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Thermal and Energy Laboratory of Nantes


polytech4The Thermal and Energy Laboratory of Nantes (LTeN) is one of the 7 laboratories of Polytech Nantes, the engineering school of the University.

The LTeN is a joint research unit of the University of Nantes and the CNRS. The laboratory staff is approximately 75 people. Since its creation in 1967, the unit has had a strong thermal identity, recognized as such at national and international level, as well as by the industrial fabric.

Laboratory located in an engineering school, at the heart of the INSIS Institute of the CNRS, the scientific and technological obstacles that we seek to remove are of course raised by the applications. Our environment is favorable to the development of a dynamic based on the classic triptych of teaching-research-industry.

The laboratory is organized around two research axes:

      • Transfers in fluids and energy systems
      • Heat transfers in materials and at interfaces.

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Continuous flow Coalescence Carbon capture Manufacturing process Caractérisation Carbon fiber Compressed air energy storage CAES Crystallization Experimental Optimization Finite element analysis Conductivité thermique Heat transfer Energy storage Cinétique 3ω method Temperature stratification Radiative transfer Latent heat Carbopol Cristallisation Chaotic advection Sensitivity analysis Composites BITUME Radiative properties Mass transfer Radiation Microgrid Thermal energy storage TES Biofouling Emulsion Aeolian transport Overmoulding Characterization Building Coating Adhesion Parallel computing Composite Discrete-scale approach Thermal management Perforated baffle And modeling Micro-mixing Wall slip Advection chaotique PIV 2D materials Conductive-radiative transfer Carbon fibers Consolidation Modelling Composite thermoplastique CFD LIF Multifunctional heat exchanger Optimisation Flow distribution Phase change material Adhésion MATERIAU ENROBE Vortex generator Antifreeze Convection Micro-explosion Chemical reactor Algorithme génétique Heat transfer enhancement Thermal energy storage Rheology Flow maldistribution Process intensification Environmental impact Parallel channels Active mixer Plasmon PEKK Thermomechanical Thermoplastic composite Thermoplastic composites Newton-Raphson Chemical shrinkage Inverse problem Concentrating solar power CSP Curing Heat exchanger Exergy analysis Thermal conductivity Aeolian sand transport Microfluidics Inverse method Convective heat transfer Aneurysm Atomization COLLAGE Heat transfer coefficient Liquid Piston LP Microchannel