A convergent low-wavenumber, high-frequency homogenization of the wave equation in periodic media with a source term

02/07/2020
by   Shixu Meng, et al.
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We pursue a low-wavenumber, second-order homogenized solution of the time-harmonic wave equation in periodic media with a source term whose frequency resides inside a band gap. Considering the wave motion in an unbounded medium R^d (d≥1), we first use the Bloch transform to formulate an equivalent variational problem in a bounded domain. By investigating the source term's projection onto certain periodic functions, the second-order model can then be derived via asymptotic expansion of the Bloch eigenfunction and the germane dispersion relationship. We establish the convergence of the second-order homogenized solution, and we include numerical examples to illustrate the convergence result.

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