A reduced numerical strategy based on PGD for composite shell structures simulations
TypeCommunications sans actes
This paper explores an alternative to shell computation. The proposed strategy uses the Proper Generalized Methods based on a separated representation. The idea is to solve the full 3D solid problem separating the in-plane and the out-of-plane spaces. This allows to represents complex fields in the thickness without the complexity and the computational cost of a solid mesh which is particularly interesting when dealing with multi-layer composite.
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