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Reference : UMR7274-CHRCAS-003
Workplace : NANCY
Date of publication : Friday, July 16, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 November 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 200 and 2300 Euros/month (gross salary)
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent
The recruited person will mainly have to:
Support experimental developments on existing facilities (semi-industrial reverse
osmosis and degassing by membrane contactors)
Participate in the design, manufacture and use of new facilities
Analyze the data obtained and participate in the development of simulation tools.
Several areas of work have been clearly identified:
1. Validate on representative effluents of innovative membrane techniques
Experimental development (TRL 4, lab.)
+ performance tests on industrial effluent (TRL 6, demo.)
2. Have a prototype (TRL 7) of a mobile nuclear effluent treatment facility
Industrialization of innovative techniques
3. (transverse): advanced digital tools (optimization, AI) for design assistance
Modeling of transmembrane transfers and simulation tools for membrane unit
Design the processes according to the contexts and their evolutions and support
Basic knowledge of transmembrane transfers and separation processes in general. Skills related to the use of experimental pilots in the field.
Skills in related analytical fields.
Skills in the field of numerical simulation and the use of dedicated tools (MATLAB, process simulator) and associated methods will be appreciated.
This project is part of the activities of the Mélusine collaborative research team, created in 2018, one of whose major interests is to assess the potential and to promote the development of membrane processes in the various applications of the energy world. and more particularly in the field of the treatment of liquid and gaseous effluents and to test their applicability in a representative and realistic environment.
Most of these processes (reverse osmosis, membrane contactors, transmembrane distillation, etc.) have already proven their applicability and advantages (compactness, modularity, energy consumption, etc.) in many areas of liquid effluent treatment in particular. Their applicability to the energy sector is a major issue for this project. The technological and scientific challenges are significant: accessible levels of purity, productivity, changes over time in input compositions, resistance of materials over time and to irradiation for applications in the nuclear sector.
For any further information please contact:
LRGP : Christophe CASTEL / LRGP NAncy, Christophe.Castel@univ-lorraine.fr
EDF : Thibaut NEVEU / Centre de recherches EDF, Chatou, email@example.com
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