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Research – Development – Innovation

Numerical Tools and Methods

cluster de calculSupervisor : Abdelmounaim TOUNZI
abdelmounaim.tounzi@univ-lille.fr
L2EP, Bâtiment P2
Cité Scientifique – Université Lille 1
59655 Villeneuve d’Ascq
Tél : +33 0)3-20-43-49-06

 

 

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The team Numerical Tools and Methods works on the development of numerical models and effective methodologies aimed to the optimal design and study of electromagnetic devices within their environment.

Among the topics covered, we can quote :

  • Characterization and modelling of the electromagnetic behaviour of magnetic materials while taking account for the impact of manufacturing processes.
  • Development of models of various granularities (finite elements, reluctance networks, response surfaces … etc)
  • Development and implementation of advanced numerical methods to reduce computation time (error estimation, order model reduction…)
  • Coupling between different physical models with distinct time constants
  • Taking into account the variability of the input quantities in order to evaluate the dispersion on the quantities of interest (quantification of uncertainties).
  • Development of multi-disciplinary, multi-level, multi-scale optimization methodologies as well as the development of optimization strategies.
  • Optimal design of electrical machines including multi-physics issues such as noise and vibration but also the integration of the operating cycle.
  • Study of healthy and faulty electromagnetic devices for diagnostic purposes.

The results of the work developed are capitalized in a software platform which includes the Sophémis optimization code and code_Carmel finite element code. The latter is co-developed in collaboration with EDF Lab within the framework of the joint LAMEL laboratory.

Key words

3D finite elements, characterization and modelling of magnetic materials, quantification of uncertainties, order model reduction, error estimation, optimization design, methodologies and optimization strategies, electrical machines within their environment, electromagnetic diagnosis, multi-objective optimization, multi-level, multi-physics and multi-granularity, operating cycle.

Team 

BENABOU Abdelkader, MCF HDR
BRISSET Stéphane, PR
CLENET Stéphane, PR
GILLON Frédéric, MCF HDR
GUYOMARCH Frédéric, MCF
HECQUET Michel, PR
HENNERON Thomas, MCF
LE MENACH Yvonnick, PR
MESSAL Oualid, MCF
NGUYEN Thu-Trang, MCF
PIRIOU Francis, PR
TANG Zuqi, MCF
TOUNZI Abdelmounaïm, PR
BEKIR Wissem, Design engineer
CHEVALLIER Loïc, Design engineer
KORECKI Julien, Design engineer
LEPOUTRE Amandine, Design engineer

Post-PhD Student
Allaa Eddine BOUMESBAH
Reda EL BECHARI
Ruohan GONG
Meryeme JAMIL
Jerome TOMEZYK

PhD Student
Théo DELAGNES
Marwane DHERBÉCOURT
Yamina DJOUADI
Anthony EL HAJJ
Hamza FAROOQ
Walid GUENDOUZ
Hugo HELBLING
Nabil M'ZALI
Vincent MARTIN
Leysmir MILLAN MIRABAL
Walid MOHAND OUSSAID
Houssein TAHA
Thierry TOLLANCE
Emre UYGUN

Docteur
Adham KALOUN
Patricio LA DELFA
Jérôme MARAULT
Raphaël PILE

Partenariats

Research programs : : MEDEE, JEOLIS
Nationals laboratories : G2Elab, Roberval, FEMTO-ST – Belfort, SATIE -Paris, IREENA, LSEE, LAPLACE, AMPERE, SEEDS
Laboratories from others areas : Paul Painlevé (applied mathematics), LAMIH (thermal), LMSP (processes and metrology) CRIStAL (automatic and computer)
Industries: EDF, Jeumont Electric, Valéo, Auxel, Alstom-Transport (Ornans, Tarbes, Charleroi), Renault, IREQ
International relations : Belgium (Pôle d’attraction inter-universitaire, Liège, Gand, KU Leuven), TU Cluj Napoca, University of Bucarest, MPEI Moscou, Brasil (University  of Santa Catarina), Canada (Universities of Laval, Université McGill, ETS Montréal), United states (University of Akron), Algeria (ENP Alger, University of Béjaïa), LARA ENIT Tunis, Finland (University of d’Aalto), Germany (RWTH-Aachen), China (Universities of Wuhan,  Xi’An Jiaotong and Chinese academic science)