Fluid-structure interactions in fibrous materials

Educational objectives


In this lab-course, the students will go from the 3D imaging of a simple fibrous material using X ray-tomography, to the computation of its overall permeability and its evolution when deformed, using numerical simulation. 

 

The participants will experience on a full case study the key steps to collect images in a real situation, digitise and incorporate them into a numerical model to eventually simulate a behaviour and predict the evolution of key physical quantities.

In this case study, solid and fluid mechanics are coupled. 

Prerequisite


This lab-course can be attended by M2 students with a background in solid and fluid mechanics and imaging techniques.

Full case study: fluid - microsctructure coupling in fibrous media (16 hrs)


3D imaging of a woven fabric under deformation using X ray tomography

8 hrs lab course

Teacher: Sabine ROLLAND DU ROSCOAT

Modelling of the deformation and numerical solving of the permeability at the material scale

8 hrs lab course

Teacher: Laurent ORGEAS

Contacts


Sabine Rolland du Roscoat

3SR

Laurent Orgéas

3SR

Location


This lab-course is hosted in the Eiffel Building of the 3SR Lab located at 1301 rue de la piscine on the campus

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