B. Vieille

B. Vieille
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen | INSA Rouen · Mechanical Engineering

PhD - Eng.

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September 2019 - present
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen
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November 2014 - September 2019
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen
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September 2005 - November 2014
Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Rouen
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Publications (70)
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This work examines the influence of kerosene flame exposure on the residual mechanical behavior (tension and compression) of hybrid quasi-isotropic composite laminates consisting of carbon/glass fibers and a PEEK thermoplastic matrix. The influence of a kerosene flame exposure (116 kW/m² and 1100 °C), on the composites structural integrity was exam...
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This work examines the influence of a phosphorus-based flame-retardant additive (Exolit) on the fire-behaviour and the residual mechanical properties of composite laminates manufactured by a thermo-consolidation process from unidirectional (UD) carbon fibers (C) and a PEKK (Polyether-ketone-ketone) thermoplastic associated with or without Exolit. D...
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The present study investigates, experimentally and numerically, the tensile behavior of copper-clad aluminum composite wires. Two fiber-matrix configurations, the conventional Al-core/Cu-case and a so-called architectured wire with a continuous copper network across the cross-section, were considered. Two different fiber arrangements with 61 or 22...
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This work examines the influence of a kerosene flame on the residual mechanical tensile properties of composite laminates manufactured by thermo-consolidation process from unidirectional (UD) carbon fibers and a Polyether Ketone Ketone (PEKK) thermoplastic. Considering laminates with two stacking sequences (orthotropic or quasi-isotropic - QI), the...
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This work consists in investigating the influence of the structural changes induced by annealing, such as the presence of a rigid amorphous fraction (RAF) and crosslinking, on the mechanical properties of polyphenylene sulfide (PPS) and the fracture mechanical behavior (particularly tenacity) of a Carbon/PPS laminated composite. The first part of t...
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The present study investigates the mechanical behavior of severely plastic-deformed Cu-Al composite wires with different diameters and heat-treatments. Each composite holds 61 restacked copper-clad aluminum wires. The bimetal composites were cold-worked up to diameters ranging from 1 mm to 3 mm, without any intermediate heat treatment. All the wire...
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Considering their increasing use in high-temperature aeronautical applications, thermoplastic-based laminates have to meet certification requirements in terms of critical service conditions (e.g. aircraft engine's fire). This work is aimed at identifying the most relevant approach to model the isothermal decomposition of C/PPS composites. The first...
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In order to study fire behavior of composites used in the aeronautic field, a kerosene-flame burner has been designed and built allowing to thermally stress one side of small samples with a flame, reproducing the scenario of an engine fire. The burner has been optimized to obtain the same conditions as in standard tests, flame temperature of 1100°C...
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The present study investigates the influence of a rescanning strategy on the microstructure and mechanical properties of Hastelloy X samples manufactured by laser powder bed fusion process in additive manufacturing. After a first lasing leading to powder melting, a second lasing is performed on the solid metal with five considered laser powers corr...
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We analyze in this contribution the phase velocities of Rayleigh waves in periodic beam-lattices materials. The effective mechanical properties for the virgin and damaged structures are evaluated. The damaged lattice is modeled by removing beams within full networks made of repetitive unit cells. An evaluation of the phase velocities for the longit...
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This study aims at examining the impact behavior of hybrid carbon and glass fibers woven-ply reinforced PolyEther Ether Ketone (PEEK) thermoplastic quasi-isotropic laminates. An instrumented Charpy pendulum is specifically designed to estimate its capability to perform low velocity impact tests. Through the comparison of different impact methods (Q...
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This paper examines the effects of manufacturing processes on the fracture behavior of Inconel 718 alloy at room temperature. This comparative study was conducted on specimens obtained from cast and PBF (Power Bed Fusion) additive manufacturing. Mechanical testing was conducted on single edge notch specimens in bending. In order to quantify the inf...
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The present work focuses on the thermomechanical behavior of carbon fibers woven‐ply polyphenylene sulfide (PPS thermoplastic)‐based composite materials subjected to the combined action of a tensile mechanical loading and one‐side heat flux (40‐60 kW/m²) representative of fire exposure. An experimental bench was specifically designed to provide an...
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The influence of surface energy terms on the wave propagation characteristics of network materials is analyzed in this contribution. The asymptotic homogenization technique is extended to account for additional surface properties of network materials made of the periodic repetition of a unit cell consisting of beam type elements. The presence of a...
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The present work focuses on the thermomechanical behaviour of thermoplastic-based composite materials subjected to the combined action of a mechanical loading in tension and homogeneous temperature conditions. The investigations on the relationship between local temperature resulting from the local atmosphere and the mass losses are essential in un...
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This work was aimed at studying the influence of severe temperature conditions representative of fire conditions on thermal decomposition of both plain PPS thermoplastic resin and C/PPS laminates. The investigations on the relationship between local temperature resulting from the local balance energy exchange, the local atmosphere and the mass loss...
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The present work was aimed at estimating the mode I strain energy release rate at crack initiation in woven-ply thermoplastic (TP) based laminates at high temperature T>T g . A linear spectral viscoelastic model and a generalized Norton viscoplastic model were used to account for the time-dependent behavior of TP-based composite laminates, which ar...
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This paper is intended to test the capacity of a simple model based on fracture mechanics concepts to predict the ultimate strength of notched hybrid carbon and glass fibers woven-ply reinforced PolyEther Ether Ketone (PEEK) thermoplastic (TP) quasi-isotropic (QI) laminates under different temperature conditions. In such materials, translaminar fai...
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The fracture behavior of hybrid carbon and glass fiber woven-ply reinforced polyether ether ketone thermoplastic quasi-isotropic laminates is investigated. Single-edge-notch bending and single-edge-notch tensile tests were conducted at room temperature and at a temperature higher than the glass transition temperature (Tg) to study the influence of...
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The fracture behavior of hybrid carbon and glass fiber woven-ply reinforced polyether ether ketone thermoplastic quasiisotropic laminates is investigated. Single-edge-notch bending and single-edge notch tensile tests were conducted at room temperature and at a temperature higher than the glass transition temperature (Tg) to study the influence of b...
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In order to investigate the contribution of matrix nature to the fatigue behaviour, the purpose of the present work is to establish the correlation between material toughness and macroscopic damage accumulation during tensile cyclic loading in the brittle (C/epoxy) and ductile (C/Polyphenylene sulfide) matrix systems. More specifically, this articl...
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The thermo-mechanical behavior of carbon/PPS laminates under a constant compressive stress and radiant heat flux has been studied in the case of a quasi-isotropic layup. Though lots of studies focus on the time-to-failure, the present work is aimed at investigating the influence of thermal and mechanisms phenomena on the fire behavior of composite...
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The influence of the fire exposure on the degradation mechanism of thin carbon/epoxy and carbon/polyphenylene sulphide (PPS) laminates has been investigated using a propane burner. The burner used in this work is able to provide a controlled and repeatable heating condition, with the test condition of 106 kW/m² representative of a severe fire condi...
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The purpose of the present work is to investigate damage evolution in 5-harness satin weave carbon fabric reinforced PolyPhenylene Sulphide (PPS) structures with an initial edge notch. To understand how the physical properties of the constituents (e.g. matrix toughness and ductility) and the architecture of reinforcement (woven-ply) affect the frac...
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Depending on laminates’ stacking sequence, the contribution of matrix behavior to the strain energy release rate is evaluated during failure in brittle and ductile composite laminates subjected to high temperature conditions (T > Tg) when matrix toughness is enhanced. The purpose of this work is therefore to investigate the strain energy released a...
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This work was aimed at determining the J-integral in 5-harness satin weave carbon fabrics reinforced PolyPhenylene Sulphide (PPS) structures at 120 °C > Tg (glass transition temperature). The use of the linear elastic fracture mechanics (LEFM) framework to investigate the fracture behavior is not relevant in C/PPS laminates whose angle-ply stacking...
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The influence of fire exposure on the residual compressive behaviors of carbon fibers woven-ply Poly-phenylene Sulfide has been investigated for aeronautical applications. For heat fluxes ranging from 20 to 50 kW/m 2 , prior fire exposure is highly detrimental to the compressive mechanical properties as the residual strength and stiffness decrease...
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The influence of fire exposure on the residual compressive behaviors of carbon fibers woven-ply Polyphenylene Sulfide has been investigated for aeronautical applications. For heat fluxes ranging from 20 to 50 kW/m², prior fire exposure is highly detrimental to the compressive mechanical properties as the residual strength and stiffness decrease by...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the mode I translaminar fracture energy for initiation and propagation of 5-harness satin weave carbon fabrics reinforced PolyPhenylene Sulphide (PPS) laminates subjected to tensile loadings at T>Tg (glass transition temperature) when matrix toughness is significantly enhanced. Specimens with a quasi-isot...
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Impact damage tolerance of hybrid carbon and glass fibers woven-ply reinforced PolyEther Ether Ketone (PEEK) thermoplastic (TP) laminates obtained by consolidation process is investigated. Service temperature being one of the most important parameters to screen TP or thermoseting matrix for aeronautical purposes, impact testing at room temperature...
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By means of a fracture mechanics-based approach, this work was aimed at investigating the damage evolution in 5-harness satin weave carbon fabrics reinforced PolyPhenylene Sulphide (PPS) structures at T > Tg (glass transition temperature) when matrix toughness is significantly enhanced. Structures with a quasi-isotropic stacking sequence and a sing...
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The strain energy release rate (Formula presented.) is of prime importance in composite materials fracture mechanics. In order to experimentally and numerically evaluate this parameter in the case of quasi-isotropic and angle-ply (AP) woven-ply thermoplastic (TP) laminates, single edge notched (SEN) specimens have been subjected to monotonic tensil...
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A study has been undertaken on the fatigue of notched carbon fibre reinforced polymers with ductile PolyPhenylene Sulfide (PPS) thermoplastic versus brittle epoxy thermoset matrix, with underlying damage mechanisms observed at micro- and mesoscopic levels. Through the comparison with a brittle matrix system (C/epoxy) tested at T<Tg, highly ductile...
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A simple physically-based model – the Critical Damage Growth model – derived from fracture mechanics criteria has been applied to quasi-isotropic carbon fibers woven-ply reinforced PolyPhenylene Sulphide (PPS) laminates to predict their notched strength under constant high temperature conditions. The tested notched specimens are characterized by an...
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This study aims to investigate the influence of matrix nature (thermosetting – epoxy 914; and thermoplastic – Polyphenylene Sulfide PPS) on the tensile thermo-mechanical behaviour of both notched and unnotched laminates. Depending on variable prior fire-exposures, the purpose was to compare the changes on the residual tensile mechanical properties...
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This study was aimed at validating a numerical model accounting for the influence of time-dependent effects of thermoplastic PolyPhenyleneSulfide (PPS) matrix on the behaviour of carbon woven fiber reinforced PPS laminates at temperatures exceeding its Tg, when matrix viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity are prominent. This model combines a linear s...
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An experimental study has been conducted on notched and unnotched carbon woven-ply PolyPhenylene Sulfide (PPS) and Epoxy laminates subjected to fatigue loadings at a test temperature T such as T g | C / PPS < T < T g | Epoxy. Depending on matrix nature, the obtained results confirm that matrix ductility is prominent to rule the fatigue response of...
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Bolted joint tests have been performed in order to evaluate the influence of stamping on the behavior of thermoplastic-based woven-ply laminates subjected to structural loadings under severe service conditions (120°C after hygrothermal ageing). Compressive tests have been carried out on carbon fabrics reinforced PolyEtherEtherKetone (PEEK) laminate...
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This work was aimed at investigating the influence of matrix ductility on the high-temperature tensile fatigue behaviour in notched and unnotched C/PPS (thermoplastic) and C/Epoxy (thermoset) laminates. Damage mechanisms and overstress accommodation near the hole have been discussed by means of X-rays observations and fractography analysis. In orde...
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The influence of fire conditions on the thermo-physical properties of carbon fibers woven-ply PPS and epoxy has been investigated. More specifically, this work was aimed at comparing the changes on laminates meso- and microstructure due to increasing heat fluxes, and depending on matrix nature. The residual tensile mechanical properties were compar...
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This work focuses on the influence of stamping process on physical (glass transition temperature, degree of crystallinity) and mechanical properties (Young’s modulus, tensile and compressive strengths, in-plane and inter-laminar shear strengths) of PPS-based carbon fiber fabric laminates under severe environmental conditions (120°C and hygrothermal...
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An original in situ measurement of acoustic emission (AE) was applied to monitor damage progress in discrete steps during gradual load/unload tensile tests on [±45°]7 C/PPS laminates at temperatures T > Tg, when matrix ductility is enhanced. In order to understand the specific damage behavior of such materials under severe environmental conditions,...
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This work was aimed at comparing the influence of ductility on the off-axis tension-tension fatigue behavior of woven-ply TP- and TS-based laminates at a test temperature T such as: Tg|C/PPS<T<Tg|Epoxy. Depending on the matrix nature and test frequency, the results confirm that the polymer matrix ductility is instrumental in ruling the fatigue resp...
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Through the comparison of two carbon fiber-reinforced polymers (Epoxy and Polyphenylene Sulfide –PPS), this work was aimed at investigating the influence of different fire conditions on the high temperature tensile mechanical behavior. In order to better understand the influence of matrix nature on post-fire properties, the fiber – or matrix-domina...
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Through the application of a simple model, the concept of damage accumulation has been used to predict the fatigue life of TP-based composite materials at a test temperature higher than its glass transition temperature. This work was aimed at studying the off-axis tension-tension fatigue behavior of woven-ply C/PPS laminates which consists of three...
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This study was aimed at comparing the residual compressive strength and behavior of TS-based (epoxy) and TP-based (PPS or PEEK) laminates initially subjected to low velocity impacts. Provided that the impact energy is not too low, the permanent indentation is instrumental in initiating laminates local buckling under compressive loadings. CAI tests...
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This study was aimed at addressing the influence of stamping on the mechanical performance (tensile, in-plane shear and inter-laminar shear) of fabric reinforced thermoplastic laminates under severe conditions. The effects of processing have been discussed at different levels: influence on the micro-structure (porosity and mean free path) and meso-...
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This study was aimed at validating a time-dependent model accounting for the influence of viscous effects of PPS matrix on the behaviour of C/PPS laminates at temperatures exceeding its Tg, when matrix viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity are prominent. This numerical model combines a linear spectral viscoelastic model and a generalized Norton-type...
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This study is aimed at comparing the response of TS-based (epoxy) and TP-based (PPS or PEEK) laminates subjected to low velocity impacts. C-scan inspections showed that impact led to diamond-shaped damage resulting from different failure mechanisms: fiber breakages in warp and weft directions, more or less inter-laminar and intra-ply damage, and ex...
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An experimental study has been conducted to investigate changes in the mechanical behavior of carbon woven ply PPS laminates, obtained from thermo-compression, for aeronautics purposes. The influence of stamping on mechanical properties (tensile, compressive, in-plane shear, inter-laminar shear) of PPS-based laminates under severe environmental con...
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a b s t r a c t An experimental and numerical study has been conducted on woven-ply PPS-based laminates subjected to static loadings at temperatures higher than the material's T g . The fiber – or matrix-dominated mechan-ical responses of laminates with respectively quasi-isotropic or angle-ply stacking sequences have been investigated in order to...
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This study aims at investigating the viscous behavior of carbon woven-ply PPS laminates. Its specificity consists in evaluating the contribution of PPS matrix to the creep-recovery response of C/PPS laminates at temperature higher than Tg of PPS (95 °C), where matrix viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity are prominent. The reinforcement is a balanced...
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a b s t r a c t This work aims at determining whether thermoplastic-based composites can be used in secondary air-craft structures to replace thermosetting-based composites or not. In order to answer this question, the mechanical behaviors of carbon fiber fabric reinforced thermoplastic (PPS or PEEK) and thermosetting (epoxy) laminates subjected to...
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This paper is aimed at investigating the influence of temperature on mechanical properties and behavior of carbon fiber fabric reinforced polyphenylenesulfide (PPS) laminates subjected to different loadings: tensile, open hole tensile, in-plane shear, compressive, flexural, interlaminar shear, single-bolt double lap joint, and single-bolt single la...
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a b s t r a c t Could thermoplastic-based composites be used to replace thermosetting-based composites in high-tem-perature secondary aircraft structures? The purpose of this work is to establish the ability of a material system to be used in aircraft engine nacelles when subjected to static loadings, with a key upper temper-ature of 120 °C. In ord...
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This work is aimed at investigating the influence of environmental conditions on the mechanical behavior of carbon fiber fabric reinforced PPS laminates. Changes in the strength and in the failure mechanisms of notched laminates and bolted joints were investigated for different environmental conditions: room temperature/dry – 120°C/hygrothermally a...
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composites à matrice thermodurcissable de type époxyde sont majoritairement utilisés pour des applications aéronautiques. Cependant, l'utilisation de ce type de matrice génère des contraintes d'utilisation (stockage, processus de réticulation, drapage manuel, défaut irréversible) et pour s'affranchir de ces problèmes des résines thermoplastiques ha...
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a b s t r a c t This work is aimed at investigating the influence of environmental conditions on the mechanical behavior of carbon fiber fabric reinforced PPS laminates. Changes in the strength and in the failure mechanisms of notched laminates and bolted joints were investigated for different environmental conditions: room tem-perature/dry – 120 °...
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This work aims at investigating the influence of temperature on the strength and the failure mechanisms of carbon fiber fabrics reinforced PPS laminates. Four different tests were carried out at two temperatures (room temperature and 120 °C): tensile, open-hole tensile, single-bolt double lap joint and single-bolt single lap joint. Around its glass...
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Une étude expérimentale et numérique du comportement en température de stratifiés à matrice thermoplastique PolyPhenyleSulfide (PPS) renforcée par un tissu de fibres de carbone a été réalisée sur des séquences d'empilement [45]<sub>7</sub> et [0/45/0/45/0/45/0]. Dans le but d'examiner l'influence de la température sur le comportement mécanique de c...
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In order to validate a 3D numerical model of the pseudoelastic behaviour of shape memory alloys (SMA) allowing a finite-strain analysis, a set of experimental tests is proposed. First consisting in determining the representative elementary volume (REV) model parameters, tensile tests are performed within a small perturbations context. Therefore, tw...
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A C0 three-node shell finite element belonging to the assumed shear strain elements family is extended to account for large strains when a rotating frame formulation is adopted to describe the material behaviour. Within an incremental method associated with the Newton iterative scheme, a strain measure is defined and interpolated in an intermediate...

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Composite sandwich structures are a very good compromise between lightness, strength and rigidity.Nowadays, sandwich structures are common in the fields of aerospace, shipbuilding or railroad, civil engineering infrastructure and many other sectors. industrial. Several studies have been made and are continuing on these materials with the aim of controlling their fatigue behavior in specific environments and structural applications. Nevertheless, these materials cannot escape weaknesses which constitute a certain handicap for a more widespread use. Indeed, their complex modes of damage, especially in fatigue, remain difficult to pinpoint, particularly the damage induced by shocks (cyclic impact) or by bending loads. Numerous studies have shown that due to this damage, the mechanical properties of composite sandwich structures can be severely impaired. Therefore, in view of the long-term use of sandwich materials as structural elements, research into the behavior of impact damage is of paramount importance. It is therefore imperative to know the behavior of these structures during fatigue loading by shock. As well as the effect of impact energy on the damage of these materials and the influence of the number of impacts and the impact energy on the damage of sandwich plates The objective of this thesis is to experimentally characterize the static and fatigue behavior under bending and cyclic impact loading of composite sandwich structures. In the proposed research program will study the effect of the core density either in static or in fatigue on the strength, rigidity and damage modes of the sandwich structure. The acoustic emission method will be used during the tests to determine the acoustic descriptor allowing the identification of the different damage modes. A part of the modeling of the behavior in static under bending loading and in fatigue with the application of the approaches of degradation of the rigidity of the sandwich structure will be presented.
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Development of an experimental platform. Influence of different fire conditions on damage mechanisms and physico-chemical properties Numerical modelling of the thermal conduction and the effects of matrix degradation on the mechanical response