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Centre of Excellence of Multifunctional Architectured Materials
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IRP 1: Higher-performance Materials for Extreme Environments

Updated on April 2, 2014
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A “materials by design” approach to answer questions raised in situations where temperature, or chemical environment, or radiation damage.

Research will be conducted along 5 axes defied as follows :
  • IRP 1-1. Physical chemistry and mechanics of protective layers
  • IRP 1-2. Multiscale modeling and alloy design of metallic materials for nuclear applications
  • IRP 1-3. Toughening solutions via geometry or self healing strategies
  • IRP 1-4. Microstructure design of environmental durability
  • IRP 1-5. Gradient Materials for extreme conditions
The fundamental issues raised in the above programs are :
  1. interface mechanics in relation with chemical degradation,
  2. irradiation damage in multiphase materials, and specifically the role of interfaces
  3. multiscale modeling strategies, and specially in the case of competing time scales
  4. mechanics of architectured materials with sliding internal interfaces
  5. damage and healing kinetics for different processes vi) microphysics approach to chemical degradation.

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Date of update April 2, 2014

Univ. Grenoble Alpes