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Reference : UMR7274-CHRCAS-004
Workplace : NANCY
Date of publication : Friday, July 16, 2021
Type of Contract : FTC Technical / Administrative
Contract Period : 24 months
Expected date of employment : 1 October 2021
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : Between 2200 and 2500 euros per month (gross salary)
Desired level of education : 5-year university degree
Experience required : Indifferent
The recruited person will in charge of:
Take charge of experimental developments on these experimental facilities
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 and have already been initiated:
Search for the most suitable polymeric or inorganic materials. Particular attention will be paid to commercially available membranes.
Development of experimental set_up:
measurement of characteristic parameters of transmembranar transfer.
Proof of concept and validation of process architectures
Numerical simulations by tools developed at the laboratory (MEMSIC) in commercial process simulators (ASPEN, ProII, etc.)
Automated process synthesis using process optimization tools developed in collaboration at the laboratory (MIND)
Basic knowledge of transmembranar 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 tools (MATLAB, process simulator) and associated methods will be appreciated.
The separation of gas mixtures by membrane processes (gas permeation) is commonly used in various large-scale industrial sectors (separation of gases from air, purification of natural gas and biogas, purification of hydrogen, recovery of volatile organic compounds from air…).
This project aims to carry out feasibility studies for the application of this process to new challenges on mixtures containing for example H2, N2 and O2 or He, CO2 and N2 mixtures.
Major scientific challenges lie in these fields and concern the development of innovative processes combining separation performance, low energy consumption and industrial robustness. The ultimate objective of the study is to assess the separation performance of a process using a given membrane (polyemeric or inorganic), for a set of operating parameters (feed rate, conversion rate, ratio of pressure), in an optimal process architecture.
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