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FRANZONI Lorenzo

PhD student
Tel : (+33) 1 64 15 37 10
lorenzo.franzoni enpc.fr
Ecole des Ponts ParisTech
6/8 Avenue Blaise Pascal 77455 Marne la Vallée




Education

  • 2007-2010 Bachelor in Civil Engineering - University of Parma (UNIPR). Bachelor thesis on the design of a commercial steel canopy
  • 2010-2013 Master thesis on Civil/Structural Engineering - University of Parma (UNIPR). Master thesis on mechanical characterization of the ancient masonry damaged by the earthquake of 2012 in Italy. Supervisor : Daniele Ferretti
  • 2013-2016 PhD thesis at Navier Laboratory - Ecole des Ponts in collaboration with CSTB on the mechanical characterization of massive and aerated Cross Laminated Timber floors. Supervisors : Gilles Foret (Navier), Arthur Lebée (Navier) and Florent Lyon (CSTB).

Research fields

  • Timber structures
  • Cross Laminated Timber
  • Homogenization of structures
  • Coupled thermal/mechanical behavior of timber structures

Conferences

  • (poster) Comportement thermo-mécanique des panneaux lamellés croisés avec adhésifs de nouvelle génération (research project). GdR Science du Bois. National French conference on wood research. Meeting 2013, Paris
  • (poster) Modélisation des planchers CLT : vers un modèle de couche équivalente pour le bois ? GdR Science du Bois. National French conference on wood research. Meeting 2014, Nancy
  • Advanced modeling of Cross Laminated Timber panels in bending. EUROMECH Colloquium 556 - Theoretical, Numerical and Experimental Analysis in Wood Mechanics, Dresden, 27-29 May 2015
  • Advanced modeling for design helping of heterogeneous CLT panels in bending. International Network of Timber Engineering Research (INTER), Sibenik, Croatia, 24-27 August 2015
  • (poster) Comportement en flexion de panneaux en bois lamellé croisé heterogenes. GdR Science du Bois. National French conference on wood research. Meeting 2015, Clermont-Ferrand
  • Comportement en flexion de planchers en bois massifs et aérés. ORGAGEC Colloquium : Materiaux organiques pour le Genie Civil, Paris, 19-20 Novembre 2015
  • Mechanical characterization of regularly spaced CLT panels. Joint conference of COST actions FP1402 - FP1404 - Stockholm . 10-11 March 2016
  • Prediction of fire-exposed CLT floors deflection with an advanced modeling and calibration of the Reduced Cross Section method. International Network of Timber Engineering Research (INTER), Graz, Austria,16-19 August 2016
  • Bending behavior of regularly spaced CLT panels. World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE), Vienna, Austria, 22-25 August 2016

Conference Papers with peer review

  • Advanced modeling for design helping of heterogeneous CLT panels in bending. International Network of Timber Engineering Research, meeting forty-eight, Rainer Gorlacher editor
  • Prediction of fire-exposed CLT floors deflection with an advanced modeling and calibration of the Reduced Cross Section method. International Network of Timber Engineering Research, meeting forty-nine, Rainer Gorlacher editor
  • Bending behavior of regularly spaced CLT panels. World Conference on Timber Engineering (WCTE), Vienna, Austria, 22-25 August 2016

Journal Papers

  • Influence of layers orientation and number on elastic response and failure modes of CLT floors : modeling and parameter studies. European Journal of Wood and Wood products (DOI : 10.1007/s00107-016-1038-x)
  • Thick plate modeling of regularly spaced CLT panels. Engineering Structures (submitted)
  • A stiffness-based approach for improving the fire design of Cross Laminated Timber floors. Structural Engineering International (submitted)

Languages and other competences

  • Languages : Italian (mother tongue), English (professional), French (professional)
  • Programming languages : Python, Fortran (basic), Matlab (basic)
  • Finite element software : ABAQUS, Safir (basic), Strand7 (basic)
  • Drawing software : AutoCad, Inkscape, Illustrator (basic)

Mots-clés

msa, structures, génie civil