Philippe Boisse
University of Lyon
Composite numberBending stiffnessFinite element methodForming processesHyperelastic materialComposite materialTextileMesoscopic physicsMaterials scienceConstitutive equationDeformation (meteorology)ThermoformingWoven fabricYarnShell (structure)Textile compositeStructural engineeringReinforcementBendingShear (geology)
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49H-index
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#1Jin Huang (University of Lyon)H-Index: 1
#2Philippe Boisse (University of Lyon)H-Index: 49
Last. Nahiene Hamila (CNRS: Centre national de la recherche scientifique)H-Index: 20
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Abstract Tufting of preforms increases the resistance of the laminated composites to delamination. Draping of the preforms is clearly modified by the presence of tufting threads. A simulation approach for the forming of tufted textile reinforcement stacks is proposed. It determines the state of the tufted preforms after forming and in particular the possible wrinkles. The layers of textile reinforcements are modeled by stress resultant shells. Tufting threads are modeled by rod chains that can s...
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#1Gabriele Barbagallo (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)H-Index: 12
#2Marco Valerio d'Agostino (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)H-Index: 12
Last. Angela Madeo (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)H-Index: 33
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AbstractThis paper describes phenomena associated to the microstructure, such as the local bending stiffness of the yarns, with a second gradient parameter associated to terms in the energy with hi...
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#1Jin HuangH-Index: 1
#2Nahiene HamilaH-Index: 20
Last. Philippe BoisseH-Index: 49
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#1Jie WangH-Index: 1
#2Peng WangH-Index: 22
Last. Philippe BoisseH-Index: 49
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#1Jin Huang (University of Lyon)H-Index: 1
#2Philippe Boisse (University of Lyon)H-Index: 49
Last. Peng Wang (University of Upper Alsace)H-Index: 22
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Abstract Draping of composite textile reinforcements on a square box was analyzed experimentally and by numerical simulation. This forming is difficult for fabrics with continuous fibers due to the quasi inextensibility of the fibers. It is shown that the feasibility of draping on a square box with a large depth depends on the weave pattern of the textile reinforcement. Simultaneous forming of several plies without defects is also obtained. A simulation approach based on stress resultant shell f...
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#1Raphaël RichertH-Index: 3
#1Raphaël RichertH-Index: 1
Last. Maxime DucretH-Index: 9
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#1Quentin Steer (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)
#2Julien Colmars (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)
Last. Philippe Boisse (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)H-Index: 49
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Abstract Simulations of the draping is currently based on membrane and out-of-plane bending stiffnesses of the composite textile reinforcements. In this article, an additional stiffness of in-plane bending of fibers is introduced. This stiffness gives rise to the appearance of transition zones in the deformation of fibrous reinforcements, which have been experimentally highlighted. Second gradient approaches have made it possible to model these phenomena in continuous medium and 3D finite elemen...
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#1Philippe BoisseH-Index: 49
#2Jin HuangH-Index: 1
Last. E. Guzman-MaldonadoH-Index: 5
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Different approaches for the simulation of wrinkling during forming of textile reinforcements are presented. It is shown that 3D finite element modeling requires the consideration of an additional bending stiffness of the fibers. In shell-type modeling, the bending stiffness is important because it conditions the size of the wrinkles. Different methods to take into account the bending stiffness independently of the tensile stiffness are presented. The onset and development of wrinkles during for...
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#1Philippe BoisseH-Index: 49
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#1Marina Selezneva (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)H-Index: 4
#2Naim NaouarH-Index: 7
Last. Philippe Boisse (INSA Lyon: Institut national des sciences Appliquées de Lyon)H-Index: 49
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Self-reinforced polypropylene (SRPP) is a composite in which the reinforcement and the matrix consist of the same polymer, namely polypropylene. The present work focuses on the development and experimental validation of an FE model for thermoforming of SRPP. The constitutive model of SRPP sheet is based on the Boisse – Charmetant hyperelastic law. Material properties required to fit the model were obtained from the tensile and picture frame shear tests performed at forming temperatures and bendi...
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