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A bendable wide oblique incident angle stable polarization insensitive metamaterials absorber for visible optical wavelength applications
, Md Samsuzzaman,

In the visible frequency range, the most common application is for the transmission of electromagnetic signals over air and time to an aerial receiver. They are implemented to check tapped live powered components as well as identify defects, thermal leaking hot spots, or electrical failures. This study investigates the use of a compact nonagon-shaped metamaterial absorber (MMA) for wideband visible applications by employing a three-layer substrate material structure consisting of metal, dielectric, and metal. In comparison to the most current study, the presented MMA has a smaller size, which represents a noticeable novelty. Moreover, the proposed MMA has bendable properties and two numerical simulation software have been used to validate the proposed MMA. This demonstrates the successful acquisition of data from both the CST and HFSS simulations. The proposed metamaterial absorber attained above 80% absorption in the visible ranges from 400 nm to 750 nm wavelength for the simulation mode of TE and TM, respectively. An overall unit cell size of 930 × 930 × 202 nm3 which achieves an average absorption of 95.61% in its operating band 519–677 nm for visible optical wavelength when the performance of the proposed MMA was verified using the HFSS software. Moreover, the constant absorption feature is stable over a large range of oblique incidence angles. The quality of the MMA is verified by assessing the PCR value. Wide-angle incidence angle stability, polarization insensitivity, and absorption with 15⁰ bending effects can all be observed in both modes (TM and TE). In addition, the absorption property of MMA was investigated structurally by applying electric and magnetic fields. The presented MMA can be used in wide-angle stability, MRI, color imaging, solar cells, thermal imaging, and so on.

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