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A 2-D observer to estimate the reaction rate in a stopped flow fixed bed reactor for gas phase olefin polymerization

Browning, Barbara, Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, Isabelle Pitault, and Timothy F. L. McKenna.
“A 2-D Observer to Estimate the Reaction Rate in a Stopped Flow Fixed Bed Reactor for Gas Phase Olefin Polymerization.” 60, no. 10 (2014): 3511–23. doi:10.1002/aic.14538.
Pages:3511-3523

Publication: AIChE Journal

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Actuator fault estimation observer design for discrete-time linear parameter-varying descriptor systems

This paper deals with actuator fault estimation for a class of discrete-time linear parameter-varying descriptor systems. By considering the fault as an auxiliary state vector, an augmented system is established. Then, a fault estimation observer is designed based on the augmented system. In this paper, the fault estimation observer design is formulated as a linear matrix inequality (LMI) feasibility problem. Therefore, all parameters of the observer can be simultaneously designed by solving a set of strict LMIs. In order to attenuate the effect of the unknown disturbance, fault variation, and measurement noise, we further propose a robust fault estimation observer design method, which is the main contribution of this paper. Finally, performance of the proposed robust fault estimation observer is shown through the application to a truck–trailer model. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Wang, Zhenhua, Mickael Rodrigues, Didier Theilliol, and Yi Shen.
“Actuator Fault Estimation Observer Design for Discrete-Time Linear Parameter-Varying Descriptor Systems.” , 2014, n/a – n/a. doi:10.1002/acs.2469.
Pages:n/a–n/a

Publication: International Journal of Adaptive Control and Signal Processing

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Antimicrobial activity of zinc oxide particles on five micro-organisms of the Challenge Tests related to their physicochemical properties

Pasquet, Julia, Yves Chevalier, Emmanuelle Couval, Dominique Bouvier, Gaëlle Noizet, Cécile Morlière, and Marie-Alexandrine Bolzinger.
“Antimicrobial Activity of Zinc Oxide Particles on Five Micro-Organisms of the Challenge Tests Related to Their Physicochemical Properties.” 460, no. 1–2 (January 2014): 92–100. doi:10.1016/j.ijpharm.2013.10.031.
Pages:92-100

Publication: International Journal of Pharmaceutics

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Characterization of different vitamin E carriers intended for pulmonary drug delivery

Laouini, A., V. Andrieu, L. Vecellio, H. Fessi, and C. Charcosset.
“Characterization of Different Vitamin E Carriers Intended for Pulmonary Drug Delivery.” 471, no. 1–2 (August 2014): 385–90. doi:10.1016/j.ijpharm.2014.05.062.
Pages:385-390

Publication: International Journal of Pharmaceutics

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Characterization of Okra Convective Drying, Influence of Maturity

Ouoba, Honoré, Francois Zougmore, Sam Raguilignaba, Toguyeni Aboubacar, and Hélène Desmorieux.
“Characterization of Okra Convective Drying, Influence of Maturity.” 05, no. 06 (2014): 590–97. doi:10.4236/fns.2014.56069.
Pages:590-597

Publication: Food and Nutrition Sciences

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Combination of a Model-Based Observer and Support Vector Machines for Fault Detection of Wind Turbines

Laouti, Nassim, Sami Othman, Mazen Alamir, and Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN.
“Combination of a Model-Based Observer and Support Vector Machines for Fault Detection of Wind Turbines.” , 2014.

Publication: International Journal of Automation and Computing

Equipe : Multi-équipes
Date : 2014




Comparison of polysiloxane films substituted by undecenyl-cyclam and by naphthyl-cyclam for the design of ISFET devices sensitive to Fe3+ ions

Mefteh, Wahid Ben, Hassen Touzi, Yves Chevalier, Hafedh Ben Ouada, Ali Othmane, Rafik Kalfat, and Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault.
“Comparison of Polysiloxane Films Substituted by Undecenyl-Cyclam and by Naphthyl-Cyclam for the Design of ISFET Devices Sensitive to Fe3+ Ions.” 204 (December 2014): 723–33. doi:10.1016/j.snb.2014.07.129.
Pages:723-733

Publication: Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Continuous-Discrete Time Observer Design for Lipschitz Systems with Sampled Measurements

Andrieu, Vincent, Madiha Nadri, Ulysse Serres, and Thach N. Dinh.
“Continuous-Discrete Time Observer Design for Lipschitz Systems with Sampled Measurements.” , 2014.

Publication: Accepté dans IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Convergence Speed of Nonlinear Luenberger Observers

Andrieu, Vincent.
“Convergence Speed of Nonlinear Luenberger Observers.” 52, no. 5 (January 2014): 2831–56. doi:10.1137/110853091.
Pages:2831-2856

Publication: SIAM Journal on Control and Optimization

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Coupled population balance–CFD simulation of droplet breakup in a high pressure homogenizer

Becker, Per Julian, François Puel, Arend Dubbelboer, Jo Janssen, and Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN.
“Coupled Population balance–CFD Simulation of Droplet Breakup in a High Pressure Homogenizer.” 68 (2014): 140–50. doi:10.1016/j.compchemeng.2014.05.014.
Pages:140-150

Publication: Computers & Chemical Engineering

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Cumulative Effect of Pressing and Drying on Stress Generation within a Green Ceramic Compact

Vidal-Sallé, E., D. Falgon, Roman Peczalski, and J-C. Boyer.
“Cumulative Effect of Pressing and Drying on Stress Generation within a Green Ceramic Compact.” 2014 (2014): 1–9. doi:10.1155/2014/674782.
Pages:1-9

Publication: Journal of Powder Technology

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Cyclodextrin containing biodegradable particles: From preparation to drug delivery applications

Zafar, Nadiah, Hatem Fessi, and Abdelhamid Elaissari.
“Cyclodextrin Containing Biodegradable Particles: From Preparation to Drug Delivery Applications.” 461, no. 1–2 (January 2014): 351–66. doi:10.1016/j.ijpharm.2013.12.004.
Pages:351-366

Publication: International Journal of Pharmaceutics

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Design of a Proportional Integral Control Using Operator Theory for Infinite Dimensional Hyperbolic Systems

Dos Santos Martins, Valerie, Yongxin Wu, and Mickael Rodrigues.
“Design of a Proportional Integral Control Using Operator Theory for Infinite Dimensional Hyperbolic Systems.” 22, no. 5 (2014): 1–1. doi:10.1109/TCST.2014.2299407.
Pages:1-1

Publication: IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology

Equipe : Multi-équipes
Date : 2014




Design of a Proportional Integral Control Using Operator Theory for Infinite Dimensional Hyperbolic Systems

Dos Santos Martins, Valerie, Yongxin Wu, and Mickael Rodrigues.
“Design of a Proportional Integral Control Using Operator Theory for Infinite Dimensional Hyperbolic Systems.” 22, no. 5 (September 2014): 2024–30. doi:10.1109/TCST.2014.2299407.
Pages:2024-2030

Publication: IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Development of a CFD-PBE coupled model for the simulation of the drops behaviour in a pulsed column

Amokrane, Abdenour, Sophie Charton, Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, Julian Becker, Jean P. Klein, and Francois Puel.
“Development of a CFD-PBE Coupled Model for the Simulation of the Drops Behaviour in a Pulsed Column.” 92 (2014): 220–33. doi:10.1002/cjce.21933.
Pages:220-233

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Development of an Improved Breakage Kernel for High Dispersed Viscosity Phase Emulsification

Becker, Julian, Francois Puel, Hugo Atle Jakobsen, and Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN.
“Development of an Improved Breakage Kernel for High Dispersed Viscosity Phase Emulsification.” 109 (2014): 326–38. doi:10.1016/j.ces.2014.02.008.
Pages:326-338

Publication: Chemical Engineering Science

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Effectiveness of grafting modes of methoxycinnamate sunscreen onto silica particles

Noomane, Ayed, Souhaira Hbaieb, Marie-Alexandrine Bolzinger, Stéphanie Briançon, Yves Chevalier, and Rafik Kalfat.
“Effectiveness of Grafting Modes of Methoxycinnamate Sunscreen onto Silica Particles.” 441 (January 2014): 653–63. doi:10.1016/j.colsurfa.2013.10.029.
Pages:653-663

Publication: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Effects of process parameters on the colloidal properties of polycaprolactone microparticles prepared by double emulsion like process

Ibraheem, D., M. Iqbal, G. Agusti, H. Fessi, and A. Elaissari.
“Effects of Process Parameters on the Colloidal Properties of Polycaprolactone Microparticles Prepared by Double Emulsion like Process.” 445 (March 2014): 79–91. doi:10.1016/j.colsurfa.2014.01.012.
Pages:79-91

Publication: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Encapsulation of a pressure sensitive adhesive by spray-cooling: Optimum formulation and processing conditions

Gavory, Cécile, Robin Abderrahmen, Claire Bordes, Didier Chaussy, Mohamed Naceur Belgacem, Hatem Fessi, and Stéphanie Briançon.
“Encapsulation of a Pressure Sensitive Adhesive by Spray-Cooling: Optimum Formulation and Processing Conditions.” 25, no. 1 (January 2014): 292–300. doi:10.1016/j.apt.2013.05.004.
Pages:292-300

Publication: Advanced Powder Technology

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Estimation of exhaust gas aerodynamic force on the variable geometry turbocharger actuator: 1D flow model approach

Ahmed, Fayez-shakil, Salah Laghrouche, Adeel Mehmood, and Mohammed El Bagdouri.
“Estimation of Exhaust Gas Aerodynamic Force on the Variable Geometry Turbocharger Actuator: 1D Flow Model Approach.” 84 (2014): 436–47. doi:10.1016/j.enconman.2014.03.080.
Pages:436-447

Publication: Energy Conversion and Management

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Evaluation of breakage kernels for liquid-liquid systems: Solution of the population balance equation by the least-squares method

Solsvik, Jannike, Zsolt Borka, Per Julian Becker, Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, and Hugo A. Jakobsen.
“Evaluation of Breakage Kernels for Liquid-Liquid Systems: Solution of the Population Balance Equation by the Least-Squares Method.” 92, no. 2 (2014): 234–49. doi:10.1002/cjce.21876.
Pages:234-249

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Exponential L2-stability for a class of linear systems governed by continuous-time difference equations

Damak, Sérine, Michael Di Loreto, Warody Lombardi, and Vincent Andrieu.
“Exponential L2-Stability for a Class of Linear Systems Governed by Continuous-Time Difference Equations.” 50, no. 12 (December 2014): 3299–3303. doi:10.1016/j.automatica.2014.10.087.
Pages:3299-3303

Publication: Automatica

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Gas–liquid separation processes based on physical solvents: opportunities for membranes

CHABANON, Elodie, Bouchra Belaissaoui, and Eric Favre.
“Gas–liquid Separation Processes Based on Physical Solvents: Opportunities for Membranes.” 459 (2014): 52–61. doi:10.1016/j.memsci.2014.02.010.
Pages:52-61

Publication: Journal of Membrane Science

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Gene therapy and DNA delivery systems

Ibraheem, D., A. Elaissari, and H. Fessi.
“Gene Therapy and DNA Delivery Systems.” 459, no. 1–2 (January 2014): 70–83. doi:10.1016/j.ijpharm.2013.11.041.
Pages:70-83

Publication: International Journal of Pharmaceutics

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




How to Optimize the Electrostatic Interaction between a Solid Adsorbent and CO2

García, Edder J., Javier Pérez-Pellitero, Christian Jallut, and Gerhard D. Pirngruber. “How to  Optimize the Electrostatic Interaction between a Solid Adsorbent and CO2.” , 2014, A paraître.
Pages:A paraître

Publication: The Journal of Physical Chemistry, Part C

Equipe : DYCOP
Date : 2014




How to Optimize the Electrostatic Interaction between a Solid Adsorbent and CO2

García, Edder J., Javier Pérez-Pellitero, Christian Jallut, and Gerhard D. Pirngruber.
“How to Optimize the Electrostatic Interaction between a Solid Adsorbent and CO2.” 118, no. 18 (2014): 9458–67. doi:10.1021/jp500209v.
Pages:9458-9467

Publication: The Journal of Physical Chemistry C

Equipe : DYCOP
Date : 2014




Inventory and comparative characteristics of dryers used in the sub-Saharan zone: Criteria influencing dryer choice

Boroze, Tchamye, Hélène Desmorieux, Jean-Michel Méot, Claude Marouzé, Yaovi Azouma, and Kossi Napo.
“Inventory and Comparative Characteristics of Dryers Used in the Sub-Saharan Zone: Criteria Influencing Dryer Choice.” 40 (2014): 1240–59. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2014.07.058.
Pages:1240-1259

Publication: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Isosorbide-based microcapsules for cosmeto-textiles

Azizi, N., Chevalier, Y., and Majdoub, M.
“Isosorbide-Based Microcapsules for Cosmeto-Textiles.” 52 (2014): 150–57.
Pages:150-157

Publication: Industrial Crops and Products

Equipe : Multi-équipes
Date : 2014




Isosorbide-based microcapsules for cosmeto-textiles

Azizi, Nedra, Yves Chevalier, and Mustapha Majdoub.
“Isosorbide-Based Microcapsules for Cosmeto-Textiles.” 52 (January 2014): 150–57. doi:10.1016/j.indcrop.2013.10.027.
Pages:150-157

Publication: Industrial Crops and Products

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Locally optimal controllers and globally inverse optimal controllers

Benachour, Sofiane, Humberto Stein Shiromoto, and Vincent Andrieu.
“Locally Optimal Controllers and Globally Inverse Optimal Controllers.” 50, no. 11 (November 2014): 2918–23. doi:10.1016/j.automatica.2014.10.019.
Pages:2918-2923

Publication: Automatica

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Lyapunov and Minimum-Time Path Planning for Drones

Maillot, Thibault, Ugo Boscain, Jean-Paul Gauthier, and Ulysse Serres.
“Lyapunov and Minimum-Time Path Planning for Drones.” , 2014. doi:10.1007/s10883-014-9222-y.

Publication: Journal of Dynamical and Control Systems

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Monitoring silicone oil droplets during emulsification in stirred vessel: Effect of dispersed phase concentration and viscosity

Becker, Per Julian, François Puel, Yves Chevalier, and Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN.
“Monitoring Silicone Oil Droplets during Emulsification in Stirred Vessel: Effect of Dispersed Phase Concentration and Viscosity.” 92 (2014): 296–306. doi:10.1002/cjce.21885.
Pages:296-306

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : Multi-équipes
Date : 2014




Monitoring silicone oil droplets during emulsification in stirred vessel: Effect of dispersed phase concentration and viscosity

Becker, Per Julian, François Puel, Yves Chevalier, and Nida Sheibat-Othman.
“Monitoring Silicone Oil Droplets during Emulsification in Stirred Vessel: Effect of Dispersed Phase Concentration and Viscosity.” 92, no. 2 (February 2014): 296–306. doi:10.1002/cjce.21885.
Pages:296-306

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Morphological and physicochemical characterization of liposomes loading cucurbitacin E, an anti-proliferative natural tetracyclic triterpene

Habib, Lamice, Alia Jraij, Nathalie Khreich, Hatem Fessi, Catherine Charcosset, and Hélène Greige-Gerges.
“Morphological and Physicochemical Characterization of Liposomes Loading Cucurbitacin E, an Anti-Proliferative Natural Tetracyclic Triterpene.” 177 (January 2014): 64–70. doi:10.1016/j.chemphyslip.2013.11.006.
Pages:64-70

Publication: Chemistry and Physics of Lipids

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Multivariable boundary PI control and regulation of a fluid flow system

Xu, Cheng-Zhong, and Gauthier Sallet.
“Multivariable Boundary PI Control and Regulation of a Fluid Flow System.” 4, no. 4 (2014): 501–20. doi:10.3934/mcrf.2014.4.501.
Pages:501-520

Publication: Mathematical Control and Related Fields

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




New elastomeric polymethylsiloxane membranes bearing cationic exchanging sites for anionic dyestuffs sensors

Touzi, Hassen, Yves Chevalier, Rafik Kalfat, and Nicole Jaffrezic-Renault.
“New Elastomeric Polymethylsiloxane Membranes Bearing Cationic Exchanging Sites for Anionic Dyestuffs Sensors.” 56 (July 2014): 140–58. doi:10.1016/j.eurpolymj.2014.04.010.
Pages:140-158

Publication: European Polymer Journal

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Novel inductively-heated catalytic system for fast VOCs abatement, application to IPA in air

Abstract Pt-Al2O3, Al2O3 and SnO2 were deposited as thin films on a stainless steel support that was inserted into an annular reactor and heated using an electromagnetic induction device. Possibility of an accurate temperature control was demonstrated and heating rates up to 800 °C min−1 were obtained. Total abatement of 1000 ppm isopropyl alcohol (IPA) was achieved at low temperature (T50 about 80 °C) on 1 wt% Pt/Al2O3. Nevertheless, the strong IPA adsorption on the alumina support and the formation of large amounts of acetone dictated to select the other catalyst, SnO2. IPA 90% conversion into CO2 and H2O was then obtained at 250 °C with a total flow of 100 NmL min−1 containing 1000 ppm IPA. Considering the volume of the very thin reactive sheath (hydraulic diameter about 3.6 mm), ghsv was as high as 2.6 × 103 h−1. Total abatement to CO2 and H2O of high amounts of IPA (about 1 vol%) in air was achieved in less than 30 s and near-room temperature was recovered quickly when the contaminant level at the reactor inlet felled again below a given threshold.
Leclercq, J., F. Giraud, D. Bianchi, K. Fiaty, and F. Gaillard.
“Novel Inductively-Heated Catalytic System for Fast VOCs Abatement, Application to IPA in Air.” 146 (2014): 131–37. doi:10.1016/j.apcatb.2013.03.049.
Pages:131-137

Publication: Applied Catalysis B: Environmental

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Observer-based fault tolerant control design for a class of LPV descriptor systems

This paper presents a new Fault Tolerant Control (FTC) methodology for a class of LPV descriptor systems that are represented under a polytopic LPV form. The aim of this FTC strategy is to compensate the effects of time-varying or constant actuator faults by designing an Adaptive Polytopic Observer (APO) which is able to estimate both the states of the system and the magnitude of the actuator faults. Based on the information provided by this APO, a new state feedback control law is derived in order to stabilize the system. Stability conditions of the designed observer and the state-feedback control are provided and solved through a set of Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMI) under equality constraints. The performance of the proposed Fault Tolerant Control scheme is illustrated using a two-phase flash system.
Rodrigues, Mickael, Habib Hamdi, Naceur BenHadj Braiek, and Didier Theilliol.
“Observer-Based Fault Tolerant Control Design for a Class of LPV Descriptor Systems.” , 2014. doi:10.1016/j.jfranklin.2014.02.016.

Publication: Journal of the Franklin Institute

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




On the Admissible Control operators for Linear and Bilinear Systems and the Favard Spaces

Maragh, Fouad, Hamid Bounit, Ahmed Fadili, and Hassan Hammouri.
“On the Admissible Control Operators for Linear and Bilinear Systems and the Favard Spaces.” 21, no. 4 (2014): 711–32. http://projecteuclid.org.docelec.univ-lyon1.fr/euclid.bbms/1414091010.
Pages:711-732

Publication: Bulletin of the Belgian Mathematical Society

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




On the solution of the dynamic population balance model describing emulsification: Evaluation of weighted residual methods

Solsvik, Jannike, Per J. Becker, Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, and Hugo A. Jakobsen.
“On the Solution of the Dynamic Population Balance Model Describing Emulsification: Evaluation of Weighted Residual Methods.” 92, no. 2 (2014): 250–65. doi:10.1002/cjce.21875.
Pages:250-265

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Optimisation of rosemary oil encapsulation in polycaprolactone and scale-up of the process

Ephrem, Elissa, Hélène Greige-Gerges, Hatem Fessi, and Catherine Charcosset.
“Optimisation of Rosemary Oil Encapsulation in Polycaprolactone and Scale-up of the Process.” 31, no. 8 (December 2014): 746–53. doi:10.3109/02652048.2014.918669.
Pages:746-753

Publication: Journal of Microencapsulation

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




PEM fuel cell air-feed system observer design for automotive applications: An adaptive numerical differentiation approach

Liu, Jianxing, Salah Laghrouche, Fayez-Shakil Ahmed, and Maxime Wack.
“PEM Fuel Cell Air-Feed System Observer Design for Automotive Applications: An Adaptive Numerical Differentiation Approach.” 39, no. 30 (2014): 17210–21. doi:10.1016/j.ijhydene.2014.08.013.
Pages:17210-17221

Publication: International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Pickering emulsion polymerization of polyaniline/LiCoO2 nanoparticles used as cathode materials for lithium batteries

Ferchichi, Karima, Souhaira Hbaieb, Noureddine Amdouni, Valérie Pralong, and Yves Chevalier.
“Pickering Emulsion Polymerization of polyaniline/LiCoO2 Nanoparticles Used as Cathode Materials for Lithium Batteries.” 20, no. 9 (September 2014): 1301–14. doi:10.1007/s11581-014-1074-7.
Pages:1301-1314

Publication: Ionics

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Population balance model: Breakage kernel parameter estimation to emulsification data

Solsvik, Jannike, Per J. Becker, Nida SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, and Hugo A. Jakobsen.
“Population Balance Model: Breakage Kernel Parameter Estimation to Emulsification Data.” , 2014. doi:10.1002/cjce.21928.

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Preparation and Characterization of Amorphous Solid Dispersions of Nimesulide in Cyclodextrin Copolymers

Skiba, M., M. Lahiani-Skiba, N. Milon, F. Bounoure, and H. Fessi.
“Preparation and Characterization of Amorphous Solid Dispersions of Nimesulide in Cyclodextrin Copolymers.” 14, no. 4 (April 1, 2014): 2772–79. doi:10.1166/jnn.2014.8587.
Pages:2772-2779

Publication: Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Production of liposomes using microengineered membrane and co-flow microfluidic device

Vladisavljević, Goran T., Abdallah Laouini, Catherine Charcosset, Hatem Fessi, Hemaka C.H. Bandulasena, and Richard G. Holdich.
“Production of Liposomes Using Microengineered Membrane and Co-Flow Microfluidic Device.” 458 (September 2014): 168–77. doi:10.1016/j.colsurfa.2014.03.016.
Pages:168-177

Publication: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Silicon carbide foam decorated with carbon nanofibers as catalytic stirrer in liquid-phase hydrogenation reactions

Silicon carbide solid foams decorated with a dense, homogeneous and mechanically strength layer of carbon nanofibers were successfully employed as catalyst support for the palladium active phase in the liquid-phase hydrogenation of C<img border= »0″ alt= »double bond; length as m-dash » src= »http://origin-cdn.els-cdn.com/sd/entities/dbnd » class= »glyphImg »>C bond. The carbon nanofibers provide a high density of anchorage sites for improving the dispersion of the metal nanoparticles compared to the pure SiC support where low metal–support interaction leads to the formation of larger palladium particles. The catalyst was directly used as a rotating foam catalytic stirrer and has shown a better catalytic performance in the liquid-phase selective hydrogenation compared to that obtained on a palladium deposited on a pristine SiC support. The macroscopic shaping of the catalyst also allows an easy product/catalyst separation after the reaction. The catalyst also displays an extremely high stability as a function of cycling tests as no hydrogenation activity lost was observed after ten cycling tests.
Truong-Phuoc, Lai, Tri Truong-Huu, Lam Nguyen-Dinh, Walid Baaziz, Thierry Romero, David Edouard, Dominique Begin, Izabela Janowska, and Cuong Pham-Huu.
“Silicon Carbide Foam Decorated with Carbon Nanofibers as Catalytic Stirrer in Liquid-Phase Hydrogenation Reactions.” 469 (January 17, 2014): 81–88. doi:10.1016/j.apcata.2013.09.032.
Pages:81-88

Publication: Applied Catalysis A: General

Equipe : SNLEP
Date : 2014




Spectroscopic study of film formation from polystyrene latex/TiO2 nanocomposites prepared by dip-coating method

Sunay, M. Selin, Onder Pekcan, Md. Mahbubor Rahman, Abdelhamid Elaissari, and Saziye Ugur.
“Spectroscopic Study of Film Formation from Polystyrene latex/TiO2 Nanocomposites Prepared by Dip-Coating Method.” 54, no. 2 (February 2014): 288–302. doi:10.1002/pen.23560.
Pages:288-302

Publication: Polymer Engineering & Science

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Structural elucidation of two photolytic degradation products of tetrabenazine

Bourezg, Zouaoui, Nathalie Cartiser, Laurent Ettouati, Jean Guillon, Aline Lacoudre, Noël Pinaud, Marc Le Borgne, and Hatem Fessi.
“Structural Elucidation of Two Photolytic Degradation Products of Tetrabenazine.” 91 (March 2014): 138–43. doi:10.1016/j.jpba.2013.12.032.
Pages:138-143

Publication: Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Support vector machines combined to observers for fault diagnosis in chemical reactors

A hybrid data/model-based approach is proposed for fault detection and isolation for chemical reactions in jacketed stirred vessels. Using data-based methods in high nonlinear systems requires training data to include a wide range of varying operations to ensure correct fault isolation. If such data is not available, a model-based approach can be used to enhance fault isolation. But, observers require a relatively precise process model, which is also not always available. In this work, we propose to combine an observer with statistical data-based methods (support vector machines, SVM) for fault detection in order to avoid at the time precise process modelling (necessary for model-based approach) and great number of training data (necessary for data-based approach). An interesting case study that falls in this category is a chemical stirred tank reactor, with high nonlinear reactions. Therefore, a simplified process model is used as a starting point to develop an observer for fault isolation. The used process model is corrected using information from SVM when no fault is detected. The methodology is validated experimentally in lab-scale and pilot-scale polymerisation reactors. For processes with linear dynamics, model-free SVM classification was found sufficient to detect and isolate sensor and actuator faults.
SHEIBAT -OTHMAN, Nida, Nassim Laouti, Jean-Pierre Valour, and Sami Othman.
“Support Vector Machines Combined to Observers for Fault Diagnosis in Chemical Reactors.” 92 (2014): 685–95. doi:10.1002/cjce.21881.
Pages:685-695

Publication: The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering

Equipe : Multi-équipes
Date : 2014




The contribution of zinc ions to the antimicrobial activity of zinc oxide

Pasquet, Julia, Yves Chevalier, Jocelyne Pelletier, Emmanuelle Couval, Dominique Bouvier, and Marie-Alexandrine Bolzinger.
“The Contribution of Zinc Ions to the Antimicrobial Activity of Zinc Oxide.” 457 (September 2014): 263–74. doi:10.1016/j.colsurfa.2014.05.057.
Pages:263-274

Publication: Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Thermodynamic study of a LiBr–H2O absorption process for solar heat storage with crystallisation of the solution

N’Tsoukpoe, Kokouvi Edem, Maxime Perier-Muzet, Nolwenn Le Pierrès, Lingai Luo, and Denis Mangin.
“Thermodynamic Study of a LiBr–H2O Absorption Process for Solar Heat Storage with Crystallisation of the Solution.” 104 (2014): 2–15. doi:10.1016/j.solener.2013.07.024.
Pages:2-15

Publication: Solar Energy

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Towards a One-Step Synthesis and Encapsulation of Acentric Iron Iodate (Fe(IO<SUB>3</SUB>)<SUB>3</SUB>) Nanocrystals via Inverse Miniemulsion

Ladj, Rachid, Mohamed M. Eissa, Jean-Pierre Valour, Yannick Mugnier, Ronan Le Dantec, Hatem Fessi, Marc Dubled, Christine Galez, and Abdelhamid Elaissari.
“Towards a One-Step Synthesis and Encapsulation of Acentric Iron Iodate (Fe(IO&lt;SUB&gt;3&lt;/SUB&gt;)&lt;SUB&gt;3&lt;/SUB&gt;) Nanocrystals via Inverse Miniemulsion.” 6, no. 1 (January 1, 2014): 102–10. doi:10.1166/sam.2014.1685.
Pages:102-110

Publication: Science of Advanced Materials

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014




Tuning the Adsorption Properties of Zeolites as Adsorbents for CO2 Separation: Best Compromise between the Working Capacity and Selectivity

García, Edder J., Javier Pérez-Pellitero, Gerhard D. Pirngruber, Christian Jallut, Miguel Palomino, Fernando Rey, and Susana Valencia.
“Tuning the Adsorption Properties of Zeolites as Adsorbents for CO2 Separation: Best Compromise between the Working Capacity and Selectivity.” 53, no. 23 (2014): 9860–74. doi:10.1021/ie500207s.
Pages:9860-9874

Publication: Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research

Equipe : DYCOP
Date : 2014




Tuning the adsorption properties of zeolites as adsorbents for CO2 separation: the best compromise between working capacity and selectivity

García, Edder J, Javier Pérez Pellitero, Gerhard D. Pirngruber, Christian Jallut, Miguel Palomino, Fernando Rey, and Susana Valencia.
“Tuning the Adsorption Properties of Zeolites as Adsorbents for CO2 Separation: The Best Compromise between Working Capacity and Selectivity.” , May 16, 2014, à paraitre. doi:10.1021/ie500207s.
Pages:à paraitre

Publication: Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research

Equipe : DYCOP
Date : 2014




Ultrasonically triggered freezing of aqueous solutions: Influence of initial oxygen content on ice crystals׳ size distribution

Jabbari-Hichri, Amira, Roman Peczalski, and Pierre Laurent.
“Ultrasonically Triggered Freezing of Aqueous Solutions: Influence of Initial Oxygen Content on Ice Crystals׳ Size Distribution.” 402 (2014): 78–82. doi:10.1016/j.jcrysgro.2014.05.010.
Pages:78-82

Publication: Journal of Crystal Growth

Equipe : PES
Date : 2014




Use of dynamic membranes for the preparation of vitamin E-loaded lipid particles: An alternative to prevent fouling observed in classical cross-flow emulsification

Laouini, A., C. Charcosset, H. Fessi, and K. Schroen.
“Use of Dynamic Membranes for the Preparation of Vitamin E-Loaded Lipid Particles: An Alternative to Prevent Fouling Observed in Classical Cross-Flow Emulsification.” 236 (January 2014): 498–505. doi:10.1016/j.cej.2013.10.053.
Pages:498-505

Publication: Chemical Engineering Journal

Equipe : Génie Pharmacotechnique
Date : 2014