The objective is to develop materials based on nanocelluloses with contrasted properties to shed light on the underlying structure/barrier properties relationships and to propose innovative architectures for materials with stable properties under different environmental conditions. The project will use a multiscale approach mixing formulation of nanocelluloses and fabrication of multilayer structures using thin films. In particular coupling phenomena between mass transport and material swelling will be explored by a combined experimental/modelling approach using a large panel of characterizing techniques form the nano- to the microscale.
- PhD thesis offer : Highly-filled extruded materials: from formulation to final mechanical & thermal properties – Collaboration IMT Lille Douai – Tarkett (25/05/2020)
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