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Reconstruction of smooth shape defects in waveguides using locally resonant frequencies

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This article aims to present a new method to reconstruct slowly varying width defects in 2D waveguides using locally resonant frequencies. At these frequencies, locally resonant modes propagate in the waveguide under the form of Airy functions depending on a parameter called the locally resonant point. In this particular point, the local width of the waveguide is known and its location can be recovered from boundary measurements of the wavefield. Using the same process for different frequencies, we produce a good approximation of the width in all the waveguide. Given multi-frequency measurements taken at the surface of the waveguide, we provide a L ∞-stable explicit method to reconstruct the width of the waveguide. We finally validate our method on numerical data, and we discuss its applications and limits.
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hal-03694665 , version 1 (13-06-2022)
hal-03694665 , version 2 (11-04-2023)

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Angèle Niclas, Laurent Seppecher. Reconstruction of smooth shape defects in waveguides using locally resonant frequencies. Inverse Problems, 2023, 39 (5), pp.055006. ⟨10.1088/1361-6420/acc7c0⟩. ⟨hal-03694665v2⟩
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