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Prof. Gilles Lubineau

COHMAS Laboratory, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

 

E-mail: gilles.lubineau@kaust.edu.sa

 

Qualifications

 
2002   Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering, Paris VI University, France
2000   Postgraduate, Structures and Mechanical Systems, Paris VI University, France
1998   M.Sc., Mechanics and Technology, Paris VI University, France

Publications (Selected)

  1. M. Alfano, G. Lubineau, F. Furgiuele and G.H. Paulino (2011). Identi_cation of mode-I cohesive zone parameters of Al/epoxt T-peel joints with laser treated substrates Submitted to Interna- tional Journal of Fracture, July 2011. 
  2. M. Alfano, F. Furgiuele, G. Lubineau and G.H. Paulino (2011). Study on the role of laser surface irradiation on damage and decohesion of Al/epoxy bonded joints Submitted to International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, June 2011. 
  3. G. Lubineau, Y. Azdoud, F. Han, Ch. Rey and A. Askari (2011). A morphing-based coupling strategy between peridynamics and classical continuum mechanics theories Submitted to Journal of Mechanics and Physics of Solids, May 2011. 
  4. E. Florentin and G. Lubineau (2011). Using Constitutive Equation Gap Method for the identi_cation of elastic material parameters: technical insights and illustrations Accepted for publication in International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing, March 2011.
  5. G. Lubineau, A. Rahaman and M. Jouiad (2011). A review on nanoreinforcement strategies for carbon-_ber/epoxy laminated composites with improved mechanical properties Submitted to Carbon, February 2011. 
  6. B. Blaysat, E. Florentin, G. Lubineau and A. Moussawi (2011). Identi_cation of an elasto-plastic material model using the dissipation gap method. Submitted to International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, February 2011.
  7. F. Han and G. Lubineau (2011). Coupling of non-local and local continuum models by the Arlequin approach Accepted for publication in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, in press. 
  8. M. Alfano, F. Furgiuele, G. Lubineau and G. Paulino (2011). Simulation of debonding in Al/epoxy T-peel joints using a potential based cohesive zone model. Procedia Engineering,v. 10, pp. 1760-1765. 
  9. G. Lubineau and E. Florentin (2011). The global equilibrium method and its hybrid implementation for identifying heterogeneous elastic material parameters. Computers and Structures, v. 89(7-8), pp. 656-667. 
  10. F. Bordeu, P.A. Boucard and G. Lubineau (2010). A Mesoscale Model for Damage, Cracking and Delamination Prediction in Composite Materials. Science and Engineering of Composite Materials, v.17(4), pp. 271-282. 
  11. G. Lubineau (2010). A pyramidal modeling scheme for laminates - identi_cation of transverse cracking - International Journal of Damage Mechanics, v.19(4), pp. 499-518. 
  12. E. Florentin and G. Lubineau (2010). Identi_cation of the parameters of an elastic material model using the Constitutive Equation Gap Method., Computational Mechanics, v. 46(4), pp.521-531. 
  13. M.R. Khan and G. Lubineau (2010). Innovations in Composites, Advances Materials and Processes. v. 168(2), pp. 19-21. 
  14. G. Lubineau (2009). A goal-oriented _eld measurement _ltering technique for the identification of material model parameters, Computational Mechanics. v. 44(5), pp. 591-603. 
  15. D. Violeau, P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2009). Micromodel-based simulations for laminated composites, Composites Sciences and Technology. v. 69(9), pp. 1364-1371. 
  16. G. Lubineau G., D. Violeau and P. Ladev_eze (2009). Illustrations of a microdamage model for laminates under oxidizing thermal cycling. Composites Science and Technology, v. 69(1), pp. 3-9. 
  17. G. Lubineau (2008). Estimation of residual stresses in laminated composites using eld measurements on a cracked sample. Composites Science and Technology, v. 68(13), pp. 2761-2769. 
  18. G. Lubineau and P. Ladev_eze (2008). Construction of a micromechanics-based intralaminar mesomodel, and illustrations in ABAQUS/Standard. Computational Materials Science, v. 43, pp. 137-145. 
  19. G. Lubineau and P. Ladev_eze (2008). A pyramidal damage modeling for laminates composites- Illustrations using Abaqus. Collection of Technical Papers - AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC, pp. 2008-2112. 
  20. G. Lubineau, P. Ladev_eze and D. Violeau (2006). Durability of CFRP laminates under thermomechanical loading: a micromechanics-based damage mesomodel. Composites Science and Technology, v. 66(7-8), pp. 983-992. 
  21. P. Ladev_eze, G. Lubineau G. and D. Violeau (2006). A computational damage micromodel of laminate composites. International Journal of Fracture, v. 137(1-4), pp. 139-150. 
  22. P. Ladev_eze, G. Lubineau and D. Marsal (2006). Towards a bridge between the micro- and the mesomechanics of delamination for laminated composites. Composites Science and Technology. v. 66(6), pp. 698-712. 
  23. G. Lubineau and P. Ladev_eze (2005). Towards a micromechanics-based damage mesomodel for CFRP laminates under thermomechanical cyclic loading. Science and Engineering of Composite Materials, v. 12(1-2), pp. 71-82. 
  24. P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2004). A computational mesodamage model for life prediction for laminates. Fatigue in Composite Materials, A Review of the Science and Technology of the Fatigue Response of Fibre-Reinforced Plastics Composites Science and Technology, Bryan Harris ed. (University of Bath, UK), Woodhead-Publishing, pp. 432-441. 
  25. P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2003). Pont entre les "micro-" et "m_eso-" m_ecaniques descomposites strati__es. Comptes-Rendus _a l'Acad_emie des Sciences, C.R. M_ecanique, v. 331, pp. 537-544. 
  26. P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2003). On a damage mesomodel for laminates: micromechanics basis and improvement. Mechanics of Materials, v. 35(8), pp. 763-775. 
  27. P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2002). An enhanced mesomodel for laminates based on micromechanics. Composites Science and Technology, v. 62, pp. 533-541. 
  28. P. Ladev_eze and G. Lubineau (2001). On a damage mesomodel for laminates: micro-meso relationships, possibilities and limits. Composites Science and Technology, v. 61, pp. 2149-2158.