Course on Emerging Techniques for Damage Prediction and Failure Analysis of Laminated Composite Structures
The course deals with the crucial central question: how can one predict the evolution of damage up to and including final fracture ?
Emerging yet mature answers will be presented. First, a description of today's common approaches in industrial environments will be given, along with their limits regarding the design and calculation of stratified composite structures.
The course also emphasizes the damage mesomodel initiated at LMT-Cachan and used today in a number of calculation codes. This advanced yet pragmatic tool for the prediction of damage in stratified materials has become mature thanks particularly to the works of LMT-Cachan on its relation to micromechanics, EADS-Innovation Works on its identification, and DLR on its application to impact and crash problems.
The course aims to give engineers and researchers the most complete view possible of the state-of-the-art and emerging techniques in damage prediction and failure analysis of laminated composite structures.
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Design of High-Performance Composite Structures: State-of-the-Art and Challenges C. Petiot (EADS-CCR) M. Thomas (Airbus) Basic Damage Phenomenology and the Virtual Reference Material P. Ladevèze (LMT-Cachan) The Fracture Mechanics of Delamination D. Guedra Degeorges (EADS-CCR) The Damage Mesomodel for Laminates: Standard and Enhanced Version ; Modeling and Identification using the Micro-Meso Bridge P. Ladevèze (LMT-Cachan) O. Allix (LMT-Cachan) FE Implementation and Illustrations (Using Commercial Codes or Multiscale Computational Strategies) G. Lubineau (LMT-Cachan) Impact and Crash A. Johnson (DLR) Aggressive Environmental and Aging Effects: Modeling and Identification A. Vinet (EADS-CCR) G. Lubineau (LMT-Cachan) Design with Advanced Processes K. Drechsler (IFB Institut, Universität Stuttgart) P Middendorf (EADS , CRC)
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