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News 18 March 2024

Microfluidics et chemoinformatics : complementary approaches to access thermal conductivity !

Thermal conductivity is a key property for the dimensioning of numerous types of equipment, such as exchangers used to transfer thermal energy from one heat-carrying fluid to another, without mixing them. Thesis work conducted at IFPEN [1] is challenging the approaches traditionally employed for both measuring and predicting this property.

Issue 54 of Science@ifpen
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SC3 - Microfluidics supporting preserved injectivity

Injectivity in geological formations has long been an important factor in oil production (enhanced recovery) but it is now just as important in fields related to new energies and the climate (geothermal energy, CO2 storage, etc.). Injectivity losses, which result from the clogging of geological formations, are a recurrent problem associated with the fact that reinjected water often carries a high concentration of organic and mineral elements in suspension, in the form of colloidal particles...
Issue 52 of Science@ifpen
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Ageing of technical fluids in multifunctional environments

By combining battery, electric machine, power electronics and mechanical transmission, the electric vehicle is an example of an application that combines a range of constraints for the formulation of technical fluids. In recent years, there has been renewed interest in the study of the latter for the transport sector...
Science@ifpen - Issue 49
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Microfluidics and Chemoinformatics: a highly complementary approach to studying material/fluid compatibility

Pour de nombreuses applications industrielles, comme le recyclage chimique des plastiques, ou encore pour assurer la compatibilité entre polymères et nouveaux carburants, il est essentiel d’anticiper les interactions entre matériaux et fluides...
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Charles-Philippe LIENEMANN

Charles-Philippe Lienemann - Scientific Advisor at the Physics and Analysis Division
Charles-Philippe Lienemann graduated at the University of Geneva (Switzerland) in 1993. He then joined University of Lausanne (Switzerland) within the group of D. Perret and Prof. J-C. Bünzli for his
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Marie MARSIGLIA (Moiré)

Researcher - PhD in Physical-Chemistry
In 2012, Marie MARISGLIA (MOIRE) obtained her Master Degree in Chemistry and the French Engineer title from ENSCR. Three years later, she became PhD in Physical Chemistry from UPMC and won IFPEN My
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Research engineer in Physical Chemistry of Complex Fluids
PhD from the University of Technology of Compiègne (UTC)
Qualified to supervise research (ED388)
Christine Dalmazzone holds a doctorate and and a qualification to supervise research in physico-chemistry of processes from the University of Technology of Compiègne. She joined IFP Energies nouvelles
Issue 36 of Science@ifpen
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Processes are converting to microfluidics

The diversification of resources (atypical oil feeds or bio-based feeds) is leading to the development of new conversion processes a or to the upgrading of flexibility for existing ones. These