Déconfinement de sources acoustiques par utilisation d'une méthode holographique à double information

Abstract : Nowadays, both identification and characterization of acoustical sources remain two important topics in industry as such method are often required to localize acoustical or vibrational sources on complex surfaces in an acoustical environment that may not be well-known. The PhD Thesis we present hereby is set in this purpose. We will study the ability of an inverse method, named iPTF (standing for inverse Patch Transfert Functions) used to solve this particular problem. In our first chapter we will present a bibliographical study of the different methods dealing with the resolution of similar problems. We will particularly underline the difficulties encountered with these methods, either regarding their practical application or their theoretical bases. The presentation of the iPTF method will be made in the second chapter. This presentation will be organized starting from the direct formulation, that is from the source to the radiated sound. This direct method is a sub-domai decomposition based approach, allowing the study of vibro-acoustical problems in low and mid frequencies. We will especially explain how the association of both direct and reverse formulation enables to identify the pressure, velocity and intensity fields on the source. The third chapter will concerne the presentation of the first identification results in a simple numerical application. In the fourth and fifth chapters, the main parameters conditioning the results given by our method will be studied. The first of these two chapters will introduce a calculation routine used to compute quickly the radiation field of a simple structure. This routine will then be used in our fifth chapter in order to build numerous fields having different characteristics. Using all these fields will let us know the stability of our method regarding different parameters. A sixth chapter will present a precise study of evanescent waves that constitute a non-neglectful part of the radiated field. According to their definition, those evanescent waves cannot be taken into account beyond the near-field, and this may be the reason of some difficulties while applying our method. The objective of the study herein presented is to determine the importance of those evanescent waves in the radiated field. We eventually present, in a last chapter, the results of experimental measures conducted during the preparation of this PhD Thesis.
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Dorian Vigoureux. Déconfinement de sources acoustiques par utilisation d'une méthode holographique à double information. Autre. INSA de Lyon, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012ISAL0063⟩. ⟨tel-00759412⟩

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