The objective of the project is to develop a new family of concrete ceramic materials for applications in construction, for example precast elements and in situ cast elements.
Development of a proof of principle for a new process technology for solar cells based on thin films of silicon, to reduce the cost of photovoltaic cells while maintaining similar conversion efficiencies.
Develop continuous ink jet techn. For production printing of web-shaped mat.&Textiles,in web widths of 2-4 metres,applying the requested ink qty at effective speed faster than 10 metres per min as to compete with trad. Textile printing sys.
Power-led 'sealed for life' explosion-proof medium intensity obstacle light with an intensity of 2,000 cd; especially built (designed) with a clear lens and depending on the situation, a number of white or coloured (red) led's.
A new and innovative process will be developed to solve the glycerin glut from biodiesel production by converting it into an additive for diesel fuels: gtbe. Adding gtbe to diesel fuels will lower the emission of fine particles up to 50%
There is a large market demand for a fast-charge battery with built-in charger. In this project, a fast-charge high-power li-ion powerpack with an integrated high-efficiency charger will be developed.
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.
The consortium wants to develop bluetec, an innovative integrated concept for generating electrical power from marine tidal currents at 50% of the costs of current technologies.
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.