Wave Propagation & Metamaterials

1. Q. Zhang and S. Rudykh, Magneto-deformation and transverse elastic waves in hard-magnetic soft laminates. Mechanics of Materials 169, 104325 (2022) [PDF]

2. N. Arora, Q. Yao, and S. Rudykh, Deformation activated negative group velocity state in soft laminates. Extreme Mechanics Letters 51, 101592 (2022) [PDF]

3. N. Arora, Y. Xiang, and S. Rudykh, Multiscale analysis of elastic waves in soft materials: From molecular chain networks to fiber composites. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 200, 106433 (2021) [PDF]

4. Y. Chen, B. Wu, J. Li, S. Rudykh, and W. Chen, Low-frequency tunable topological interface states in soft phononic crystal cylinders. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 191, 106098 (2021) [PDF]

5.  N. Karami Mohammadi, P. I. Galich, A. O. Krushynska, S. Rudykh,  Soft magnetoactive laminates: large deformations, transverse elastic waves and band gaps tunability by a magnetic fieldJournal of Applied Mechanics 86, 111001 (2019) [PDF]

6. M. Hesami, A. Gueddida , N. Gomopoulos, H. Sharifi, K. Asadi, S. Rudykh, H-J. Butt, B. Djafari-Rouhani, G. Fytas, Elastic wave propagation in smooth and wrinkled stratified polymer films. Nanotechnology 30, 045709 (2019) [PDF]

7.  J. Li, V. Slesarenko, and S. Rudykh, Microscopic instabilities and elastic wave propagation in finitely deformed laminates with compressible hyperelastic phases. European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 73, 126-136 (2019) [PDF]

8. A.O. Krushynska, P. Galich, F. Bosia, N.M. Pugno and S. Rudykh, Hybrid metamaterials combining pentamode lattices and phononic platesApplied Physics Letters 113, 201901 (2018) [PDF]

9. C. Gao, V. Slesarenko, M.C. Boyce, S. Rudykh and Y. Li, Instability-Induced Pattern Transformation in Soft Metamaterial with Hexagonal Networks for Tunable Wave PropagationScientific Reports 8, 11834 (2018) [PDF]

10. V. Slesarenko, P. Galich, J. Li, N.X. Fang and S. Rudykh, Foreshadowing elastic instabilities by negative group velocity in soft compositesApplied Physics Letters 113, 031901 (2018) [PDF]

11. J. Li, V. Slesarenko and S. Rudykh, Auxetic multiphase soft composite material design through instabilities with application for acoustic metamaterialsSoft Matter 14, 6171 – 6180 (2018) [PDF]

12. P.I. Galich, V. Slesarenko, J. Li and S. Rudykh, Elastic instabilities and shear waves in hyperelastic composites with various periodic fiber arrangementsInternational Journal of Engineering Science 130, 51 – 61 (2018)  [PDF]

13. J. Li, V. Slesarenko, P. I. Galich, and S. Rudykh, Oblique shear wave propagation in finitely deformed layered composites. Mechanics Research Communications 87, 21 – 28 (2018) [PDF]

14. P.I. Galich and S. Rudykh, Shear wave propagation and band gaps in finitely deformed dielectric elastomer laminates: long wave estimates and exact solution Journal of Applied Mechanics 84, 091002 (2017) [PDF]

15. P.I. Galich, N. X. Fang, M. C. Boyce and S. Rudykh, Elastic wave propagation in finitely deformed layered materials Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids, 98, 390 – 410  (2017) [PDF]

16. P.I. Galich, V. Slesarenko and S. Rudykh, Shear wave propagation in finitely deformed 3D fiber-reinforced compositesInternational Journal of Solids and Structures110 – 111, 294 – 304 (2017) [PDF]

17. P.I. Galich and S. Rudykh, Manipulating pressure and shear waves in dielectric elastomers via external electric stimuli. International Journal of Solids and Structures91, 18 – 25 (2016) [PDF]

18. P.I. Galich and S. Rudykh, Comment on “Disentangling longitudinal and shear elastic waves by neo-Hookean soft devices” [Appl. Phys. Lett. 106, 161903 (2015)]Applied Physics Letters 107, 056101 (2015) [PDF]

19. P.I. Galich and S. Rudykh, Influence of stiffening on elastic wave propagation in extremely deformed soft matter: from nearly incompressible to auxetic materialsExtreme Mechanics Letters 4, 156 – 161 (2015)  [PDF]

20. S. Rudykh and M.C. Boyce, Transforming Wave Propagation in Layered Media via instability-induced Wrinkling Interfacial LayerPhysical Review Letters 112, 034301 (2014) [PDF]