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Sur une stratégie multi-échelle d'analyse des grands délaminages en dynamique transitoire

Abstract : The part of composite materials in aeronautic structures is increasing due to their specific properties and the mass reduction they enable. Accurate numerical simulations are thus needed in order to design these structures, particularly to verify if they could resist dynamic charges such as soft bodies impact. Nevertheless, using a refined model to represent phenomenon such as delamination leads to computing time and dofs number incompatible with an industrial context. The aim of the present work is to propose a multi-scale method in space and time to solve dynamic impact problems on laminate structures. A domain decomposition method for dynamic problems is first used to couple different kinds of models and time discretisations. A refined model for the laminate is used in the degradating areas only - elsewhere, a coarser representation using 3D-shell elements is used. This approach reduced the cost of the simulation giving accurate results. To avoid a remeshing due to delamination propagation within the structure, a multi-scale method is then proposed. A global 3D shell elements mesh for the whole structure is defined. Local meshes based on a refined representation of the laminates are used only if required. Coupling between global and local representation is done using velocity field.
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Chloé Dupleix Dupleix-Couderc. Sur une stratégie multi-échelle d'analyse des grands délaminages en dynamique transitoire. Autre. École normale supérieure de Cachan - ENS Cachan, 2011. Français. ⟨NNT : 2011DENS0013⟩. ⟨tel-00719090⟩



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