Exploiting modern Chladni plates to analogously manifest the point interaction

Yu Chen Tseng, Yu Hsin Hsu, Yu Hsiang Lai, Yan-Ting Yu, Hsing Chih Liang, Kai Feng Huang, Yung Fu Chen*

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A truncated basis is employed to analyze the influence of the point interaction on the eigenvalues and eigenfunctions in quantum billiards. The point interaction is numerically confirmed to cause the shift in the eigenvalue that leads the original eigenfunctions to be superposed to form the new eigenfunction. The amplitude and nodal-line patterns of the eigenfunctions are found to vary significantly with the coupling strength. It is further verified that the point-driven Chladni plates can be employed to analogously manifest the noticeable dependence of the nodal-line pattern on the coupling strength. More importantly, the dispersion relation between the frequency and the wave number for the flexural wave can be precisely determined in the process of utilizing the point interaction to model the modern Chladni plates.

Original languageAmerican English
Article number10094
JournalApplied Sciences (Switzerland)
Issue number21
StatePublished - 1 Nov 2021


  • Chladni plates
  • Point interaction
  • Quantum billiards


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