Guillaume DOLLÉ
Doctorant UDS - Département mathématiques
Laboratoire : IRMA
Equipe de recherche : "Modélisation et contrôle"
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Téléphone : 03 68 85 02 87
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Courriel : gdolle@math.unistra.fr

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2 publications déposées sur HAL:

[hal-01258643] Mathematical modeling and numerical simulation of a bioreactor landfill using Feel++

In this paper, we propose a mathematical model to describe the functioning of a bioreactor landfill, that is a waste management facility in which biodegradable waste is used to generate methane. The simulation of a bioreactor landfill is a very complex multiphysics problem in which bacteria catalyze a chemical reaction that starting from organic carbon leads to the production of methane, carbon dioxide and water. The resulting model features a heat equation coupled with a non-linear reaction equation describing the chemical phenomena under analysis and several advection and advection-diffusion equations modeling multiphase flows inside a porous environment representing the biodegradable waste. A framework for the approximation of the model is implemented using Feel++, a C++ open-source library to solve Partial Differential Equations. Some heuristic considerations on the quantitative values of the parameters in the model are discussed and preliminary numerical simulations are presented.
Tue, 20 Jun 2017 14:35:57 +0000

[hal-01082527] Diffuse Optical Tomography For Tumour Detection Diffuse Optical Tomography For Tumour Detection

Time-resolved diffuse optical tomography aims to reconstruct images for internal parts of a body (diffusive objects owning one or several inclusions, small animals, ...) from its boundary measures. This poster gives an overview of the experimental setup created by the ICube/IMIS team and the mathematical model used for the reconstruction. Numerical results are obtained using FEEL++, a C++ library for finite element methods.
Wed, 24 May 2017 01:02:46 +0000