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Transfert énergétique irréversible grâce à un résonateur acoustique à comportement non-linéaire

Abstract : Nowadays, there is a need of new types of technologies for sound reduction because of the growing of different industries. In this context, we have studied the targeted energy transfer using a purely acoustic resonator. These acoustic resonators act, in the linear regime, as a Tuned Masse Damper (TMD) and they are efficient for a narrow frequency band. But, when they are excited with high forces, in the nonlinear regime, they are efficient for a wider frequency band if the nonlinear terms are activated. First, an experimental study about the nonlinear behavior of a modified Helmholtz Resonator was done. Then, the governing equation of such resonators were developed considering the nonlinearities in the restitution force and damping. An approximation of the analytical solution of the governing equation of the acoustical resonator is derived using the multiples scales of time method and the non-smooth time transformation method. In a second part, a study about the coupling between an acoustic mode in low frequencies and a resonator (the one studied in the previous part) with a nonlinear behavior is done. In order to do this, experimental measurements of the coupled system to confirm acoustic attenuation by the resonator in forced and free regime were done. Then, an analytical modelling of the coupled system allowed to derive the expression of the Slow Invariant Manifold (SIM), in order to identify the possible equilibrium points and singular points of the system. Derived analytical models were verified by numerical simulations.
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Valentin Alamo Vargas. Transfert énergétique irréversible grâce à un résonateur acoustique à comportement non-linéaire. Acoustique [physics.class-ph]. Université de Lyon, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018LYSET006⟩. ⟨tel-02156176⟩



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