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Jacques Rivière

Assistant Professor

Affiliation(s):

  • Engineering Science and Mechanics
  • Acoustics

307C Earth and Engineering Sciences Building

jvr5626@psu.edu

814-865-9654

Lab Website

Google Scholars Website

Research Areas:

Dynamic Systems, Acoustics, and Vibrations, Structural and Human Health Monitoring

Interest Areas:

Ultrasonics, geophysics, nonlinear acoustics, vibrations, nondestructive testing of materials, structural health monitoring, material characterization and damage assessment, and friction

 
 

 

Education

Publications

Book, Chapters

  • Sylvain Haupert, Guillaume Renaud, Jacques Riviere and Parisa Shokouhi, 2019, Dynamic Acousto-Elastic Testing, Springer, Cham, pp. 509--546

Journal Articles

  • Kerry L. Ryan, Jacques Riviere and Chris J Marone, 2018, "The role of shear stress in fault healing and frictional aging", Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 0, (ja)
  • Jiang Jin, Jacques Riviere, Yoshikazu Ohara and Parisa Shokouhi, 2018, "Dynamic acousto-elastic response of single fatigue cracks with different microstructural features: An experimental investigation", Journal of Applied Physics, 124, (7), pp. 075303
  • Bertrand Rouet-Leduc, Claudia Hulbert, David C Bolton, Christopher X Ren, Jacques Riviere, Chris J Marone, Robert A Guyer and Paul A Johnson, 2018, "Estimating fault friction from seismic signals in the laboratory", Geophysical Research Letters, 45, (3), pp. 1321--1329
  • Jacques Riviere, Z Lv, PA Johnson and Chris J Marone, 2018, "Evolution of b-value during the seismic cycle: Insights from laboratory experiments on simulated faults", Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 482, pp. 407--413
  • Parisa Shokouhi, Jacques Riviere, Colton R Lake, Pierre-Yves Le Bas and TJ Ulrich, 2017, "Dynamic acousto-elastic testing of concrete with a coda-wave probe: comparison with standard linear and nonlinear ultrasonic techniques", Ultrasonics, 81, pp. 59--65
  • Jiang Jin, Maria Gabriela Moreno, Jacques Riviere and Parisa Shokouhi, 2017, "Impact-Based Nonlinear Acoustic Testing for Characterizing Distributed Damage in Concrete", Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 36, (3), pp. 51
  • Parisa Shokouhi, Jacques Riviere, Pierre-Yves Le Bas and TJ Ulrich, 2017, "Nonlinear Acoustic Testing for Concrete Materials Evaluation", Materials Evaluation, 75, (1)
  • Parisa Shokouhi, Jacques Riviere, Robert A Guyer and Paul A Johnson, 2017, "Slow dynamics of consolidated granular systems: Multi-scale relaxation", Applied Physics Letters, 111, (25), pp. 251604
  • Jacques Riviere, Lucas Pimienta, Marco Scuderi, Thibault Candela, Parisa Shokouhi, Fortin, J\'er\^ome, Alexandre Schubnel, Chris J Marone and Paul A Johnson, 2016, "Frequency, pressure, and strain dependence of nonlinear elasticity in Berea Sandstone", Geophysical Research Letters, 43, (7), pp. 3226--3236
  • Rivi\`ere, Jacques, Parisa Shokouhi, Robert A Guyer and Paul A Johnson, 2015, "A set of measures for the systematic classification of the nonlinear elastic behavior of disparate rocks", Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 120, (3), pp. 1587--1604
  • Marcel C Remillieux, TJ Ulrich, Payan, C\'edric, Jacques Riviere, Colton R Lake and Pierre-Yves Le Bas, 2015, "Resonant ultrasound spectroscopy for materials with high damping and samples of arbitrary geometry", Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 120, (7), pp. 4898--4916
  • Jacques Riviere, MC Remillieux, Y Ohara, BE Anderson, S Haupert, TJ Ulrich and PA Johnson, 2014, "Dynamic acousto-elasticity in a fatigue-cracked sample", Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 33, (2), pp. 216--225
  • G Renaud, Jacques Riviere, C Larmat, JT Rutledge, RC Lee, RA Guyer, K Stokoe and PA Johnson, 2014, "In situ characterization of shallow elastic nonlinear parameters with dynamic acoustoelastic testing", Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 119, (9), pp. 6907--6923
  • Sylvain Haupert, Jacques Riviere, Brian Anderson, Yoshikazu Ohara, TJ Ulrich and Paul Johnson, 2014, "Optimized dynamic acousto-elasticity applied to fatigue damage and stress corrosion cracking", Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, 33, (2), pp. 226--238
  • G Renaud, Jacques Riviere, S Haupert and P Laugier, 2013, "Anisotropy of dynamic acoustoelasticity in limestone, influence of conditioning, and comparison with nonlinear resonance spectroscopy", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 133, (6), pp. 3706--3718
  • G Renaud, Jacques Riviere, P-Y Le Bas and PA Johnson, 2013, "Hysteretic nonlinear elasticity of Berea sandstone at low-vibrational strain revealed by dynamic acousto-elastic testing", Geophysical Research Letters, 40, (4), pp. 715--719
  • Jacques Riviere, G Renaud, RA Guyer and PA Johnson, 2013, "Pump and probe waves in dynamic acousto-elasticity: Comprehensive description and comparison with nonlinear elastic theories", Journal of applied physics, 114, (5), pp. 054905
  • Jacques Riviere, Sylvain Haupert, Pascal Laugier and Paul A Johnson, 2012, "Nonlinear ultrasound: Potential of the cross-correlation method for osseointegration monitoring", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 132, (3), pp. EL202--EL207
  • Jacques Riviere, Sylvain Haupert, Pascal Laugier, TJ Ulrich, Pierre-Yves Le Bas and Paul A Johnson, 2012, "Time reversed elastic nonlinearity diagnostic applied to mock osseointegration monitoring applying two experimental models", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 131, (3), pp. 1922--1927
  • Sylvain Haupert, Guillaume Renaud, Jacques Riviere, Maryline Talmant, Paul A Johnson and Pascal Laugier, 2011, "High-accuracy acoustic detection of nonclassical component of material nonlinearity", The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 130, (5), pp. 2654--2661
  • Jacques Riviere, Guillaume Renaud, Sylvain Haupert, Maryline Talmant, Pascal Laugier and Paul A Johnson, 2010, "Nonlinear acoustic resonances to probe a threaded interface", Journal of Applied Physics, 107, (12), pp. 124901
  • Takuya Ishibashi, Derek Elsworth, Yi Fang, Jacques Riviere, Benjamin Madara, Hiroshi Asanuma, Noriaki Watanabe and Chris J Marone, , "Friction-stability-permeability evolution of a fracture in granite", Water Resources Research

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