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Multiphysics formulation and multiscale finite element discretizations of thermo-electro-magneto-mechanic coupling for smart materials design

Abstract : Numerical algorithms based on the Finite Element Method will be specialized for Analysis, Design, and Optimization of Sensors and Actuators (S-A) and their Application to Smart Structures. The S-A based on tangible assets can couple several fields, such as mechanical, electrical, magnetic, and thermal. They are used in many applications, particularly in smart structures, damage monitoring, or aerodynamics. Despite the considerable experience in these studies, the steps addressed are first to develop a thermodynamically consistent formulation for macro-scale to introduce plasticity models; second, to provide the tools to take into account the heterogeneities of multi-scale models for smart materials. The main objective is the development of a research computer code to simulate and study the performance, not only of the S-A themselves but also of the smart structures in which these S-A will be mounted.
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Pablo Moreno Navarro. Multiphysics formulation and multiscale finite element discretizations of thermo-electro-magneto-mechanic coupling for smart materials design. Mechanics [physics.med-ph]. Université de Technologie de Compiègne, 2019. English. ⟨NNT : 2019COMP2525⟩. ⟨tel-02474795⟩

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