VIEILLARD Philippe

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VIEILLARD Philippe

Directeur de Recherche Emerite.

Spécialités : Géochimie , Thermodynamique, Minéralogie

Bâtiment B35 – 2e Etage Nord

Equipe Hydrasa

IC2MP UMR 7285– Université de Poitiers – UFR SFA

Bâtiment B35, TSA 51106

5 avenue  Albert Turpain

86073 Poitiers cedex 9

Tel : +33 (0)5 49 45 38 61

@ : philippe.vieillard@univ-poitiers.fr

Mots clés : Thermodynamique, Géochimie, Minéralogie, Cristallographie, Argiles, Hydratation, Modélisation, Zéolithes, Ciments, Phyllosilicates, Exergie, Minéraux

Partenariats institutionnels :

ANDRA, AREVA,  Amphos21 ( Barcelone), CIRCE (Saragosse, Espagne)

Production scientifique

  • 82 publications de rang A
  • 2 brevets
  • 24 encadrements de thèse
  • 50 communications à des congrès

Publications marquantes

Vieillard P. (1994) – Prediction of enthalpy of formation based on refined crystal structures of multi-sites compounds. Part I: Theory and examples. Ceochim. Cosmochim. Acta 58, 19, p.4049-4063.

Vieillard P. (1994) – Prediction of enthalpy of formation based on refined crystal structures of multi-sites compounds. Part II: Application to minerals belonging to the system Li2O-Na2O-K2O-BeO-MgO-CaO-MnO-FeO-Fe2O3-Al2O3-SiO2-H2O. Results and Discussion. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 58, (19), p.4065-4107.

Vieillard Ph. (2000) – A new method for the prediction of Gibbs free energies of formation of hydrated clay minerals base on the electronegativity scale. Clays & Clay Minerals., 48, N°4, p.459-473.

Vieillard P. (2002) – A new method for the prediction of Gibbs free energies of formation of phyllosilicates (10Å & 14Å) based on the electronegativity scale. Clays & Clay Minerals., N°50, N°3, p.352-363.

Vieillard Ph, Ramirez S., Bouchet A., Cassagnabere A., Meunier A. & Jacquot E. (2004) Alteration of Callovo-Oxfordian clay from Meuse –Haute Marne underground laboratory (france) by alkaline solutions. II Modelling of mineral reactions at 120°C and at hyperalkaline solutions. Appl. Geochem., 19, p.1699-1709

Gaboreau S. & Vieillard P. (2004) Prediction of Gibbs free energies of formation of minerals of the alunite supergroup.  Geoch. Cosmochim. Acta, Vol. 68, N°12, p.3307-3316

Valero-Delgado A., Valero A. & Vieillard P. (2012) Calculation of exergy for minerals of the earth crust. Exergy, 41, p.121-127

Giffaut E, Grivé M., Blanc P., Vieillard P., Colas E., Gailhanou H., Gaboreau S., Marty N., Madé B. & Duro L. (2014) Andra thermodynamic database for performance assessment: Thermochimie. Applied geochemistry 49,225-236.

Tajeddine L., Gailhanou H., Blanc P.,.Lassin A., Gaboreau S. & Vieillard P., (2015) Hydration-dehydration study behavior, and thermodynamlic properties of MX-80 montmorillonite studied using thermal analysis. Soumis à Thermochimica Acta, 604, 83-93

Blanc, P., Vieillard P., Gailhanou H., Gaboreau S., Gaucher E., Fialips C.I. Made B. and Giffaut E.  (2015) – A generalized model for predicting the thermodynamic properties of clay minerals. American J. Science, 315, 734-780.

Gailhanou H., Vieillard P, Blanc, P., Lassin A., Denoyel R., Bloch E., De Weireld, G., Gaboreau, S., Claret, F., Fialips C., Madé B. & Giffaut E. (2017) Methodology for determining the thermodynamic properties of smectite hydration.  Applied Geochemistry, 82, 146-163.

Roosz, C., Vieillard, P., Blanc, P., Gaboreau, S., Gailhanou, H., Braithwaite, D., Montouillout, V.,Denoyel, R., Henocq, P. & Madé, B. (2018) Thermodynamic properties of C-S-H, C-A-S-H and M-S-H phases: Results from direct measurements and predictive modelling. Applied Geochemistry, 92,140-156.

Vieillard P., Gailhanou H., Lassin A, Blanc, P., Bloch E., Denoyel R., Gaboreau S., Fialips C., Madé B. & Giffaut E. (2019) A predictive model of thermodynamic entities of hydration for clay smectites. Application to the formation propertries of smectites. Applied Geochemistry, 110, 104423

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