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Modèles hyper-réduits pour la simulation simplifiée du soudage en substitut de calcul hors d’atteinte

Abstract : Multi-pass welding is used to recharge pipes with local sub-thickness. Numerical simulation facilitates the selection of many welding parameters. Reducing the order of models speeds up these choices. In this work, we were interested in cases where it is difficult to carry out the entire welding simulation due to time constraints or lack of calculation means. These computations are called out of reach simulations. However, the missing forecasts do not allow the implementation of a orthogonal decomposition method to extract a reduced basis of empirical modes from the data produced by numerical simulations. To overcome this difficulty, we propose either a directional model well adapted to welding, or a step of extrapolation of the simulation data by spatial shift of the already calculated forecasts. These two approaches are complementary to the hyper-reduction method, in which the balance equations are restricted to a reduced mesh size. These methods allow to start a numerical simulation of welding with a finite element model, then to continue this simulation with a hyper-reduced model. This avoids the need for numerous preliminary parametric studies and allows simulations that are out of reach. This manuscript ends with a chapter dealing with the case of reloading a tube, for which EDF has carried out an instrumented test.
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Tuan Dinh Trong. Modèles hyper-réduits pour la simulation simplifiée du soudage en substitut de calcul hors d’atteinte. Matériaux. Université Paris sciences et lettres, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018PSLEM023⟩. ⟨tel-02097067⟩



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