Orthogonal centre ring field optimization triple-band metamaterial absorber with sensing application


Rabbani, Md. Golam and Islam, Mohammad Tariqul and Hoque, Ahasanul and Bais, Badariah and Albadran, Saleh Mohammad and Islam, Md. Shabiul and Soliman, Mohamed S. (2024) Orthogonal centre ring field optimization triple-band metamaterial absorber with sensing application. Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 49. p. 101588. ISSN 2215-0986

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This paper provides a metamaterial for microwave absorbers relying on asymmetric square split rings with a partial E shape in the centre-based resonator. The wideband frequency range shows its sensing capabilities in identifying various oil samples. The optimized MTM unit cell has electrical dimensions of 0.122λο × 0.122λο, where is λο the predicted wavelength at 3.64 GHz resonance frequency, for a total size of 10 × 10 mm2 . The FR-4 dielectric substrate, 1.6 mm in thickness, produces the unit cell. The MTM has a maximum absorption peak of 91.46 % at 3.64 GHz, 99.72 % at 5.99 GHz, 96.89 % at 7.47 GHz, and 98.45 % at 10.01 GHz. This MMA has four absorption peaks, making it suitable for use in the triple band (S, C, and X). The centre split gaps and partial E shapes increase unit cell absorption, and the defective CSRR back layer structure improves the transmission coefficient. High absorption is influenced by the central split gaps and an appropriate electric field and magnetic field optimized in the centre ring when the structure is in an Orthogonal orientation. The research used a frequency domain solver operating between 2 and 12 GHz. The scattering characteristics (coefficient of transmission) of the relevant unit cell’s equivalent circuit were confirmed using ADS software and the CST result. At frequencies between 3 and 5 GHz, the proposed asymmetric unit cell functions as a double negative (DNG) metamaterial absorber due to its negative permeability and permittivity. Since oil samples have different dielectric constants, the resonance frequency and Q factor are likewise different. Here, we receive a spectrum of frequencies that can be adjusted for use in sensing. The data showed that the suggested sensor is sensitive enough to pick up a variety of oils. The proposed sensor is useful for various applications, from liquid detection to microfluidic sensing and beyond, due to its cheap cost, high sensitivity, high-quality factor, and high electromagnetic radiation (EMR).

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Metamaterials
Subjects: T Technology > TK Electrical engineering. Electronics Nuclear engineering > TK7800-8360 Electronics > TK7871 Electronics--Materials
Divisions: Faculty of Engineering (FOE)
Depositing User: Ms Nurul Iqtiani Ahmad
Date Deposited: 31 Jan 2024 02:11
Last Modified: 31 Jan 2024 02:11
URII: http://shdl.mmu.edu.my/id/eprint/12064


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