Reference : Data-driven modelling and simulation: fracture and medical simulations
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Data-driven modelling and simulation: fracture and medical simulations
Bordas, Stéphane mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Engineering Research Unit >]
Jožef Stefan Institute Seminar Series
2018 February 8
Jožef Stefan Institute
[en] data-driven ; fracture ; medical simulation
[en] Predicting failure in aircraft structures – simulating fracture across scales and times

You could fly every day of your life in a commercial aircraft for twenty thousand years without suffering a fatal accident. This extraordinary level of safety is the product of decades of engineering and materials science research. Simultaneously, engineers have strived to produce lighter and stronger aircraft, with increased range and metals have thus been gradually replaced by lighter advanced composite materials which take up more than half of the structural weight of today's most advanced aircraft. Such progress has been largely enabled by modeling and simulation of materials and structures, which have revolutionized design by enabling engineers to investigate virtually various design strategies. This presentation will focus on the challenges which have been posed, are posed, and will be posed to such modeling and simulation tools in the strive to predict the durability of lighter, stronger, longer-ranging and more reliable aircraft.
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