Acoustic metamaterial core honeycomb composite enables lightweight noise reduction, but key mechanical performance questions remain unanswered

Researchers at North Carolina State University recently announced that they had developed a sound-damping acoustic metamaterial honeycomb composite. The material consists of a standard aramid fiber honeycomb with a 0.25 mm thick latex rubber membrane facing. The researchers did not specify if the...

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