Equipment to characterise ink/fluid media interaction, to build up knowledge on ink/fluid -media interaction and to investigate the feasibility of a modular 4 head multifunctional ink/fluid flat bed media interaction test platform.
Industrial production process of thin wafers, 150 to 200 micrometers, through a silicon ribbon on a sacrificial carbon template (rst technology). A back contact solar cell process based on thin silicon ribbons will be developed and tested.
Research to produce and supply a system having two objectives: 1 prevention - to locate and identify an arcing point on powered networks - 2 location - to develop a highly integrated vehicle for fault location
The mtt-cap project comprises the research and development of a combined auxiliary power unit (apu) and parking heater for trucks, which leads to savings in terms of fuel, noise and exhaust gas emissions (co2, nox, soot) and engine wear.
To develop a new composite material based on the active element tin with final use as anode material for li-ion batteries. This represents a battery energy gain of 25% which will extend the use of electrical energy in portable applications.
We aim at a production of 150 tons of algae per year per ha and an energy balance of 4 times as much useful algae energy output as fossil energy input to make the process running. this project focuses on optimistion of the chain of cultivating, harvesting and valorising algae biomass.
To develop and demonstrate prototype production equipment for an economically viable module assembly line, which is suitable for high handling yield and high throughput of thin and high-efficiency solar cells, and which is ready to be put on the market at project-end.
Within the cooperative project extreme, a holistic concept is developed - specifically focusing on smes - to continuously identify and plan organisational and technical measures to improve energy and resource efficiency in manufacturing and to assess the realisable impact.
To develop the technology needed by graphic communication industry to enlarge their current pure print offer to new services focused on the delivery of content through multiple channels (traditional print, digital print, web, mobile, ebook, tv, etc. ) Demanded by an increasingly digital world.
Wetren aims to research, develop and validate the waste energy driven air conditioning system (wedacs)-technology. This add-on technology for gasoline engines reduces co2 emissions and fuel consumption up to 15% by eliminating the conventional alternator and offering air conditioning support.