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Les techniques de soudage de la grande statuaire antique en bronze: étude des paramètres thermiques et chimiques contrôlant le soudage par fusion au bronze liquide

Abstract : This work falls within an interdisciplinary research regarding the evolution of the manufacture techniques of the Ancient large bronze statuary (from the 2nd half of the 6th century BC to the 5th century AD). The purpose of the PhD is to contribute to the understanding of the flow fusion welding process, implementing a dual approach: study of ancient joins and experimental tests in laboratory. The studied statues come from french museums (Département des Antiquités Grecques Etrusques et Romaines of the Louvre museum, Musée départemental Arles Antique, the Evreux museum, Mission Archéologique Départementale de l'Eure). The technological study of this corpus is based on the methodology developed by the C2RMF, with several partners. First with the CEA Le Ripault, the Institut de Soudure, we used many analytical techniques (non-destructive testing, X-ray, elemental analysis by ICP-AES, optical and scanning electron microscopy ...). With the CEMHTI also, we studied the thermal transfer during welding tests conducted in the "high temperature room", recently developed in the C2RMF. At the end of this research, we are able to characterize more precisely the implementation of the welding process used by the ancient founders, whose success depends on the control of heat transfer.
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Aurélia Azéma. Les techniques de soudage de la grande statuaire antique en bronze: étude des paramètres thermiques et chimiques contrôlant le soudage par fusion au bronze liquide. Matériaux. Université Pierre et Marie Curie - Paris VI, 2013. Français. ⟨tel-00918829⟩

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