Nicolas Jacques
Nicolas Jacques
ENSTA Bretagne, UMR CNRS 6027, IRDL, Brest
Adresse e-mail validée de ensta-bretagne.fr
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Modelling of dynamic ductile fracture and application to the simulation of plate impact tests on tantalum
C Czarnota, N Jacques, S Mercier, A Molinari
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 56 (4), 1624-1650, 2008
1032008
Buckling and wrinkling during strip conveying in processing lines
N Jacques, A Elias, M Potier-Ferry, H Zahrouni
Journal of Materials Processing Technology 190 (1-3), 33-40, 2007
702007
Effects of microscale inertia on dynamic ductile crack growth
N Jacques, S Mercier, A Molinari
Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids 60 (4), 665-690, 2012
582012
Experimental study of coefficients during vertical water entry of axisymmetric rigid shapes at constant speeds
A El Malki Alaoui, A Nême, A Tassin, N Jacques
Applied Ocean Research 37, 183-197, 2012
542012
Validation of an interaction law for the Eshelby inclusion problem in elasto-viscoplasticity
S Mercier, N Jacques, A Molinari
International journal of solids and structures 42 (7), 1923-1941, 2005
512005
On mode localisation in tensile plate buckling
N Jacques, M Potier-Ferry
Comptes Rendus Mecanique 333 (11), 804-809, 2005
432005
Nonlinear vibration of viscoelastic sandwich beams by the harmonic balance and finite element methods
N Jacques, EM Daya, M Potier-Ferry
Journal of Sound and Vibration 329 (20), 4251-4265, 2010
362010
Shock propagation in liquids containing bubbly clusters: a continuum approach
H Grandjean, N Jacques, S Zaleski
Journal of Fluid Mechanics 1 (1), 1-29, 2012
352012
Hydrodynamic loads during water impact of three-dimensional solids: Modelling and experiments
A Tassin, N Jacques, A El Malki Alaoui, A Nême, B Leblé
Journal of Fluids and Structures, 2011
332011
Assessment and comparison of several analytical models of water impact
A Tassin, N Jacques, A Alaoui, A Nême, B Leblé
The International Journal of Multiphysics 4 (2), 125-140, 2010
322010
A micromechanical constitutive model for dynamic damage and fracture of ductile materials
N Jacques, C Czarnota, S Mercier, A Molinari
International journal of fracture 162 (1), 159-175, 2010
322010
Constitutive behavior of porous ductile materials accounting for micro-inertia and void shape
C Sartori, S Mercier, N Jacques, A Molinari
Mechanics of Materials 80, 324-339, 2015
262015
Dynamic failure of ductile materials
A Molinari, S Mercier, N Jacques
Procedia IUTAM 10, 201-220, 2014
222014
Numerical and Experimental studies of simple geometries in slamming
A Constantinescu, A El Malki Alaoui, A Nême, N Jacques, P Rigo
International Journal of Offshore and Polar Engineering 21 (3), 216-224, 2011
192011
A micromechanical model for the dynamic behavior of porous media in the void coalescence stage
A Molinari, N Jacques, S Mercier, JB Leblond, AA Benzerga
International Journal of Solids and Structures 71, 1-18, 2015
162015
Void coalescence in a porous solid under dynamic loading conditions
N Jacques, S Mercier, A Molinari
International journal of fracture 173 (2), 203-213, 2012
162012
A coupled experimental/numerical approach for the characterization of material behaviour at high strain-rate using electromagnetic tube expansion testing
AC Jeanson, F Bay, N Jacques, G Avrillaud, M Arrigoni, G Mazars
International Journal of Impact Engineering 98, 75-87, 2016
142016
A constitutive model for porous solids taking into account microscale inertia and progressive void nucleation
N Jacques, S Mercier, A Molinari
Mechanics of Materials 80, 311-323, 2015
142015
Mitigation of underwater explosion effects by bubble curtains: experiments and modelling
K CROCI, M Arrigoni, P Boyce, C Gabillet, H Grandjean, N Jacques, ...
23rd MABS (Military Aspects of Blast and Shock), Oxford, UK, 7-12 September …, 2014
132014
The influence of aeration and compressibility on slamming loads during cone water entry
M Elhimer, N Jacques, AEM Alaoui, C Gabillet
Journal of Fluids and Structures 70, 24-46, 2017
122017
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