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Published on 2024-02-09

Réduction de modèle pour un problème non-linéaire avec interfaces multiples : application à la modélisation de câbles d'ancrage

The employment of high fidelity simulators in industrial application still remain nowadays limited by their computational cost, in particular for the optimization of structure design and reliability assessment. To overcome this situation, several reduced order modeling (ROM) techniques have been developed.

Mechanical Engineering Applied Physico-chemistry and Mechanics Lyon
Published on 2024-02-07

Scénarios d’électrification des procédés pour décarboner l’industrie manufacturière française: enjeux technologiques et dynamique multisectorielle

In France and Europe, deep decarbonization scenarios aiming to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050 rely heavily on direct electrical technologies for thermal and thermodynamic uses of industrial processes. Manufacturing accounts for a quarter of France’s CO2 emissions. There is large number of uncertainties about this transition.

Economics and HSS IFP School Rueil-Malmaison
Published on 2024-02-07

Modelling of Dual-fuel combustion by Large Eddy Simulation

Economical, geopolitical and social trends, apart from the well-posed environmental concerns, are possible to precipitate legislative actions for the partial substitution of Diesel by cleaner fuels in the imminent future. Besides, the already stringiest emission legislation referring to Diesel engines, e.g.

Mechanical Engineering Digital Science and Technology Rueil-Malmaison
Published on 2024-02-07

Commande sans capteur de position des machines synchrones, application aux groupes motopropulseurs électrique

Permanent magnet synchronous machines are frequently used in transport electrification applications because of their high efficiency. The control of these machines requires knowing with precision the speed and the position of the rotor. Position sensors, habitually used, are efficient but present some inconvenient.

Electrical, Electronic and Information Engineering Mobility and Systems Rueil-Malmaison