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.


Recent Submissions

  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    ccTURKBAY ROMANO, Tuğçe; ccFANG, Li; ccALIX, Thecle; ccRIO, Maud; MÉLOT, Julien; SERRANO, Fabrice; LEFRANC, Pierre; ccLEMBEYE, Yves; ccPERRY, Nicolas; ccCREBIER, Jean-Christophe (MDPI AG, 2024-05-31)
    Power Electronics Converters (PEC) play a crucial role in the operation of many modern electrical systems and devices. Despite their widespread use, the lack of an efficient and cost-effective disassembly process can limit ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    Fungal pellets are hierarchical systems that can be found in an ample variety of applications. Modeling transport phenomena in this type of systems is a challenging but necessary task to provide knowledge-based processes ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    ROUX, Anthony; ccLECOMPTE, Jennyfer; ccIORDANOFF, Ivan; LAPORTE, Sébastien (Taylor & Francis, 2021-01)
    The tearing of a muscle-tendon complex (MTC) is caused by an eccentric contraction; however, the structures involved and the mechanisms of rupture are not clearly identified. The passive mechanical behavior the MTC has ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    ccTAJDARY, Pouya; MORIN, Léo; BRAHAM, Chedly; NOVELO PERALTA, Omar; GONZALEZ, Gonzalo (Elsevier BV, 2024-08)
    The aim of this work is to investigate experimentally and numerically the modifications of both strength and ductility after processing by severe plastic deformation, using several passes of repetitive corrugation and ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    ccROIRAND, Hugo; ccPUGLIARA, Alessandro; ccHOR, Anis; ccSAINTIER, Nicolas; ccLACAZE, Jacques; ccMALARD, Benoît (Elsevier, 2024)
    Based on new experimental observations, a comprehensive analysis of factors influencing microstructure refinement in laser powder bed fusion additive manufacturing of 316L stainless steel components is presented. In contrast ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    ccRIONDET, Lucas; ccRIO, Maud; ccPERROT BERNARDET, Véronique; ccPEGGY, ZWOLINSKI (Elsevier, 2024)
    The upscaling of technology encompasses many facets a designer concerned with reducing environmental impacts must manage. Therefore, previous research proposed an environmental assessment for upscaling (EAU) methodology. ...
  • Article dans une revue avec comité de lecture
    PENKULINTI, Sai Sreeniva; ccBONNERIC, Matthieu; ccSAINTIER, Nicolas; ccVERQUIN, Benoit; ccLEFEBVRE, Fabien; ccPALIN-LUC, Thierry; GHYS, Pascal (Elsevier, 2024)
    Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) is one of the Additive Manufacturing (AM) techniques that have revealed salient advantages in enabling the fabrication of 3D parts with intricate shapes and added functionalities. Despite ...

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