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Dynamique des structures composites linéaires et non-linéaires en présence d'endommagement

Abstract : Composite structures are often exposed to more or less severe dynamic perturbations.These vibrations can develop different forms of damage (fiber fracture, delamination,cracking of the matrix, etc.). Local defects propagate and affect the mechanical propertiesof the structure resulting to modify its global dynamic behavior. These changes can leadto the degradation of the structure and the reduction in its lifetime. This thesis focuseson the implementation of behavior models for the dimensioning of complex structuresintegrating damaged composite sub-structures. The finite element method is used tomodel the linear and nonlinear vibration behavior of these structures where the damageis introduced, initially, via a bilateral model. Since the high computational costs duringthe solving process, a meta-model was developed based on artificial neural networkscoupled with the condensation method of Craig-Bampton. Artificial neural networkspermit to estimate the damage severity at a lower numerical cost without resorting toexact calculation. The bilateral damage model is not adapted to the case of periodic loads.Consequently, the second part of the thesis is oriented towards the development of aunilateral damage model which gives a better description of the mechanical behaviorwhen the micro-cracks are closed. Moreover, in several industrial applications, the usedcomposite structures have small thickness. Therefore, they can naturally have a geometricnon-linear dynamic behavior. The model of dynamic behavior in large displacements andin the presence of material non-linearity of damage is developed and validated. At theend of this thesis, a numerical tool implemented on MATLAB® software was developedintegrating two models of damage, bilateral and unilateral, and a meta-modeling allowingthe localization and the estimation of the damage as well as the prediction of the linear andnon-linear dynamic responses of composite structures, totally or locally, damaged. Theproposed meta-model reduces significantly the computational cost and ensuring a goodaccuracy in terms of localization and estimation of the damage severity. Thereby, thistool can be useful in life-time estimation and monitoring strategies of composite structures.Thèse de
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Saber Mahmoudi. Dynamique des structures composites linéaires et non-linéaires en présence d'endommagement. Vibrations [physics.class-ph]. Université Bourgogne Franche-Comté, 2017. Français. ⟨NNT : 2017UBFCD052⟩. ⟨tel-02096308⟩



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