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Number of hours
Lectures : 79.0
Tutorials : 12.0
Laboratory works : 16.0
Projects : -
Internship : -
ECTS : 5.0
Officials :Laurent DAVOUST
The main objective of this research course is to allow the students to deepen their expertise in fluid mechanics by choosing 2 courses among 4 proposed within the framework of the second year of the Research Master “Fluid Mechanics & Energetics” (http://master-mfe.grenoble-inp.fr/teaching/). Besides, a senstitization to the reseach is given by participating at seminaries or thesis defenses. Following the research course greatly improves the chances to be granted of a thesis scholarship for engineer graduate.
The research course is composed by 2 courses to be chosen among the 4 following courses of the second year of the MFE Research Master (courses conducted in English with course materials in English):
Numerical simulation and modelling of turbulent flows (24H, O. Métais or G. Balarac)
Cavitation (24H, JP Franc & C. Pellone)
Hydrodynamical stability (24H, JB Flor)
Microfluidics and interfaces (24H, L. Davoust)
and by the participation to 3 seminaries (LEGI, Rheology and Process Laboratory, LiPhy,…) or thesis defenses thematically relevant.
Good knowledge in fluid mechanics (laminar and turbulent flows, numerical simulation of flows, introduction to two-phase flows)
Specific credits: this course brings 12.0 ECTS to students in Year 2 Master Fluid Mechanics and Energetics (M2 FME)
Written examination of 3 or 4h.
The participation to seminaries or thesis defenses will be subject to debriefing session (oral presentations) for the whole set of students of the research course.