DURABILITE DES MATEIRAUX DE CONSTRUCTION A FAIBLE IMPACT ENVIRONNEMENTAL
Co-directeur : RIVARDP.
Encadrant : MAHERZI Walid
Établissement d'affectation : IMT Nord Europe
Financement : Contrat doctoral
The work of this team is at the interface between Civil Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The team is interested in innovative materials, which may contain by-products, industrial co-products or waste. The team studies their behavior, their sustainability and their environmental impact. This approach is part of a value chain logic.
The recovery of mineral matter from by-products, industrial co-products or waste is an increasingly strong necessity in our society. One of the major challenges is to develop the economic and application potential with a view to exploiting the enormous quantities produced annually. Materials dedicated to construction and health have great potential for evolution through specific applications leading to the use of more efficient and innovative materials. However, this development will be achieved through controlled durability and via new functionalities.
Given the complexity and transversality in terms of skills in these areas, the team's approach aims to understand the complex couplings governing the interactions between materials and their environment through an experimental multi-scale approach supplemented by numerical simulations.
The works are classified into three topics :