic plate.
MJA Smith, MA Peter, ID Abrahams, MH Meylan
– Proceedings. Mathematical, physical, and engineering sciences
(2020)
476,
20200360
Compression properties of polymeric syntactic foam composites under cyclic loading
Z Yousaf, M Smith, P Potluri, W Parnell
– Composites Part B Engineering
(2020)
186,
107764
Finite Element Analysis of Stimulated Brillouin Scattering in Integrated Photonic Waveguides
BCP Sturmberg, KB Dossou, MJA Smith, B Morrison, CG Poulton, MJ Steel
– Journal of Lightwave Technology
(2019)
37,
3791
Stimulated Brillouin scattering in layered media: nanoscale enhancement of silicon.
MJA Smith, C Wolff, CG Poulton, C Martijn de Sterke
– Optics letters
(2019)
44,
1407
Violating the Energy-Momentum Proportionality of Photonic Crystals in the Low-Frequency Limit.
MJA Smith, PY Chen
– Physical Review Letters
(2018)
121,
103902
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Research Groups

Solid Mechanics
Waves Group

Room

G0.14