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Physics
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72
Citations
14,712
161
World Ranking
2907
National Ranking
113

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Classical mechanics

Gravitational wave, Classical mechanics, General relativity, Quadrupole and Multipole expansion are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Luc Blanchet examines in his Gravitational wave study include Gravitation, Gravitational field and Equations of motion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Time evolution, Dimensional regularization, Orbital motion and Regularization.

His Classical mechanics research integrates issues from Binary star, Hamiltonian, Binary black hole, Black hole and Neutron star. His work in General relativity covers topics such as Circular orbit which are related to areas like Spherical harmonics. In his study, Observable is strongly linked to Radiative transfer, which falls under the umbrella field of Multipole expansion.

- Gravitational Radiation from Post-Newtonian Sources and Inspiralling Compact Binaries. (1479 citations)
- Gravitational-radiation damping of compact binary systems to second post-Newtonian order. (285 citations)
- Gravitational Radiation from Inspiralling Compact Binaries Completed at the Third Post-Newtonian Order (223 citations)

Luc Blanchet spends much of his time researching Gravitational wave, Classical mechanics, General relativity, Gravitation and Equations of motion. Luc Blanchet has researched Gravitational wave in several fields, including Quadrupole, Multipole expansion, Quantum electrodynamics, Energy flux and Newtonian fluid. Luc Blanchet works mostly in the field of Classical mechanics, limiting it down to topics relating to Black hole and, in certain cases, Neutron star.

In his research, Iterated function is intimately related to Point particle, which falls under the overarching field of General relativity. His Gravitation study combines topics in areas such as Astrophysics, Mass ratio, Dark matter and Theoretical physics. His research investigates the connection between Equations of motion and topics such as Regularization that intersect with issues in Einstein field equations.

- Gravitational wave (55.50%)
- Classical mechanics (52.88%)
- General relativity (39.27%)

- Gravitational wave (55.50%)
- Classical mechanics (52.88%)
- General relativity (39.27%)

His primary areas of investigation include Gravitational wave, Classical mechanics, General relativity, Gravitation and Theoretical physics. The concepts of his Gravitational wave study are interwoven with issues in Binary system, Angular momentum and Multipole expansion. His study in Multipole expansion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Quantum electrodynamics and Quadrupole.

His Quadrupole study incorporates themes from Regularization and Mathematical physics. His studies deal with areas such as Hamiltonian and Mass ratio as well as Classical mechanics. His General relativity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Dimensional regularization, Astronomy, Equations of motion and Limit.

- Quantum tests of the Einstein Equivalence Principle with the STE–QUEST space mission (129 citations)
- Fokker action of nonspinning compact binaries at the fourth post-Newtonian approximation (92 citations)
- Energy and periastron advance of compact binaries on circular orbits at the fourth post-Newtonian order (85 citations)

- Quantum mechanics
- General relativity
- Classical mechanics

Luc Blanchet mostly deals with Classical mechanics, General relativity, Gravitation, Circular orbit and Equations of motion. His biological study focuses on Gravitational redshift. His Gravitation research incorporates elements of Gravitational wave, Theoretical physics, Dark matter and Multipole expansion.

Luc Blanchet interconnects Quadrupole, Quantum electrodynamics, Logarithm, Amplitude and Moment in the investigation of issues within Gravitational wave. Luc Blanchet combines subjects such as Dimensional regularization, Hamiltonian and Mass ratio with his study of Circular orbit. His Equations of motion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dynamics, Angular momentum and Dissipative system.

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Gravitational Radiation from Post-Newtonian Sources and Inspiralling Compact Binaries.

Luc Blanchet.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2002)**

1709 Citations

Gravitational-radiation damping of compact binary systems to second post-Newtonian order.

Luc Blanchet;Thibault Damour;Bala R. Iyer;Clifford M. Will.

Physical Review Letters **(1995)**

626 Citations

Gravitational Radiation from Inspiralling Compact Binaries Completed at the Third Post-Newtonian Order

Luc Blanchet;Thibault Damour;Gilles Esposito-Farèse;Bala R. Iyer.

Physical Review Letters **(2004)**

416 Citations

Gravitational waveforms from inspiralling compact binaries to second-post-Newtonian order

Luc Blanchet;Bala R. Iyer;Clifford M. Will;Alan G. Wiseman.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(1996)**

401 Citations

Post-Newtonian generation of gravitational waves.

Luc Blanchet;Thibault Damour.

Annales De L Institut Henri Poincare-physique Theorique **(1989)**

324 Citations

Tail Transported Temporal Correlations in the Dynamics of a Gravitating System

Luc Blanchet;Thibault Damour.

Physical Review D **(1988)**

261 Citations

Higher-order spin effects in the dynamics of compact binaries. I. Equations of motion

Guillaume Faye;Luc Blanchet;Alessandra Buonanno.

Physical Review D **(2006)**

260 Citations

Higher-order spin effects in the dynamics of compact binaries. II. Radiation field

Luc Blanchet;Alessandra Buonanno;Guillaume Faye.

Physical Review D **(2006)**

259 Citations

Gravitational radiation from postNewtonian sources and inspiraling compact binaries

Luc Blanchet.

Living Reviews in Relativity **(2002)**

257 Citations

The third post-Newtonian gravitational wave polarizations and associated spherical harmonic modes for inspiralling compact binaries in quasi-circular orbits

Luc Blanchet;Guillaume Faye;Bala R Iyer;Siddhartha Sinha;Siddhartha Sinha.

Classical and Quantum Gravity **(2008)**

253 Citations

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