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Agnelli Filippo
DOCTORANT

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Office : 3:30-12&C
Telephone : +33169335740
Department/Laboratory/Direction : CA/DER/LAB/LMS

Biography and Current Works

Mission: 

 

PhD Student

 

Title :  Robust Design of 3D printable Structures

Supervisor : Andrei Constantinescu

 

Abstract : 3D-printing is an innovative technique to manufacture three-dimensional objects with complex shape. Processed materials are metals, ceramics or polymers depending on the working principle of the printer. The technologies enable the manufacturing of materials with an architectured microstructure of tailorable geometry. The objective of the project is to develop an optimal shape design method of structures manufactured by 3D printing of nonlinear materials. Structures will subsequently be fabricated and mechanically tested.

Keywords: additive manufacturing, optimal design, architectured microstructure, metal, polymer.

 

Résumé : L’impression 3D est un ensemble des technologies innovantes permettant de fabriquer des objets 3D deforme complexe. Les matériaux utilisés sont des métaux, des polymères ou des céramiques dépendant de la technologie de l’imprimante. Un des davantage de cette technologie est la possibilité de fabriquer des matériaux avec une microstructure architecturé. L’objectif du projet est le développement d’une méthode de conception des structures de forme optimale fabrique par impression 3D en utilisant des matériaux à comportement non-linéaire. Les structures calculées serons ensuite imprimés et testes mécaniquement.

Mots clefs: fabrication additive, conception optimale, microstructure architecture, metal, polymère.

 

Biography: 

 Education

 

Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay, France / 2014 – 2018

  • Master 2, MAGIS “Materials and Engineering Sciences in Paris”
  • Master 2, Formation à l’Enseignement Supérieur en Mécanique
  • Master 1, Mécanique des Matériaux et des Structures
  • Licence 3, Formation SAPHIRE

 

Internship & Collaborations

 

  • PSA Group, Centre technique de Vélizy, France / January – June 2017

Collaborative Project: “Design of an Infinite Variable Transmission for an automobile thermal energy recovery unit”
Keywords: Power Transmission, IVT, PSD, Efficiency
Contact: Wissam Bou Nader (Sciences for Energy, Powertrains & Converters)

 

 

  • NMB-Minebea UK, Lincoln, United Kingdom / May – August 2016

Internship: "Intelligent Tram Coupling Bearing Project"
Issues: Provide real time, relevant information to operators for enhanced Life Cycle Cost evaluations for Maintenance regimes in tram coupling bearing
Mentor: Chris Bennett, Commercial Projects & Compliance Manager

 

  • SYSTEREL, France / September – December 2015

TER Project: "Study of failures in the railway environment: trace analysis",
Issues: automation of data process, model establishment from data mining.
Mentor: Grégory Faraut, LURPA

Teaching: 

Lauréat du concours d’agrégation de Sciences Industrielles de l’ingénieur, Option Génie Mécanique (2017) – Classement : 18ème

 

Monitorat 2018-2019

- TP de 1ère année du Bachelor (Bachelor 1ère année, de mi-novembre à fin janvier)

- Enseignement d'approfondissement Matériau Intelligent (Cycle ingénieur, 3ème année de décembre à février)

 

IUT Cachan – Université Paris Sud, France / Oct. 2016 – May 2017
Tutorial activities monitoring
1h/week, group of 6-8 students – Oversee exercises, preparation for examination

Main Publications and Links

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Enseignement: 

Cours :

PHY103 - Beginner’s Physics Lab I (2018-2019)

In the Beginner’s Physics Lab sessions students will have the opportunity to apply the physics knowledge they have acquired in PHY101 in 4 distinct lab sessions of 4 hour duration. Students will learn basic experimental techniques, data analysis and interpretation, and documentation of experimental work. PHY103 will cover harmonic oscillators, forces and equilibrium, kinematics and collisions, and waves.

PHY103 - Beginner’s Physics Lab I (2019-2020)

In the Beginner’s Physics Lab sessions students will have the opportunity to apply the physics knowledge they have acquired in PHY101 in 4 distinct lab sessions of 4 hour duration. Students will learn basic experimental techniques, data analysis and interpretation, and documentation of experimental work. PHY103 will cover harmonic oscillators, forces and equilibrium, kinematics and collisions, and waves.