This video present a Research carried out at the Department of Mechanics, Structures and Materials (DMSM) in cooperation with the Department of Electronics, Optronics, and Signal processing (DEOS), dedicated to the usability of planetary regoliths to manufacture structural objects (shelters, parts in additive manufacturing) and to the possible protection for cosmic radiation, on the same planets. In addition, this research has applications in aeronautics for high altitude aircraft and / or very long range flight.
The Department of Mechanics, Structures and Materials organizes and supervises all the teaching activities associated with mechanics of deformable solids for ISAE SUPAERO programs, in synergy with the fundamental and applied research on aeronautics materials and structures.
This strong interaction between teaching and research is the cornerstone of the department’s organizational basis. Hence, the department aims to encourage students and associated researchers, in keeping with a rigorous creativity approach, to develop both the expertise and open-mindedness needed to drive innovation and excellence.
It is based on teams of Professors, and engineers, technicians and administrative staff who anchor work within the Institut Clément Ader. Researchers also lead and develop crossdisciplinary research areas as part of ISAE-RECHERCHE, thus globally contributing to the emergence of new research lines and new developments.
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