Loic Salles is a Research Fellow in Rolls-Royce Vibration UTC in Mechanical Engineering department. He joined Imperial College in 2012. His research focus in nonlinear vibration and computational method for large scale modelling. He works on the development of the in-house code FORSE, which i used by Rolls-Royce for vibration analysis of aircraft engine components.
He obtained his PhD in 2010 coinjointly at Ecole Centrale Lyon and Bauman Moscow State Technical University. He graduated as a rocket engineer from BMSTU in 2006 and as a mechanical engineer from Ecole Centrale Lyon in 2006.
et al., 2020, Non-intrusive reduced order modelling for the dynamics of geometrically nonlinear flat structures using three-dimensional finite elements, Computational Mechanics, ISSN:0178-7675
Vizzaccaro A, Salles L, Touzé C, 2020, Comparison of nonlinear mappings for reduced-order modellingof vibrating structures: normal form theory and quadraticmanifold method with modal derivatives, Nonlinear Dynamics, ISSN:0924-090X
et al., 2020, On an improved adaptive reduced order model for the computation of steady state vibrations in large-scale non-conservative system with friction joints, Nonlinear Dynamics, ISSN:0924-090X
et al., 2020, An extended energy balance method for resonance prediction in forced response of systems with non-conservative nonlinearities using damped nonlinear normal mode, Nonlinear Dynamics, ISSN:0924-090X, Pages:1-19
et al., 2020, Parametric study and uncertainty quantification of the nonlinear modal properties of frictional dampers, Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, ISSN:0739-3717