I2M regroupe des équipes relatives aux nombreuses facettes de la recherche en mécanique sur Bordeaux. Cette recherche, même si elle peut être amont et très spécifique, n’est pas dissociable des métiers et des préoccupations des formations d’ingénieur.
Notre objectif est d’explorer des mosaïques de petits mécanismes pour concevoir les grandes machines de demain.

I2M : Institute of Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering of Bordeaux.
I2M Institute includes a large range of topics related to research fields in mechanical engineering on the campus of the University of Bordeaux, France. Although the topics are of fundamental nature, they cannot be separated from the applications as well as from training activities.
The aim of our Unit is to investigate a mosaic of mechanisms at the low scales in order to design the future of the mechanical engines.

https://i2m.u-bordeaux.fr/

Recent Submissions

  • SOUZA, Carolina A; PIGOZZO, Raphael J. B.; SILVA, Fernanda B; HORTA ARDUIN, Rachel; OLIVEIRA, Luciana A; TEIXEIRA, Claudia E (Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia, 2017)
    Este trabalho teve como objetivo desenvolver o inventário de ciclo de vida para madeira empregada na estrutura de telhado de edificações populares do Estado de São Paulo, com base na adaptação de inventários existentes ...
  • SILVA, Fernanda Belezario; YOSHIDA, Olga Satomi; HORTA ARDUIN, Rachel; VINHAL, Lais D; TEIXEIRA, Cladia Echevenga; OLIVEIRA, Luciana A (Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia, 2017)
    O presente trabalho tem como objetivo discutir a estimativa de incertezas em ACV, utilizando três procedimentos de cálculo a partir de dados de inventários da produção de blocos cerâmicos de uma fábrica localizada no Estado ...
  • LARATTE, Bertrand (2018-04)
    For more than one hundred years the industrial revolution explodes all over the world through the different technologies. All these technologies were developed to help and increase the human conditions in providing new ...
  • SILVA, Fernanda Belezario; YOSHIDA, Olga Satomi; HORTA ARDUIN, Rachel; SOUZA, Carolina Almeida; TEIXEIRA, Cladia Echevenga (2017-06)
    Uncertainty estimation is an important part of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA), especially when comparing product alternatives. This work presents a study carried out for nine construction products in Brazil, with the aim of ...
  • BELYANOVSKAYA, Alexandra; LARATTE, Bertrand; BARANOVSKAYA, Natalia; PERRY, Nicolas (elsevier, 2019-03-10)
    The lack of the spatial coverage as one of the main limitations of the Life-cycle impact assessment (LCIA) models leads to disagreement between their results. The USEtox model is only model that provides 8 continental and ...
  • GRIMAUD, Guilhen; PERRY, Nicolas; LARATTE, Bertrand (Elsevier BV, 2018)
    As the product end of life is becoming more and more complex, the recycling systems encountered many difficulties in valuing all the materials contained in the products. This involves not only recovering many materials but ...
  • LEAL, Jorge.Martinez; POMPIDOU, Stephane; CHARBUILLET, Carole; PERRY, Nicolas (Elsevier BV, 2018)
    Today, companies need to assess the recoverability of their products from the design phase, not only for legislative reasons but also to appraise how they will be able to recover all or part of their value when they reach ...

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