Zine El Abiddine Fellah

Laboratory of Mechanics and Acoustics France

Zine El Abiddine Fellah graduated from the University Science and Technology Houari Boumedienne (USTHB), Algiers, Algeria, in Physics in 1996. He obtained a Ph.D. degree in acoustic at the University of Le Mans in France in 2000. He has worked at the Acoustic and Thermal Laboratory of Leuven, Belgium from 2001 to 2001, at the Therapeutic Ultrasound Research Laboratory, of the National Institute of Health and Medical Research from 2002 to 2004, Lyon, France. He received the Yves Rocard Prize in 2003 from the French Acoustical Society (SFA). He is currently a Research Scientist at the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (from 2004). He has published 69 papers in international journals with a total of 1692 citations and an h-index 23, as reported by Google Scholar. His research interests are in the area of Acoustic Propagation in porous materials, Fractional Calculus, Time domain modelling, Direct and Inverse problems, Biot Model-Equivalent Fluid Model, Causality and Kramers-Kronig relations, Experimental characterization, Transmission, Reflection, Inverse problems, (non destructive testing- Ultrasound (50-500)kHz, Low frequency measurements in pipe (20 Hz-3kHz), Ultrasonic propagation in Human Cancellous bone, Inhmogeneous porous materials (wave splitting approach), Non local effects (Fractional derivative in space domain), Acoustic waves in Fractal materials (Non-integer dimensional space model, Fractal dimension), Acoustic waves in Micropolar media, Gyration (rotational) waves, and Radiation function.

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This book deals with acoustic wave interaction with different materials, such as porous materials, crystals, biological tissues, nanofibers, etc. Physical phenomena and mathematical models are described, numerical simulations and theoretical predictions are compared to experimental data, and the results are discussed by evoking new trends and perspectives. Several approaches and applications are developed, including non-linear elasticity, propagation, diffusion, soundscape, environmental acoustics, mechanotransduction, infrasound, acoustic beam, microwave sensors, and insulation. The book is composed of three sections: Control of Sound - Absorbing Materials for Damping of Sound, Sound Propagation in Complex/Porous materials and Nondestructive Testing (NDT), Non Linearity, Leakage.

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