Mohamed Fellah
Mohamed Fellah
Laboratoire de Physique Théorique, Faculté de Physique, USTHB, BP 32 El Alia, Bab Ezzouar 16111
Verified email at usthb.dz
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Application of fractional calculus to the sound waves propagation in rigid porous materials: validation via ultrasonic measurements
ZEA Fellah, C Depollier, M Fellah
Acta Acustica united with Acustica 88 (1), 34-39, 2002
912002
Ultrasonic characterization of human cancellous bone using the Biot theory: Inverse problem
N Sebaa, ZEA Fellah, M Fellah, E Ogam, A Wirgin, FG Mitri, C Depollier, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 120 (4), 1816-1824, 2006
762006
Direct and inverse scattering of transient acoustic waves by a slab of rigid porous material
ZEA Fellah, M Fellah, W Lauriks, C Depollier
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 113 (1), 61-72, 2003
722003
Application of the Biot model to ultrasound in bone: Direct problem
ZEA Fellah, N Sebaa, M Fellah, FG Mitri, E Ogam, W Lauriks, C Depollier
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 55 …, 2008
472008
Ultrasonic characterization of porous absorbing materials: Inverse problem
ZEA Fellah, FG Mitri, M Fellah, E Ogam, C Depollier
Journal of Sound and Vibration 302 (4-5), 746-759, 2007
462007
Measuring flow resistivity of porous materials at low frequencies range via acoustic transmitted waves
ZEA Fellah, M Fellah, N Sebaa, W Lauriks, C Depollier
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 119 (4), 1926-1928, 2006
462006
Particle number fluctuations in the moment of inertia
NH Allal, M Fellah
Physical Review C 43 (6), 2648, 1991
461991
Fixed particle number and angular momentum double-projected BCS wave functions
M Fellah, TF Hammann, DE Medjadi
Physical Review C 8 (5), 1585, 1973
461973
Neutron-proton isovector pairing effect on the nuclear moment of inertia
D Mokhtari, I Ami, M Fellah, NH Allal
International Journal of Modern Physics E 17 (04), 655-667, 2008
392008
Microscopic energy correction to the ground states of some rare-earth nuclei
NH Allal, M Fellah
Physical Review C 50 (3), 1404, 1994
381994
Materials and acoustics handbook
M Bruneau, C Potel
ISTE, 2009
372009
Application of the Biot model to ultrasound in bone: inverse problem
ZEA Fellah, N Sebaa, M Fellah, E Ogam, FG Mitri, C Depollier, W Lauriks
ieee transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control 55 …, 2008
362008
Measuring flow resistivity of porous material via acoustic reflected waves
N Sebaa, ZEA Fellah, M Fellah, W Lauriks, C Depollier
Journal of Applied Physics 98 (8), 084901, 2005
362005
Transient ultrasound propagation in porous media using Biot theory and fractional calculus: Application to human cancellous bone
M Fellah, ZEA Fellah, FG Mitri, E Ogam, C Depollier
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 133 (4), 1867-1881, 2013
352013
Particle-number projected two-proton separation energy of the proton-rich even–even rare-earth nuclei using an isovector pairing approach
S Kerrouchi, D Mokhtari, NH Allal, M Fellah
International Journal of Modern Physics E 18 (01), 141-160, 2009
332009
Measuring the porosity of porous materials having a rigid frame via reflected waves: a time domain analysis with fractional derivatives
ZEA Fellah, S Berger, W Lauriks, C Depollier, M Fellah
Journal of Applied Physics 93 (1), 296-303, 2003
332003
Temperature-dependent particle-number projected moment of inertia
NH Allal, M Fellah, N Benhamouda, MR Oudih
Physical Review C 77 (5), 054310, 2008
322008
Effects of the particle-number projection on the isovector pairing energy
NH Allal, M Fellah, MR Oudih, N Benhamouda
The European Physical Journal A-Hadrons and Nuclei 27 (1), 301-306, 2006
322006
Temperature-dependent isovector pairing gap equations using a path integral approach
M Fellah, NH Allal, M Belabbas, MR Oudih, N Benhamouda
Physical Review C 76 (4), 047306, 2007
302007
Solution in time domain of ultrasonic propagation equation in a porous material
ZEA Fellah, M Fellah, W Lauriks, C Depollier, JY Chapelon, YC Angel
Wave motion 38 (2), 151-163, 2003
302003
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