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  • Mesoscopic approach for the forming of composite woven reinforcements (S. Gatouillat PhD)

    Mesoscopic approach for the forming of composite woven reinforcements (S. Gatouillat PhD)

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  • Simulation of dynamic rupture of SPH shell (F. Caleyron PhD, ANR REPDYN)

    Simulation of dynamic rupture of SPH shell (F. Caleyron PhD, ANR REPDYN)

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  • Multiple impacts modelling for the prediction of residual stresses generated through ultrasonic shot peening

    Multiple impacts modelling for the prediction of residual stresses generated through ultrasonic shot peening

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  • 'Measurement' of pressure spike & lubricant rheology

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  • Textured cylinder-liner surface

    Textured cylinder-liner surface

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  • Thermal and mechanical properties modeling of architectured materials

    Thermal and mechanical properties modeling of architectured materials

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  • Numerical values (FEM) and experimental values (interferometry) of the lubricant film thickness (Trybogyr test rig)

    Numerical values (FEM) and experimental values (interferometry) of the lubricant film thickness (Trybogyr test rig)

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  • Molecular Dynamics simulation of ZDDP effects on friction in nano-scale lubricated contacts

    Molecular Dynamics simulation of ZDDP effects on friction in nano-scale lubricated contacts

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  • Distributed piezoelectric sensors for boundary forces measurements

    Distributed piezoelectric sensors for boundary forces measurements

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  • Advanced Chebyshev expansion for identification on continuous structures

    Advanced Chebyshev expansion for identification on continuous structures

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  • Diagnostic and monitoring of rotating parts in vehicles

    Diagnostic and monitoring of rotating parts in vehicles

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  • Control of rotating machines with active magnetic bearing

    Control of rotating machines with active magnetic bearing

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Director : Daniel NELIASLaMCoS French Presentation

 

The Contacts and Structures Mechanics Laboratory (LaMCoS) is a joint research unit (UMR5259) of INSA Lyon and CNRS (INSIS, Institute of Engineering Sciences and Systems).

Research at LaMCoS focuses on the prediction and analysis of performance and integrity of mechanical and live systems under static, cyclic, dynamic or extreme conditions from the component or component to the complete system.

LaMCoS offers a wide range of skills in tribology, dynamic dynamics, vibration, control, transmission systems, rotating machines, composites, innovative processes, biomechanics , Energy recovery and materials physics.

The laboratory is structured into 5 thematic research teams. Each team has the dual competence in experimentation as well as in modeling and simulation.

A national and international scientific influence enables these 5 teams, assisted by technical and administrative staff, to participate in numerous national and European projects : Institut Carnot I@L, Labex iMust and Manutech-Sise, Equipex Phare and DURASOL, .. and to publish in the best journals of the field.