His primary areas of study are Acoustics, Nonlinear system, Amplitude, Resonator and Optics. Acoustics is closely attributed to Metamaterial in his work. Specifically, his work in Nonlinear system is concerned with the study of Nonlinear acoustics.
His Amplitude research incorporates elements of Geotechnical engineering, Fissure, Cementitious and Mixing. Many of his research projects under Resonator are closely connected to Helmholtz free energy with Helmholtz free energy, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rigid frame, Porous medium and Homogenization.
His primary areas of investigation include Acoustics, Nonlinear system, Optics, Acoustic wave and Amplitude. As part of the same scientific family, Vincent Tournat usually focuses on Acoustics, concentrating on Granular material and intersecting with Porous medium. The concepts of his Nonlinear system study are interwoven with issues in Mechanics, Coda, Classical mechanics and Interferometry.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Longitudinal wave and Metamaterial in addition to Classical mechanics. In Acoustic wave, Vincent Tournat works on issues like Rayleigh wave, which are connected to Rayleigh scattering. His study in Amplitude is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Amplitude modulation and Low frequency.
Vincent Tournat mainly focuses on Metamaterial, Nonlinear system, Classical mechanics, Amplitude and Laser. His work on Mechanical metamaterial as part of general Metamaterial research is often related to Type, thus linking different fields of science. His Nonlinear system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Acoustics, Pulse, Sensitivity, Mechanics and Viscoelasticity.
Vincent Tournat integrates many fields in his works, including Acoustics and Excellence. His Classical mechanics research integrates issues from Vibration, Phase transition and Bistability. His studies deal with areas such as Atomic physics, Hinge and Rigidity as well as Amplitude.
Vincent Tournat mostly deals with Classical mechanics, Metamaterial, Nonlinear system, Amplitude and Mechanical metamaterial. His Metamaterial study incorporates themes from Zero and Dispersion. His work deals with themes such as Phase transition, Pulse and Bistability, which intersect with Nonlinear system.
His research investigates the connection with Pulse and areas like Range which intersect with concerns in Acoustics. His Acoustics research incorporates themes from Harmonic balance, Transmission and Simple machine. His study brings together the fields of Hinge and Amplitude.
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Perfect and broadband acoustic absorption by critically coupled sub-wavelength resonators
V. Romero-García;G. Theocharis;O. Richoux;A. Merkel.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Absorption of sound by porous layers with embedded periodic arrays of resonant inclusions.
C. Lagarrigue;Jean-Philippe Groby;V. Tournat;O. Dazel.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2013)
Enhancing the absorption properties of acoustic porous plates by periodically embedding Helmholtz resonators
J.-P. Groby;C. Lagarrigue;B. Brouard;O. Dazel.
Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (2015)
Experimental evidence of rotational elastic waves in granular phononic crystals.
A. Merkel;V. Tournat;V. Gusev.
Physical Review Letters (2011)
Probing weak forces in granular media through nonlinear dynamic dilatancy: clapping contacts and polarization anisotropy.
Vincent Tournat;Vladimir Zaitsev;Vitalyi Gusev;Veniamin Nazarov.
Physical Review Letters (2004)
Limits of slow sound propagation and transparency in lossy, locally resonant periodic structures
Georgios Theocharis;Olivier Richoux;V Romero García;Aurélien Merkel.
New Journal of Physics (2014)
Study of stress-induced velocity variation in concrete under direct tensile force and monitoring of the damage level by using thermally-compensated Coda Wave Interferometry.
Yuxiang Zhang;Odile Abraham;Frédéric Grondin;Ahmed Loukili.
Slow sound propagation in lossy locally resonant periodic structures
G. Theocharis;O. Richoux;V. Romero-García;V. Tournat.
arXiv: Materials Science (2013)
Reconfigurable origami-inspired acoustic waveguides
Sahab Babaee;Johannes Tesse bastiaan Overvelde;Johannes Tesse bastiaan Overvelde;Elizabeth R. Chen;V. Tournat;V. Tournat.
Science Advances (2016)
Nonlinear acoustic characterization of micro-damaged materials through higher harmonic resonance analysis
A. Novak;M. Bentahar;V. Tournat;R. El Guerjouma.
Ndt & E International (2012)
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