Metamaterials [electronic resource] : Theory, Design, and Applications / edited by Tie Jun Cui, David Smith, Ruopeng Liu.Material type: TextLanguage: English Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 2010Description: XXIV, 368p. online resourceContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781441905734Subject(s): Engineering | Magnetism | Microwaves | Optical materials | Engineering | Microwaves, RF and Optical Engineering | Optical and Electronic Materials | Magnetism, Magnetic MaterialsAdditional physical formats: Printed edition:: No titleDDC classification: 621.3 LOC classification: TK7876-7876.42Online resources: Click here to access online
to Metamaterials -- Optical Transformation Theory -- General Theory on Artificial Metamaterials -- Rapid Design for Metamaterials -- Broadband and Low-Loss Non-Resonant Metamaterials -- Experiment on Cloaking Devices -- Finite-Difference Time-Domain Modeling of Electromagnetic Cloaks -- Compensated Anisotropic Metamaterials: Manipulating Sub-wavelength Images -- The Dynamical Study of the Metamaterial Systems -- Photonic Metamaterials Based on Fractal Geometry -- Magnetic Plasmon Modes Introduced by the Coupling Effect in Metamaterials -- Enhancing Light Coupling With Plasmonic Optical Antennas -- Wideband and Low-Loss Metamaterials for Microwave and RF Applications: Fast Algorithm and Antenna Design -- Experiments and Applications of Metamaterials in Microwave Regime -- Left-Handed Transmission Line of Low Pass and Its Applications.
Metamaterials: Theory, Design and Applications focuses on the most recent research activity in metamaterials, taking a reader beyond previously covered areas like left-handed materials (LHM) and negative index materials (LIM). Some new developments covered in the book include a rapid design method for inhomogeneous metamaterials, microwave and RF applications of metamaterials and dynamic metamaterial systems. Editors Tie Jun Cui, David R. Smith and Ruopeng Liu bring together the leading international minds focused on metamaterials to provide an all-encompassing look at a rapidly-developing field. This book stands alone as a must-read for any engineer or researcher working with metamaterials. Drawing on their years of experience in the field, editors Tie Jun Cui, David R. Smith and Ruopeng Liu present a breadth of research in metamaterials, covering areas like: Optical transformation theory, including invisible cloaks, concentrators, beam splitters and antennas. Photonic metamaterials and the magnetic Plasmon effect. Experimental verification techniques for invisible cloaks.