This theme aims, through the development of methods and technologies, to design more compact, safer, cleaner and more economical processes whose production capacity is several times higher than that of a conventional process. Particular attention is paid to micro-structured systems, but the methodologies used allow considering varied technologies, for a wide range of applications from pharmaceutical chemistry to industrial gases. The work carried out extends from the scale of equipment, reactive or non-reactive, to the scale of the process as a whole.
- Intensification analysis of reactors and processes,
- multi-fluid exchange-reactors (design, characterization, simulation),
- batch to continuous conversion of synthesis processes,
- contactors, exchangers and structured separators,
- intensification methodologies for data acquisition and industrial production,
- experimental strategy for the choice and optimization of intensive technologies.