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Zerhouni Othmane
POST-DOCTORANT

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Bureau : 5:10-70&B!MEZ
Téléphone : +33169335778
Département/Laboratoire/Service : CA/DER/LAB/LMS
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DOCTORANT 2016-2017

Bibliographie & travail en cours

Biographie: 
  • Undergraduate background in Mathematics and Physics from French classes préparatoires.
  • Graduate Engineer from Arts et Métiers Engineering school : Majors in Mechanical engineering, Material processes and  Industrial processes.
  • Master of Science in Mechanics and Engineering of Materials: Major in life cycle of polymers and composites.
  • PhD Thesis: Modeling the linear elastic behavior of random heterogeneous and multi-scale microstructures based on statistical descriptors - Application to reservoir rock seismic interpretation and 3D printed metamaterials.
Recherche: 

Sujet de thése: Modélisation du comportement élastique linéaire de microstructure hétérogènes aléatoires multi-échelle par descripteurs statistiques - Application à l'interprétation de la réponse élastique des roches réservoirs et l'impression 3D de microstructures architecturées.

Thesis subject: Modeling the linear elastic behavior of random heterogeneous and multi-scale microstructures based on statistical descriptors - Application to reservoir rock seismic interpretation and 3D printed metamaterials.

Details of the research topic : Heterogeneous microstructures are materials made of multiple components such that their macroscopic physical properties depend not only on those of the constituents but also on the way these are assembled. To understand how the internal geometry affect the overall response of the composite materials, the project of research investigate n-point probability functions and other statistical descriptors to find the sufficient descriptions parameters to involve in the prediction of the elastic properties of a heterogeneous material.

This work applies statistically controlled random models and microstructure to respond to the challenge and apply the latter statistical descriptors to fabricate numerically generated microstructures that achieve targeted mechanical properties and to link the seismic response of rocks to geophysical processes that serve the reservoir engineering.

Publications et Liens

Publications: 

Zerhouni, O., Tarantino, M. G., Danas K. (2019). Numerically-aided 3D printed random isotropic porous materials approaching the Hashin-Shtrikman bounds, Composites B 156, 344-354

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