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Cyril Touzé
Cyril Touzé
IMSIA, Institute of Mechanical Sciences and Industrial Applications, ENSTA Paris, CNRS-EDF
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Nonlinear normal modes for damped geometrically nonlinear systems: Application to reduced-order modelling of harmonically forced structures
C Touzé, M Amabili
Journal of sound and vibration 298 (4-5), 958-981, 2006
2522006
Hardening/softening behaviour in non-linear oscillations of structural systems using non-linear normal modes
C Touzé, O Thomas, A Chaigne
Journal of Sound and Vibration 273 (1-2), 77-101, 2004
2262004
Asymmetric non-linear forced vibrations of free-edge circular plates. Part 1: Theory
C Touzé, O Thomas, A Chaigne
Journal of Sound and Vibration 258 (4), 649-676, 2002
1692002
Observation of wave turbulence in vibrating plates
A Boudaoud, O Cadot, B Odille, C Touzé
Physical review letters 100 (23), 234504, 2008
1372008
Asymmetric non-linear forced vibrations of free-edge circular plates. Part II: experiments
O Thomas, C Touzé, A Chaigne
Journal of Sound and Vibration 265 (5), 1075-1101, 2003
1292003
Model order reduction methods for geometrically nonlinear structures: a review of nonlinear techniques
C Touzé, A Vizzaccaro, O Thomas
Nonlinear Dynamics 105 (2), 1141-1190, 2021
1272021
Non-linear vibrations of free-edge thin spherical shells: modal interaction rules and 1: 1: 2 internal resonance
O Thomas, C Touzé, A Chaigne
International Journal of Solids and Structures 42 (11-12), 3339-3373, 2005
1192005
Reduced-order models for nonlinear vibrations of fluid-filled circular cylindrical shells: comparison of POD and asymptotic nonlinear normal modes methods
M Amabili, C Touzé
Journal of fluids and structures 23 (6), 885-903, 2007
1072007
Nonlinear magnetic vibration absorber for passive control of a multi–storey structure
SL Feudo, C Touzé, J Boisson, G Cumunel
Journal of Sound and Vibration 438, 33-53, 2019
982019
Reduced-order models for large-amplitude vibrations of shells including in-plane inertia
C Touzé, M Amabili, O Thomas
Computer methods in applied mechanics and engineering 197 (21-24), 2030-2045, 2008
882008
Improvement of the acoustic black hole effect by using energy transfer due to geometric nonlinearity
V Denis, A Pelat, C Touzé, F Gautier
International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 94, 134-145, 2017
842017
Transition to chaotic vibrations for harmonically forced perfect and imperfect circular plates
C Touzé, O Thomas, M Amabili
International Journal of non-linear Mechanics 46 (1), 234-246, 2011
822011
Direct computation of nonlinear mapping via normal form for reduced-order models of finite element nonlinear structures
A Vizzaccaro, Y Shen, L Salles, J Blahoš, C Touzé
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering 384, 113957, 2021
812021
Asymptotic non-linear normal modes for large-amplitude vibrations of continuous structures
C Touzé, O Thomas, A Huberdeau
Computers & structures 82 (31-32), 2671-2682, 2004
812004
Design of a magnetic vibration absorber with tunable stiffnesses
S Benacchio, A Malher, J Boisson, C Touzé
Nonlinear Dynamics 85, 893-911, 2016
802016
Direct finite element computation of non-linear modal coupling coefficients for reduced-order shell models
C Touzé, M Vidrascu, D Chapelle
Computational Mechanics 54 (2), 567-580, 2014
792014
A vibro-impact acoustic black hole for passive damping of flexural beam vibrations
H Li, C Touzé, A Pelat, F Gautier, X Kong
Journal of Sound and Vibration 450, 28-46, 2019
772019
Nonlinear vibrations and chaos in gongs and cymbals
A Chaigne, C Touzé, O Thomas
Acoustical science and technology 26 (5), 403-409, 2005
762005
Wave turbulence in vibrating plates: The effect of damping
T Humbert, O Cadot, G Düring, C Josserand, S Rica, C Touzé
Europhysics Letters 102 (3), 30002, 2013
652013
Model order reduction based on direct normal form: application to large finite element MEMS structures featuring internal resonance
A Opreni, A Vizzaccaro, A Frangi, C Touzé
Nonlinear Dynamics 105 (2), 1237-1272, 2021
572021
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