Marc Thomas spends much of his time researching Vibration, Metallurgy, Microstructure, Alloy and Structural engineering. His Vibration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Bernoulli's principle, Mechanics, Transducer and Bearing. His research investigates the connection between Bearing and topics such as Newtonian fluid that intersect with problems in Mechanical engineering.
Creep, Spark plasma sintering, Welding and Residual stress are among the areas of Metallurgy where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. Marc Thomas works mostly in the field of Microstructure, limiting it down to concerns involving Lamellar structure and, occasionally, Aluminium alloy, Transmission electron microscopy, Annealing and Homogeneous transformation. His studies deal with areas such as Design of experiments, Surface finish, Thermal analysis, Surface roughness and Edge as well as Structural engineering.
His primary areas of investigation include Vibration, Structural engineering, Metallurgy, Alloy and Bearing. His Vibration research incorporates elements of Modal and Control theory. His research in Structural engineering intersects with topics in Design of experiments and Rotor.
His research in Microstructure, Spark plasma sintering, Titanium aluminide, Intermetallic and Creep are components of Metallurgy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ductility, Ultimate tensile strength and Lamellar structure in addition to Microstructure. His Bearing course of study focuses on Hilbert–Huang transform and Algorithm.
Marc Thomas mainly investigates Bearing, Metallurgy, Vibration, Artificial intelligence and Microstructure. His work carried out in the field of Bearing brings together such families of science as Hilbert–Huang transform, Turbulence, Mechanics and Reynolds equation. His Vibration study combines topics in areas such as Structural engineering, Stress, Acoustic emission and Rotor.
His study in the field of Finite element method also crosses realms of Elbow. Marc Thomas has included themes like Tool wear, Machining and Pattern recognition in his Artificial intelligence study. His research in Microstructure intersects with topics in Alloy, Ductility and Lamellar structure.
His primary areas of study are Alloy, Metallurgy, Microstructure, Modal and Algorithm. His Alloy research includes themes of Ultimate tensile strength, Ductility, Tungsten, Spark plasma sintering and Brittleness. The concepts of his Ultimate tensile strength study are interwoven with issues in Residual stress, Indentation hardness and Lamellar structure.
Specifically, his work in Metallurgy is concerned with the study of Intermetallic. His Modal research incorporates themes from Modal analysis, Operational Modal Analysis and Identification. His research integrates issues of Hilbert–Huang transform, Envelope, Wavelet transform and Bearing in his study of Algorithm.
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Damping behaviour of shape memory alloys : strain amplitude, frequency and temperature effects
M. C. Piedboeuf;R. Gauvin;Marc Thomas.
Journal of Sound and Vibration (1998)
A comparative study between empirical wavelet transforms and empirical mode decomposition methods: application to bearing defect diagnosis
M. Kedadouche;M. Thomas;A. Tahan.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2016)
Microstructures and mechanical properties of TiAl alloys consolidated by spark plasma sintering
Alain Couret;Guy Molénat;Jean Galy;Marc Thomas.
Vibration analysis of rectangular plates coupled with fluid
Y. Kerboua;A. A. Lakis;Marc Thomas;L. Marcouiller.
Applied Mathematical Modelling (2008)
A Numerical Model to Predict Damaged Bearing Vibrations
Sadok Sassi;Bechir Badri;Marc Thomas.
Journal of Vibration and Control (2007)
Effect of tool vibrations on surface roughness during lathe dry turning process
M. Thomas;Y. Beauchamp;A.Y. Youssef;J. Masounave.
annual conference on computers (1996)
An innovative magnetorheological damper for automotive suspension: from design to experimental characterization
Sadok Sassi;Khaled Cherif;Lotfi Mezghani;Marc Thomas.
Smart Materials and Structures (2005)
Residual stress and microstructure in welds of 13%Cr-4%Ni martensitic stainless steel
Denis Thibault;Denis Thibault;Philippe Bocher;Marc Thomas.
Journal of Materials Processing Technology (2009)
Phase transformations in TiAl based alloys
Slim Zghal;Marc Thomas;Shigehisa Naka;Alphonse Finel.
Acta Materialia (2005)
Cyclostationarity approach for monitoring chatter and tool wear in high speed milling
M. Lamraoui;M. Lamraoui;Marc Thomas;M. El Badaoui.
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing (2014)
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