The purpose of the lectures is concerned with the physics and modelling of transport phenomena in multiphase flows (bubbles, drops, granular media, emulsions and foams). These complex flows are of major importance for the modelling the behaviour of industrial processes. Advanced courses on turbulence, coupling chemical reactions and flows, heat and mass transfer are complemented by exercises and practical training. The students will be trained to work with Computational Fluid Dynamics tools (commercial codes but also research and industrial softwares).
Industrial fields : Several opportunities for internships in industrial corporate:
Petroleum and Gas Engineering: TOTAL - SAIPEM - IFP - GDF
Transformation of ground material: ARCELOR/MITTAL, Saint-Gobain, Air Liquide
Nuclear Engineering and Energy: AREVA - EDF - CEA
Water Management and Production: SUEZ Environnement - VEOLIA
The courses will be taught by high-level academic scientists and engineers. Along the two years of formation, the contact with our industrial partners (TOTAL, AREVA, CEA, EDF ...) is strengthened by research and industrial projects (8 + 6 weeks) and a long internship (5 months).
This education program has been specially designed for foreign students (50% lectures in English and an efficient training to French language during the first semester).
International degree: Bachelor of Sciences/Engineering: M1. Master of Sciences/Engineering: M2French degree for a foreign student: Admission in M1: required level L3, Admission in M2: required level M1
Recipient: Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse
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