Yves Rocard - Works


  • Cabannes (Jean) - La diffusion moléculaire de la lumière - in participation with Yves Rocard, PUF, 1931.
  • L'hydrodynamique et la théorie cinétique des gaz. Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1932.
  • Diffusion de la lumière et visibilité, projecteurs, feux, instruments d'observation. Paris, 1935.
  • Propagation et absorption du son. Paris: Hermann, 1935.
  • La stabilité de route des locomotives. Paris: Hermann, 1935.
  • Les phénomènes d'auto-oscillation dans les installations hydrauliques. Paris: Hermann, 1937.
  • Les Sourciers (Que sais-je, n° 1939, ISBN 2-13-043539-4).
  • Théorie des oscillateurs. Paris, 1941.
  • Dynamique générale des vibrations. Paris: Masson, 1951.
  • L'instabilité en mécanique; automobiles, avions, ponts suspendus. Paris: Masson, 1954.
  • Le signal du sourcier (Dunod 1962).
  • Electricité. Paris: Masson, 1966.
  • Thermodynamique. Paris: Masson, 1967
  • Mémoires sans concessions. Paris: Grasset, 1988.
  • La science et les sourciers; baguettes, pendules, biomagnétisme. Paris: (Dunod 1989, ISBN 2-10-002996-7)
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Name Rocard, Yves
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Date of birth 22 May 1903
Place of birth Vannes
Date of death 16 March 1992
Place of death Paris

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