Patrick Richard's homepage - granular materials

Patrick RICHARD  

Physicist (directeur de recherche) at the GPEM Lab, IFSTTAR, University of Nantes Angers Le Mans, France 

Office: Batiment Feret,
IFSTTAR Site de Nantes,
Université Nantes Angers Le Mans (LUNAM)
CS4
44344 Bouguenais cedex
France

Phone: +33 240 845 941
Fax: +33 240 845 993
Email: patrick.richard[(at)]ifsttar.fr

My other pages

ResearchID http://www.researcherid.com/rid/O-6639-2015

Researchgate https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Patrick_Richard3


I study the physics and mechanics of granular media and other disordered materials.

My main research subjects are granular packings, crushing, granular flows and optimization of processes involving granular materials.


 
Patrick Richard, physicist working on granular materials, IFSTTAR Nantes
 
 
IFSTTAR
 

Lastest news

  • Interesting tweet by @CanJChemEng
    Posted Jan 16, 2017, 3:19 AM by Patrick Richard
  • Heat Convection and Radiation in Flighted Rotary Kilns:A Minimal Model published!
    Our paper "Heat Convection and Radiation in Flighted Rotary Kilns:A Minimal Model" has been published in The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering. Click here!
    Posted Dec 12, 2016, 7:06 AM by Patrick Richard
  • New paper accepted for publication in Road Materials and Pavement Design!
    The paper entitled "Influence of the asphalt composition upon the thermodynamics performance of mixing plant" written by L. Le Guen, F. Huchet, M. Piton, P. Richard, B. Cazacliu, P. Semelle, J. Matheus,  H. Riche and P. Tamagny has been accepted for publication in Road Materials and Pavement Design.
    Posted Oct 17, 2016, 11:13 AM by Patrick Richard
  • New paper accepted!
    The paper entilted "Torsional shear flow of granular materials: shear localization and minimum energy principle" written with Riccardo Artoni has been accepted for publication in the journal "Computational Particle Mechanics". A preprint version will be available here ASAP.
    Posted Oct 10, 2016, 5:12 AM by Patrick Richard
  • "Fracture of granular materials composed of arbitrary grain shapes: A new cohesive interaction model" published!
    The paper "Fracture of granular materials composed of arbitrary grain shapes: A new cohesive interaction model" has been published in "Journal of the Mechanics and Physics of Solids"! Please refer to my publication list to obtain its full text.
    Posted Jul 11, 2016, 6:25 AM by Patrick Richard
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