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- Andrea Gnoli, Luca Razzari, Marcofabio Righini
- Optics express
- 2005

We demonstrate the effectiveness of a simple method for using Z-scan technique with high repetition rate lasers managing cumulative thermal effects. Following Falconieri [J. Opt. A, 1 (1999) 662], time evolution of Z-scan signal is recorded. We use data time correlation to extrapolate with accuracy the instantaneous nonlinear optical response of the sample.… (More)

- Andrea Gnoli, Alberto Petri, +4 authors Andrea Puglisi
- Physical review letters
- 2013

The rectification of unbiased fluctuations, also known as the ratchet effect, is normally obtained under statistical nonequilibrium conditions. Here we propose a new ratchet mechanism where a thermal bath solicits the random rotation of an asymmetric wheel, which is also subject to Coulomb friction due to solid-on-solid contacts. Numerical simulations and… (More)

- Camille Scalliet, Andrea Gnoli, Andrea Puglisi, Angelo Vulpiani
- Physical review letters
- 2015

A vertically shaken granular medium hosts a blade rotating around a fixed vertical axis, which acts as a mesorheological probe. At high densities, independently of the shaking intensity, the blade's dynamics shows strong caging effects, marked by transient subdiffusion and a maximum in the velocity power density spectrum, at a resonant frequency ~10 Hz.… (More)

- A Sarracino, A Gnoli, A Puglisi
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2013

The effect of Coulomb friction is studied in the framework of collisional ratchets. It turns out that the average drift of these devices can be expressed as the combination of a term related to the lack of equipartition between the probe and the surrounding bath, and a term featuring the average frictional force. We illustrate this general result in the… (More)

- Andrea Gnoli, Andrea Puglisi, Alessandro Sarracino, Angelo Vulpiani
- PloS one
- 2014

The condition of thermal equilibrium simplifies the theoretical treatment of fluctuations as found in the celebrated Einstein's relation between mobility and diffusivity for Brownian motion. Several recent theories relax the hypothesis of thermal equilibrium resulting in at least two main scenarios. With well separated timescales, as in aging glassy… (More)

- Giorgio Pontuale, Andrea Gnoli, Francisco Vega Reyes, Andrea Puglisi
- Physical review letters
- 2016

We consider a granular gas under the action of gravity, fluidized by a vibrating base. We show that a horizontal temperature gradient, here induced by limiting dissipative lateral walls (DLW), leads always to a granular thermal convection (DLW TC) that is essentially different from ordinary bulk-buoyancy-driven convection (BBD TC). In an experiment where… (More)

- Andrea Puglisi, Andrea Gnoli, Giacomo Gradenigo, Alessandro Sarracino, Dario Villamaina
- The Journal of chemical physics
- 2012

Velocity and density structure factors are measured over a hydrodynamic range of scales in a horizontal quasi-2D fluidized granular experiment, with packing fractions φ ∈ [10%, 40%]. The fluidization is realized by vertically vibrating a rough plate, on top of which particles perform a Brownian-like horizontal motion in addition to inelastic collisions. On… (More)

- Andrea Gnoli, Antonio Lasanta, Alessandro Sarracino, Andrea Puglisi
- Scientific reports
- 2016

Granular media take on great importance in industry and geophysics, posing a severe challenge to materials science. Their response properties elude known soft rheological models, even when the yield-stress discontinuity is blurred by vibro-fluidization. Here we propose a broad rheological scenario where average stress sums up a frictional contribution,… (More)

- Andrea Gnoli, Alessandro Sarracino, Andrea Puglisi, Alberto Petri
- Physical review. E, Statistical, nonlinear, and…
- 2013

We report the study of an experimental granular Brownian motor, inspired by the one published in Eshuis et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 248001 (2010)], but different in some ingredients. As in that previous work, the motor is constituted by a rotating blade, the surfaces of which break the rotation-inversion symmetry through alternated patches of different… (More)

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