A Review Analysis of Metamaterial-Based Absorbers and Their Applications View Full Text


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2022-09-09

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Atipriya Sharma, Harbinder Singh, Amit Gupta

ABSTRACT

In this survey paper, a complete analysis of the theory and applications of metamaterial (MM) has been delivered. It is proclaimed that MM possesses exceptional properties, due to negative permeability and negative permittivity that are not present in nature. Therefore, they are known as artificial materials. The physical significance is also explained in this paper in the terms of an equivalent circuit model to understand the concept of the MM. This paper also deals with an overview of distinct MM shapes and structures for different applications at different frequencies. Furthermore, the different types of MM-based electromagnetic structures are also incorporated. An overview of the traditional metasurface, single-layered metasurface, and multilayered metasurface structures is also explained with their drawbacks and advantages. In addition, a brief review of 3D, conformal, active, and graphene MM is also included. The different designs are also compared in active, conformal, multilayered structures on the basis of bandwidth, absorptivity, thickness, and other important characteristics. The MM-based survey presented in this paper could be productive for the scientific community, who are having an interest in this domain. More... »

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3067-3083

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