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Etude energetique Junior Entreprise Mines Paris

Energy studies

Passionate about today's energy challenges, our specialists carry out energy and thermodynamic studies (life cycle studies, assignments applied to industry, etc).

Mission robotique Junior Entreprise Mines Paris


Benefiting from the infrastructure and expertise of the robotics, automation and systems research centres of the Ecole des Mines de Paris, our contributors carry out your projects in automation and robotics.

Projet électronique Junior Entreprise Mines Paris


Our people are able to carry out your projects for the shaping or management of electrical signals including transmission and storage of information in the broadest sense.

Mécanique des solides et mécanique des fluides Junior Entreprise Mines Paris

Mechanical engineering

Linked to the various expert centres in mechanics at Ecole des Mines de Paris, our contributors carry out your projects in fluid and solid mechanics via simulation software (Abaqus, CimLib, Matlab,..)

How an engineering study works

  • Fonctionnement Junior Entreprise Mines Paris

    Expression of need

    We get to know your specifications and your deadline and/or budget requirements

  • Déroulement mission Junior Entreprise Mines Paris

    Recruiting a consultant 

    We recruit our consultants on the basis of interviews after checking their skills.

  • Organisation Junior Entreprise Mines Paris

    Choice of technical solution

    We'll work out a solution to your needs with the contractor.

  • Suivi Junior entreprise Mines Paris

    Project management

    A project manager coordinates the various stages of the project and ensures that quality and deadlines are met.

Customer case studies: engineering assignments

Cas client mécanique des fluides Junior Entreprise Mines Paris


Analysis and research into the causes of nozzle vibration fatigue

The study focuses on the nozzle of an ejector at a desalination site operated by SIDEM, which has suffered repeated damages. In collaboration with CEMEF (Center for Material Forming of the École des Mines de Paris), two studies were conducted simultaneously: one on structural mechanics and the other on fluid mechanics. An iterative approach, involving various simulations, allowed the determination of the resonance frequencies of the system and the fluid-induced excitation frequencies. These results enabled the proposal of improvement strategies for the ejector to prevent further damages caused by system vibrations.

Duration: 2 months