MAteriaux
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Research Units
The Department of Materials focuses all trades and scientific and technical expertise for the development of new materials, from design (computer modeling, synthesis, ...) to manufacturing ... More »
Aeronautical and space systems are composed of high-tech materials subjected to severe environments and stresses.   The laboratory characterizes the thermal and mechanical behavior of these ... More »
The Laboratory Expertises Chimiques & Physico-Chimiques (LECP) catactérises materials, mainly inorganic, to determine their chemical composition and some physicochemical ... More »
The properties validation and the understanding of physical and chemical properties (laser damage, mechanical properties, optical) are at the core of studies in the laboratory through metrology and ... More »
The Department of Explosives designs, develops and manufactures pyrotechnic devices of French nuclear warheads. Find the activities of the different laboratoirs DXPL by clicking on the links ... More »
The mechanical characterisation is carried out within the Laboratory for Mechanical Behaviour of Irradiated Materials (LCMI).   This activity includes mechanical tests on irradiated ... More »
The Service de Recherches de Métallurgie Physique (SRMP), or The Section of Physical Metallurgy, is a part of the Department of Materials for Nuclear Energy at the Nuclear Energy Division of ... More »
The Speeds of generalized corrosion (uniform corrosion) of metals or alloys which are generally used in aqueous environment depend not only on the material/environment couple, but also on ... More »
The  determination of chemical durability of concrete materials requires the acquisition of experimental data, the understanding and modelling of elementary mechanisms relative to the material ... More »
Studies realised in the group seeks to understand and describe the relationship between the microstructure of a material and its mechanical properties such as its fracture properties for example.

 

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