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The GDR MFA leads, with the help of the "Groupe de Travail Sciences de la Matière" of the CNES, the research program in microgravity in the field of Material Sciences and Engineering Sciences.

The HAL collection of the GDR MFA (GDR n°2799) offers a showcase and an access to the scientific production resulting from the GDR and deposited in the HAL open archive.

Researchers can deposit in the HAL open archive the bibliographic references of their work and, within the framework set by the Law for a Digital Republic of October 7, 2016 (Article 30) and by the policies of publishers, the full text of their publications.

The HAL open archive aims to :

  • improve the international visibility and consultation of publications

  • enhance the value of the production of researchers, laboratories and institutions by ensuring a very wide dissemination, towards the academic world (researchers and students), the general public and the economic sector (civil society);

  • to guarantee a permanent and public conservation and access to publications;

  • to support the Open Access movement and Open Science.

Last update : October 2022.

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Hemodynamics Suspensions Foam Vesicles Jamming Capillary flow Poiseuille flow Droplet combustion Combustion Soret effect Red blood cell Numerical methods Microfluidics Pattern formation Liquid films Droplet Pulsating heat pipe Pool boiling Fire safety Heat transfer Flow boiling Haemodynamics Emulsion Instability Binary liquids Phase separation Granular Two-phase Aérosol Blood flow in cardiovascular system X-ray radiography Bubble growth Binary coalescence Spray flame Thermodiffusion Diffusion Microstructure Physiological materials Holographic interferometry Aerosol combustion Directional solidification Buoyancy Al-Cu alloy Microgravity Fluids In situ experiments Topical Issue Thermal non-equilibrium phenomena in multi-component fluids Yield stress Stokes flow Capsule/cell dynamics Magnetorheology Heterogeneous matter statistical distribution Bubble dynamics Porous medium Flame instabilities Fluid Dynamics Two-phase flow Suspension Oscillation Vibration Flame propagation Capillary waves Soot Phase change Microscopy Vesicle Alloys Two-phase combustion Aerosol Foams Convection Boiling Solidification CHF Instabilities Évaporation Dissolution Flows in ducts and channels Granular matter Rheology Evaporation Granular gas Wall friction Simulation Droplets Microstructures Gypsum Capillarity Experiment Bubble Dielectrophoretic force Microgravité Electrohydrodynamics Boiling crisis Blood Cellular instabilities Discontinuous shear thickening Magnetic field Vaporization Natural convection

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