Guillaume Férin

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This paper deals with the influence of acousto-optic interactions on the displacement measurements performed over transducer array and their effects on the predicted diffraction field. Changes on the temporal/spatial responses and the plane wave decomposition of the displacement are discussed. Modifications made on the directivity pattern are shown. A(More)
An analytical model is presented to achieve simultaneous prediction of the elementary electroacoustic response and directivity pattern of a one-dimensional (1-D) piezocomposite array. The theoretical approach was based on guided wave theory in a multilayered structure in which the 1-3 piezocomposite material is considered as a homogeneous piezoelectric(More)
We report the development of two methods for determining the effective electroacoustic tensor of 1-3 piezocomposite material, one experimental and one theoretical based on homogenization techniques. The main aim was to compare and validate the results provided by these approaches. The slowness surfaces of bulk wave were computed in the large wavelength(More)
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