The research team is interested in modelling the entire energy chain, from production to consumption, including distribution and supervision. Understanding the precise physical functioning of production machines allows us to rationalise their use and use them for storage. An essential numerical part completes the work by proposing models of energy distribution networks and communication systems necessary for the optimisation of the whole.
Based on all engineering fields, innovative materials and structures are experiencing considerable growth. This involves the development of new technologies, including additive manufacturing and intelligent materials. The research team participates in this field of research by focusing on three subjects: multi-scale modelling of materials; improvement of additive manufacturing processes and characterisation of the performance of new materials.
Complex fluid modelling concerns all fluids that cannot be described by the Navier-Stokes equations. Most of the problems studied are related to complex fluid dynamics and multiphase flows, in particular fluid-particle interactions. The research developed involves interdisciplinary collaboration between several scientific fields. We propose a mathematical and numerical analysis of these fluids with industrial applications.
The professors and researchers of the Modeling Group
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