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Curriculum Vitae Camille PERROT

My current research activities belong to the fields of multi-scale physics, computational mechanics, structure-property-fabrication relationships of materials, multifunctional materials, and micro(poro)mechanics of porous media. The research is based on fluid flow and transports phenomena within a large range of times and lengths scales. Works oriented towards multi-scale and multi-physics modeling, applicable to various aspects of engineering sciences. Emphasis of my research activities is on studying at the local scale (meso-, micro-, or submicroscopic depending on the case) a material or a system, the goal being to understand and predict its macroscopic behavior, where are situated applications in terms of engineering [thermal, applied fluid dynamics, poroelasticity, acoustics, biomechanics, micro- and nano- (electro) mechanical systems].

Luc Jaouen   

Conference papers2 documents

  • Fabien Chevillotte, Camille Perrot, Luc Jaouen, François-Xavier BÉcot, Emmanuel Guillon, et al.. A direct link between microstructure and acoustical macro-behaviour of real double porosity foams. Acoustics 2012, Apr 2012, Nantes, France. ⟨hal-00811287⟩
  • Camille Perrot, M. T. Hoang, Guy Bonnet, F. Chevillotte, François Xavier Bécot, et al.. Three-dimensional idealized unit-cell based method for computing acoustic properties of low-density reticulated foams. 8th European Conference on Noise Control (Euronoise), Oct 2009, United Kingdom. ⟨hal-00732086⟩