CA18232 – MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INTERACTING DYNAMIC NETWORKS -PART 2 ACOUSTIC CLOAKS

  • Valeria MOSNEGUTU Romanian Academy, Institute of Solid Mechanics, University Spiru Haret, Bucharest
  • Rodica IOAN Romanian Academy, Institute of Solid Mechanics

Abstract

The intention of this work is to discuss some mathematical and computational models used to integrate and interpret heterogeneous engineering data, understanding fundamental principles of dynamics in the frame of the action CA18232 – Mathematical models for interacting dynamic networks. Thus, such tools are now routinely used in the theoretical and experimental systematic investigation of dynamical systems. The idea of invisibility (objects or waves) has fascinated people for years and has been an inspiration for myths, novels and films, from the Greek legend of Perseus versus Medusa to Well's Invisible Man. Newton had viewed the colour as a physical problem, involving light striking objects and entering our eyes. For Goethe (1810) the sensations of colour reaching our brain are also shaped by our perception, the mechanics of human vision and the way our brains process information.

Published
Jun 10, 2021
How to Cite
MOSNEGUTU, Valeria; IOAN, Rodica. CA18232 – MATHEMATICAL MODELS FOR INTERACTING DYNAMIC NETWORKS -PART 2 ACOUSTIC CLOAKS. Romanian Journal of Mechanics, [S.l.], v. 6, n. 1, p. 35 - 44, june 2021. ISSN 2537-5229. Available at: <http://journals.srmta.ro/index.php/rjm/article/view/146>. Date accessed: 16 sep. 2021.