The electromagnetic wave propagation of a two-dimensional optical black hole with graded index photonic crystals for transverse magnetic modes is studied. The implementation of the proposed system is validated in the metamaterial regime. The finite element method is employed in order to confirm the optical properties of the designed device. Numerical simulations show that the light incident on the device is bent toward the central area and absorbed by the inner core. As a result, the artificial optical black hole can effectively absorb the incident waves from all directions. The structure is composed of two kinds of real isotropic materials, which eases the experimental fabrication.
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Physics and Astronomy(all)