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In silico design: digital materials here we come!

Proposing innovative technological products often requires recourse to simulation approaches in order to boost our capacity to evaluate original concepts. This is particularly true in the field of
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Improvement of hydrodynamic models for floating wind turbines

The development of floating platforms for offshore wind turbines , to replace fixed foundations, paves the way for the harnessing of wind reserves in ultra-deep offshore zones . The potential is
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Semi-crystalline polymers: clays that are ignored?

In the energy sector, semi-crystalline polymers a are primarily used within structures located in aggressive environments, to form coatings (waterproofing, thermal or electric barriers) . These
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The i-Clip-Riser® stands up to fatigue!

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