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Métamodèles pour l’étude fiabiliste des systèmes mécatroniques

Abstract : Mechatronic system failures are often caused by fatigue failure of the solder joints of its electronic devices. With the increasing miniaturization of electronic devices, the stress on solder joints, which provide the connection between the component outputs and the PCB, has become a major challenge. Indeed, solder joints can accept high deformation rates, but an accumulation of repeated stresses causes their premature ageing which can lead to the rupture of solder joints (thermomechanical fatigue phenomenon). Thus, the studies based on finite element simulation methods are performed to numerically investigate the lifetime of PCB-mounted devices (secondlevel reliability). The high computational costs required to solve such problems may make the optimization and reliability assessment procedure impracticable due to the high computation time of multi-physics finite element simulation. This thesis proposes on the one side, an adaptation of the CMA-ES method Assisted by the kriging metamodel for the global optimization of a given problem. The implementation of this proposed algorithm was performed in the global optimization of the solder joints in a PQFP package. The results of the numerical studies show that the proposed KA-CMA-ES algorithm is more efficient and more efficient than the standard CMA-ES algorithm. On the other side, a general methodology for reliability analysis in fatigue is proposed in this manuscript. It is based on the uncertainty modeling (loading, material properties, geometry) and aims to quantify the reliability level of the system studied for a fatigue failure scenario. A method based on metamodelling techniques is precisely proposed to address the complexity of mechatronic systems in solving the reliability problem. The metamodel is used to emulate the mechanical model behaviour while satisfying both the its efficiency and accuracy. The implementation of the proposed methodology is applied for the reliability analysis of a T-CSP package.
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Hamid Hamdani. Métamodèles pour l’étude fiabiliste des systèmes mécatroniques. Mécanique []. Normandie Université; Université Hassan Ier (Settat, Maroc), 2019. Français. ⟨NNT : 2019NORMIR12⟩. ⟨tel-02923958⟩



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