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François Bay

Septembre 2017

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François Bay


Research Director

Deputy Director of Cemef

Head of PhD training program « Computational Mechanics and Materials »


Research areas :

  • Modelling of coupled electromagnetic processes (induction heating, magnetic pulse forming, electromagnetic braking and stirring ...)
  • Computational modelling of multiphysics couplings (electromagnetism-heat transfer-solid and fluid mechanics coupling)
  • Computational modelling in electromagnetism
  • Finite element modelling
  • Identification by inverse analysis
  • Optimisation of coupled multiphysics problems

Main publications :

J. ALVES ZAPATA, F. BAY, Modelling and Analysis of Electromagnetism in Magnetic Forming Processes, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol 52, N° 5, 2016
A.C JEANSON, F. BAY, N. JACQUES, G. AVRILLAUD, M. ARRIGONI, G. MAZARS A coupled experimental/numerical approach for determining material behavior at high strain-rate, International Journal of Impact Engineering, Volume 98, Pages 75-87,2016
L. MARIONI, J. ALVES, E. HACHEM, F. BAY new approach to solve complex valued systems arising from the solution of Maxwell equations in the frequency domain through real-equivalent formulations, Numerical Linear Algebra with Applications, 2016
L. MARIONI, F. BAY, E. HACHEM Numerical stability analysis and flow simulation of lid-driven cavity subjected to high magnetic field, Physics of Fluids, 28, 057102, 2016
S. KLONK, F. BAY, Numerical analysis of computational models for induction heat treatment of complex geometrical parts, Int. J. Microstructure and Materials Properties, Vol. 11, Nos. 1/2, pp48-70, 2016
R. NAAR, F. BAY, Numerical optimisation for induction heat treatment processes, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 37, pp. 2074-2085, 2012
M. BEROT, J. MALRIEU, F. BAY, An innovative strategy to create equivalent elements for modelling assembly points in joined structures, Engineering Computations, 2012
I. COMBY, F. BERNARD, P.O. BOUCHARD, F. BAY, and E. GARCIA-DIAZ, Development and validation of a 3D computational tool to describe concrete behaviour at mesoscale, application to the Alkali-Silica Reaction, Computational Materials Science, 46 (4), pp. 1163-1177, 2009.
I. COMBY, P.O. BOUCHARD, F. BAY, F. BERNARD, E. GARCIA-DIAZ Numerical aspects of a problem with damage to simulate the mechanical behavior of a quasi-brittle material, Computational Materials, 2007
F. BAY, Induction Heating Processes Modelling: Optimization Procedure and Parallel Computing International Journal of Materials & Product Technology (IJMPT) by invitation for Special issue “Induction Heating & Hardening”, 2006
Y. FAVENNEC, V. LABBE, and F. BAY, The ultraweak time coupling in nonlinear modeling and related optimization problems, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol 60, issue 3, 2004
Y. FAVENNEC, V. LABBE, Y. TILLIER and F. BAY Identification of Magnetic Parameters Through Inverse Analysis Coupled with Finite Element Modeling, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol 38,6, pp 3607-3619,2002
Y. FAVENNEC, V. LABBE and F. BAY. Induction Heating Processes Optimization - A General Optimal Control Approach, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. 187, pp. 68-94, 2003.
F. BAY, V. LABBE, Y. FAVENNEC and J.-L. CHENOT A numerical model for induction heating processes coupling electromagnetism and thermomechanics, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 58, pp. 839-867, 2003.
P.O. BOUCHARD, F. BAY, Y. CHASTEL and I. TOVENA - Crack Propagation Modelling Using an Advanced Remeshing Technique, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, 189, pp. 723-742, 2000.
P.O. BOUCHARD, F. BAY, Y. CHASTEL, Numerical modelling of crack propagation: automatic remeshing and comparison of different criteria, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, vol. 192, pp 3887-3908, 2003
J.-L. CHENOT and F. BAY An overview of Numerical Modeling Techniques, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 1998
I. COMBY, P.-O. BOUCHARD, F. BAY, F. BERNARD, E. GARCIA-DIAZ Numerical aspects of a problem with damage to simulate the mechanical behavior of a quasi-brittle material, Computational Materials, 2007.
F. BAY, Y. CHASTEL, M. BELLET : Modélisation diphasique des matériaux à l'état semi-solide: Chapitre 9 du livre : la mise en forme à l'état semi-solide, M. SUERY, D. FAVIER, Ed. HERMES, 2002.
F. BAY : Modélisation numérique par éléments finis en Adhérence- Chapitre 3.8 du livre : Adhésion-Adhérence, E. DARQUE-CERETTI, E. FELDER, Ed. EYROLLES, 2001.
F. BAY, P.O. BOUCHARD, E. DARQUE-CERETTI, E. FELDER and S. SCOTTO-SHERIFF Numerical and Experimental Analysis of a Fracture Mechanics Test of Adhesive Bonded Joints, Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology, 1999

 

Mini CV :

2008-today

Deputy Director of Cemef

2014-today

Head of PhD training program « Computational Mechanics and Materials »

1997-2013

Head of research group «Mechanical and Multiphysics Modelling"

1999-2012

Head of post-graduate training program « Computational Mechanics »
 
 

Formation :

2002

Accreditation to Supervise Research - Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis

1989

PhD in Applied Mathematics – Université Paris VI and Ecole Centrale de Paris
   

Miscellaneous :

Co-holder of the Daher Chair (Materials for Aviation and Nuclear Industry) (2010-2015)
Member of several « Conference Editorial Board » (Electromagnetic Processing of Materials EPM-2018, UIE-2017 Electrotechnologies for Material Processing, Metal Forming 2018, International Conference on Technology of Plasticity 2017,...)
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