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MONERIE Yann
Organisme : Université Montpellier
Professeur (HDR)
Directeur(trice) de thèse de :
NKOUMBOU N. B.,
yann.monerie
umontpellier.fr
0467149629
Domaines de Recherche:  Sciences de l'ingénieur/Matériaux
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Mécanique des solides
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Mécanique des fluides
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Mécanique des matériaux
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Matériaux et structures en mécanique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Génie civil/Matériaux composites et construction
 Physique/Mécanique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Génie civil/Géotechnique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Génie mécanique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/ photonique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Traitement du signal et de l'image
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Génie civil
 Physique/Mécanique/Mécanique des solides
 Informatique/Modélisation et simulation
 Mathématiques/Statistiques [math.ST]
 Statistiques/Théorie [stat.TH]
 Mathématiques/Analyse numérique [math.NA]
 Statistiques/Machine Learning [stat.ML]
 Statistiques/Applications [stat.AP]
 Physique/Mécanique/Matériaux et structures en mécanique
 Physique/Mécanique/Mécanique des matériaux
 Sciences de l'ingénieur/Mécanique/Mécanique des structures
 Physique/Mécanique/Mécanique des structures
 Physique/Mécanique/Mécanique des fluides

Dernieres productions scientifiques :


Computing the elastic properties of sandstone submitted to progressive dissolution
Auteur(s): Wojtacki K., Daridon L., Monerie Y.
(Article) Publié:
International Journal Of Rock Mechanics And Mining Sciences, vol. 95 p.16  25 (2017)
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DOI: 10.1016/j.ijrmms.2016.12.015
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Résumé: We present a numerical method for estimating the stiffnesstoporosity relationships for evolving microstructures of Fontainebleau sandstone. The proposed study is linked to geological storage of CO 2 and focuses on longterm and far field conditions, when the progressive degradation of the porous matrix can be assumed to be homogeneous at the sample scale. The method is based on microstructure sampling with respect to morphological descriptors extracted from microtomography. First, an efficient method of generation of accurate numerical media is proposed. The method is based on grain deposit, compaction and diagenesis and allows to reproduce userdefined morphological parameters. Second, two simple numerical models that mimic chemical degradation of porous aquifers are presented. Effective elastic properties are estimated within the framework of periodic homogenization and finite element approach. A fixedpoint method on a selfconsisted outer layer allows to consider nonperiodic representative volume elements. Accurate predictions of elastic properties over a wide range of porosity are obtained. The overall evolutions of elastic behaviour due to the increase of porosity are in excellent agreement both, with experimental data and the results obtained by Arns et al. [1].




Chemical degradation of a numerical material  Application to a Fontainbleau sandstone
Auteur(s): Wojtacki K., Daridon L., Monerie Y.
(Affiches/Poster)
InterPore  8th International Conference on Porous Media & Annual Meeting (Cincinnati, US), 20160509
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Résumé: The carbon capture and storage consists in injecting large quantities of CO2 in supercritical formdirectly into deeply located geological formations. During the geological storage, chemical reactionsmay induce some important and irreversible changes of the rock properties [1].The morphology of the pore network and solid skeleton defines important macroscopic properties ofthe rock (permeability, stiffness). The proposed micromechanical approach is based on the followingmorphological criteria [2]:— basic measures: volume fraction, surface areas of phases— sizing: distributions of pores or grains size— spatial distribution: estimation of characteristic length scale, geometrical dispersion, anisotropy— connectivity: which highly influence on permeability (existence of percolation)Sandstones are products of a series of complex geological and hydrodynamical processes. Insimplified way it can be described by sandgrains transport, deposit, compaction and diagenesis. Inthis work we reconstructed the 3D sandstone geometry by simulating the way of the sandstoneformingprocesses. The reconstruction method consists of three main steps [3]:— sedimentation: grain deposit— compaction: bulk volume reduction and pore space extension— diagenesis: decrease of the characteristic size of the porous phase.Generated samples satisfy aforementioned morphological and statistical informations which wereobtained by 3D image analysis of Xray tomography of the natural rock sample.The chemical degradation of the material is taken into account by performing the numerical erosionof the microstructure by using 26neighbourhood structuring element. We proposed two scenarii ofnumerical dissolution:— the first scenario (isotropic dissolution): consists in dissolving all the pore space— the second scenario: consists in dissolving only percolated porous network.The proposed modelling is universal in the sense that it uses nondimensional time scale that can beadjusted to a particular timedependent process.Some numerical upscaling techniques (linear homogenization, effective Darcy's law) are used inorder to estimate evolution of elastic effective behaviour and permeability, triggered by progressivedissolution of microstructure. A new methodology enabling imposing periodic boundary conditions,in order to estimate mechanical properties, on nonperiodic geometry is proposed. A link betweeneffective elastic moduli and permeability is proposed.




Chemical degradation of a numerical material  application to Fontainebleau sandstone
Auteur(s): Wojtacki K., Daridon L., Monerie Y.
Conference: European Mechanics of Materials Conference (EMMC15) (Bruxelles, BE, 20160907)
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Résumé: The carbon capture and storage consists in injecting large quantities of CO2 in supercritical form directly into deeply located geological formations. During the geological storage, chemical reactions may induce some important and irreversible changes of the rock properties [1].The morphology of the pore network and solid skeleton defines important macroscopic properties of the rock (permeability, stiffness). The proposed micromechanical approach is based on the following morphological criteria [2]: basic measures: volume fraction, surface areas of phases sizing: distributions of pores or grains size spatial distribution: estimation of characteristic length scale, geometrical dispersion, anisotropy connectivity: which highly influence on permeability (existence of percolation)Sandstones are products of a series of complex geological and hydrodynamical processes. In simplified way it can be described by sandgrains transport, deposit, compaction and diagenesis. In this work we reconstructed the 3D sandstone geometry by simulating the way of the sandstoneforming processes. The reconstruction method consists of three main steps [3]: sedimentation: grain deposit compaction: bulk volume reduction and pore space extension diagenesis: decrease of the characteristic size of the porous phase.Generated samples satisfy aforementioned morphological and statistical informations which were obtained by 3D image analysis of Xray tomography of the natural rock sample.The chemical degradation of the material is taken into account by performing the numerical erosion of the microstructure by using 26neighbourhood structuring element. We proposed two scenarii of numerical dissolution: the first scenario (isotropic dissolution): consists in dissolving all the pore space the second scenario: consists in dissolving only percolated porous network.The proposed modelling is universal in the sense that it uses nondimensional time scale that can be adjusted to a particular timedependent process. Some numerical upscaling techniques (linear homogenization, effective Darcy’s law) are used in order to estimate evolution of elastic effective behaviour and permeability, triggered by progressive dissolution of microstructure. A new methodology enabling imposing periodic boundary conditions, in order to estimate mechanical properties, on nonperiodic geometry is proposed. A link between effective elastic moduli and permeability is proposed.



Modeling of the effective elastic behavior of nanoporous materials with spherical and ellipsoidal in shape bubbles: application to irradiated uranium dioxide
Auteur(s): Haller Xavier, Monerie Y., Pagano S., Vincent PierreGuy
(Affiches/Poster)
NuMat2016: The Nuclear Materials Conference (Montpellier, FR), 20161107
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Résumé: This work is devoted to the modeling of the effective elastic behavior of nanoporous materials containing both spherical and ellipsoidal in shape bubbles, typically the irradiated uranium dioxide (UO2) studied by the French “Institut de Radioprotection et de Sûreté Nucléaire” to investigate the response of fuel rods under reactivity initiated accident (RIA) conditions. As a first approximation, this material exhibits at least two populations of bubbles: (1) intragranular bubbles, almost spherical in shape with a typical diameter of a few nanometers, (2) intergranular bubbles, roughly lenticular in shape whose size ranges from tens to several hundred nanometers. Molecular dynamics results of [Colbert, 2012] and [Jelea et al., 2011] show the existence of a nonneglectible surface effect on the effective elastic behavior for UO2 at the intragranular bubbles scale, particularly when the surface/volume ratio of these bubbles increases.Analytical micromechanical models ([Duan et al., 2005], [Brisard et al., 2010]) concerning materials with an isotropic distribution of nanosized spherical inclusions have been extended to the case of materials with two populations of pressurized bubbles, one relative to spherical bubbles and the other relative to ellipsoidal bubbles. The proposed model follows the general framework of the socalled ‘morphologically representative patternbased approach’ of [Stolz and Zaoui, 1991] and is compared to existing models (with or without surface effects). The relevance of the analytical model has been assessed by comparison with finite elements simulations. A preliminary study has been performed on the evolution of the elastic moduli of the irradiated UO2 fuel obtained from this model during a RIA test condition.



Elastic behavior of porous media with spherical nanovoids
Auteur(s): Haller Xavier, Monerie Y., Pagano S., Vincent PierreGuy
(Article) Publié:
International Journal Of Solids And Structures, vol. 84 p.99109 (2016)
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DOI: 10.1016/j.ijsolstr.2016.01.018
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Résumé: This study is devoted to the effective elastic properties of nanoporous media containing spherical nanovoids. Nanocomposites materials are strongly dependent on their nanometric characteristic lengths. This size effect cannot be directly modeled using the classical homogenization schemes based on the Eshelby inclusion problem. However recent studies have extended the continuum mechanics and wellknown micromechanical models to the nanoscale. In this paper, it is shown that these models can be replaced in a unified framework using the morphologically representative patternbased approach of Stolz and Zaoui (1991) and therefore can be generalized to more complex microstructures. Following this approach, new bounds and estimates are derived. Two particular cases are treated: (i) the case of an ellipsoidal spatial distribution of the voids, (ii) the case of a biporous material containing both spherical nanovoids and randomly oriented spheroidal microvoids. The second case is typical of the microstructure of the irradiated uranium dioxide (UO2). Thereby, the associated result could be used for determining the poroelastic properties of these doubly voided materials.


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