Research on advanced materials with extreme acoustic capacities based on disruptive concepts. Microscopic design of materials, design of intermolecular forces, microscopic interaction of fluids and solid skeletons, controlling stability, energy dissipation, static, viscous, and dynamic coupling, in order to produce macroscopic acoustic effects. Custom development of anechoic or isolating materials with extreme capacities at low, medium, high, and ultrasonic frequencies.
Large collection of materials, microscopic design, and treatments for the custom design of materials for each specific application. Developments based on many years of basic research on:
- Rheological models.
- Fluid-solid skeleton interactions.
- Microscopic to macroscopic acoustic effects, scattering and microscopic resonances.
- Microscopic instability.
- Models and analytical solutions implemented in software.
- Numerical methods for advanced acoustic materials, implemented in software.
- Development of impedance tubes for water, for submarine acoustics, and for air, specifically design for materials with extreme capacities.
- Software for the inverse identification and characterization of advanced acoustic materials.