A. Novak, M. Bruneau & P. Lotton (2018), “Small-Sized Rectangular Liquid-Filled Acoustical Tank Excitation: A Modal Approach Including Leakage Through the Walls”, Acta Acustica united with Acustica. Vol. 104(4), pp. 586-596. PDF file of the paper (accepted version)
A. Novak, L. Simon & P. Lotton (2018), “A simple predistortion technique for suppression of nonlinear effects in periodic signals generated by nonlinear transducers”, Journal of Sound and Vibration. Vol. 420(0), pp. 104-113.
B. Maillou, P. Lotton, A. Novak & L. Simon (2018), “Modelling nonlinear viscoelastic behaviours of loudspeaker suspensions-like structures”, Journal of Sound and Vibration. Vol. 416(0), pp. 213-223.
A. Novak, P. Honzik & M. Bruneau (2017), “Dynamic behaviour of a planar micro-beam loaded by a fluid-gap: Analytical and numerical approach in a high frequency range, benchmark solutions”, Journal of Sound and Vibration. Vol. 401(2017), pp. 36-53.
M. Zakerin et al. (2017), “Thermal Characterization of Dynamic Silicon Cantilever Array Sensors by Digital Holographic Microscopy”, Sensors. Vol. 17(6), pp. 11. PDF file of the paper
Synchronized-Swept-Sine method is a nonlinear system identification method based on “nonlinear convolution” presented by Angelo Farina in AES 108th convention in Paris in 2000. The method can analyze a nonlinear system in the terms of higher order impulse responses using a single swept sine signal with user-defined frequencies and duration. The synchronization of the swept sine, described in , allows the phase synchronization of the higher order impulse responses. The higher order impulse responses can be next used, in several ways, to nonlinear modeling…
A. Novak (2016), “Modeling Viscoelastic Properties of Loudspeaker Suspensions Using Fractional Derivatives”, J. Audio Eng. Soc. Vol. 64(1), pp. 35-44.