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CEMEF PhD thesis 2019: Morphological analysis and modeling of the foaming process of elastomers

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Presentation of the establishment and the laboratory of reception: CEMEF, which stands for Centre de Mise en Forme des Matériaux, or Centre for Material Forming, is a leading research centre in the field of material forming. It was created in 1974 and is located in the Sophia Antipolis science park, near Nice in the south of France. It is a research laboratory of Mines ParisTech and has been associated with CNRS, the French National Science Foundation since 1979...

CEMEF develops global approaches in material forming (polymers, bio-polymers, elastomers, metals, alloys...), combining physics, physical chemistry, mechanics, thermics, modelling, numerical simulation (finite element methods, meshing, fluid-structure coupling...).

The scientific developments are applied to forming processes: injection molding, extrusion, forging, machining, rolling, welding... It has about 160 people, including 70 PhD students. Global objective of work: The main purpose of this thesis is to improve the capabilities of Forge to model thin products. The first challenge to rise will be related to the development of constitutive laws adapted to reproduce the anisotropy of materials under complex non-proportional loading paths.

More infos on : http://www.cemef.mines-paristech.fr/sections/formations/doctorats/pour-p...

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