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Conference 2 - Aeronautics: Multiscale Modeling for Behavioral Predictions

Tuesday March 14 - 2:00pm to 4:45pm
Mezzanine Hall 6 (611)

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Conference 2 - Aeronautics: Multiscale Modeling for Behavioral Predictions

  • Predictive modeling
  • Mechanical analysis
  • Structure strength optimization

Composite materials make for complex behavioral challenges: structure sizing, processes, tooling, environmental influence, etc. As their use becomes more widespread, the need for efficient and well-adapted damage models has grown. Mechanical properties need to be taken into account as best as possible in order to optimize the use of composite materials, notably in Aeronautics where the requirements are particularly stringent.

Chairman
ONERA Chairman

ONERA

Frédéric Laurin

country:
France

Research Engineer

2:00 PM to 2:25 PM
ONERA

ONERA

Martin Hirsekorn

country:
France

Research Scientist

ONERA

ONERA

Christian Fagiano

country:
France

Research Scientist

ONERA

ONERA

Aurélien Doitrand

country:
France

PhD Student

Multiscale Modeling of Damage in Composites with Woven Reinforcements

  • Taking into account the mechanical properties of the constituent materials and the architecture of the fibrous reinforcement
  • Predictive modeling strategy, covering damage evolution
2:25 PM to 2:50 PM
Airbus Safran Launchers

Airbus Safran Launchers

Camille Martin

country:
France

Structure Analysis Engineer

Airbus Safran Launchers

Airbus Safran Launchers

Ludovic Ballere

country:
France

Research Engineer

Use of Sub-modelling Techniques and Damage Models for the Mechanical Analysis of Composite Structures

  • Progressively increasing the use of theoretical approaches
  •  Introducing new “Advanced Methods” for the mechanical justification of composite structures
  • Optimization of modelling strategy for structural analysis
2:50 PM to 3:15 PM
E-XSTREAM ENGINEERING

E-XSTREAM ENGINEERING

Roger Assaker

country:
Luxembourg

CEO

E-XSTREAM ENGINEERING

E-XSTREAM ENGINEERING

Laurent Adam

country:
Luxembourg

R&D Director

Multiscale Modeling for More Affordable Engineering of Composite Materials and Structures

  • Facilitating the usage of different types of materials for aeronautic applications
  • Applying a micro-mechanics simulation-based tool
3:15 PM to 3:30 PM - Networking break
3:30 PM to 3:55 PM
Safran Aircraft Engines

Safran Aircraft Engines

Julien Schneider

country:
France

Mechanical Expert

Safran Aircraft Engines

Safran Aircraft Engines

Nicolas Carrere

country:
France

Engineer

Multiscale and Multimodel Approaches for Composite Materials in Aeronautic Structures

3:55 PM to 4:20 PM
Airbus

Airbus

Laurent Risse

country:
France

Senior Expert Composite Airframe Structure Analysis

Advanced Simulation for Aircraft Structure Design: Status & Perspectives

4:20 PM to 4:45 PM
Dassault Aviation

Dassault Aviation

Dominique Martini

country:
France

Stress Engineer

Validating Multiscale Modelling of CFRP Specimens Using Digital Image Correlation

  • Optimizing the strength of composite structures
  • Macro-scale modelling for analysing load paths
  • Failure criterion based on meso-scale modelling that can handle material damage
  • Global and local information about behavior