Areas of expertise
- Gas Turbines & Propulsion
Dr Marie Pervier interests are in ice adhesion and in the properties of atmospheric ice. She developed mechanical tests to measure the strength of adhesion to different material and to compare them in the aim to find a material with low ice adhesion to reduce the power required for ice protection systems.
Latest activities involved the development of computational models to understand ice adhesion mechanisms and therefore develop more efficient ice protection systems. Applications are mainly related to aeronautical field but also wind turbine and unmanned vehicle field.
Another point of interest is on the properties of impact ice like density or Young's modulus. These properties are not yet well defined and can become of high importance in the development of numerical models. The microstructure of atmospheric ice is also a recurrent object of study.
Current research projects include ERICE (Horizon 2020) and Ice Genesis (Horizon 2020).
- The Welding Institute
- BAE Systems
- SAFRAN Group
- NTNU (Norvegian Institute of Science and Technology)
Articles In Journals
- Feng A, Vincent A & Pervier MLA (2022) Measurement and FEM of ice adhesion to the downstream pipe of an air cycle machine, Cold Regions Science and Technology, 196 Article No. 103512.
- Pervier MLA, Gurrutxaga Lerma B, Piles Moncholi E & Hammond DW (2019) A new test apparatus to measure the adhesive shear strength of impact ice on titanium 6Al-4V alloy, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 214 (June) 212-222.
- Pervier MA & Hammond DW (2019) Measurement of the fracture energy in mode I of atmospheric ice accreted on different materials using a blister test, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 214 (June) 223-232.
- Pervier MA, Pervier H & Hammond DW (2017) Observation of microstructures of atmospheric ice using a new replica technique, Cold Regions Science and Technology, 140 (August) 54-57.
- Linassier G, Balland M, Pervier H, Pervier M, Hammond D & Radenac E (2018) Experimental characterization of anti-icing system and accretion of re-emitted droplets on turbojet engine blades. In: 2018 Atmospheric and Space Environments Conference, AIAA Aviation Forum, Atlanta, 25-29 June 2018.
- Terzis A, Pervier M-L & Hammond DW (2011) Temperature effect on fracture toughness of atmospheric ice accreted on a typical fan blade material. In: 20th International Symposium on Air Breathing Engines (ISABE), 2011, Gothenburg, 12-16 September 2011.