Dr. Nicole Coutris
Office: 216 Fluor Daniel Building
D.Sc., Mathematics, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris 6, 1980
Master in Theoretical Mechanics, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris 6, 1967
Bachelor in Mathematics, Pierre et Marie Curie University, Paris 6, 1965
Dr. Coutris research interests have covered a wide area in Continuum Mechanics including linear and nonlinear theory of plates and shells and two-phase flow and heat transfer. Her last research activities mainly concerned instabilities.
Yin, J., Coutris, N., and Huang, Y., 2010 Role of Marangoni Instability in Fabrication of Axially and Internally Grooved Hollow Fiber Membranes, Langmuir, Vol 26 (22 ), pp. 16991-19999.
Yin, J., Coutris, N., and Huang, Y., Investigation of Inner Surface Groove Formation Under Radially Inward Pressure During Immersion Precipitation-Based Hollow Fiber Membrane Fabrication, 2011, Journal of Manufacturing and Engineering Science, Vol 133, Issue 3, 031003.
Yin, J., Coutris, N., and Huang, Y., 2012 Experimental Investigation of Aligned Groove Formation on the Inner Surface of Polyacrylonitrile Hollow Fiber Membrane, Journal of Membrane Science, Vol 394-395, pp 57-68.
Lemonnier, H. and Coutris, N., 2012 Two-fluid-1D-Averaged Model Equations for a Pipe Undergoing Arbitrary Motions, Multiphase Science and Technology, Vol 24 (1), pp. 1-45.