Verification of the possibility of using bed and fly ash from fluidised bed coal combustion and steel manufacturing in agriculture, landscape creation, highway construction and for the production of slag cements.
The project encompasses a complex solution for biologically removing solid wastes consisting of natural and synthetic polymers. The r & d of this bioremediation is based on using microbial capability to colonise solid wastes.
Development of a new type of binder based on alkali activated blast furnace slag and use of blast furnace slag cement with regard to the alkali-silica reaction in concrete
To construct a factory treating residues contaminated with organic molecules of 3 distinct chemical families (phytosanitary, pharmaceutical and cytostatic).
To prepare suitable commercial products from waste materials for use in the building industry and water management.
Since 9/11, heavy emphasis has been placed on safety of infrastructures. This project will develop a monitoring system that covers the entire infrastructure, is embedded in a decision support system, and offers a platform for extension.
The project will focus on testing natural serbian and croatian zeolites for their use in the removal of toxic zinc, chromium, copper and arsenic from waste and drinking water. The performance of natural zeolites and synthetic zeolite a produced in slovenia will be compared.
To provide the foundation to enable the development of novel ndt techniques for inspection of power generation plants, including the development of inspec systems based on a combination of tofd and phased array. Ventilation systems for inspection based on cheaper carbon absorbers will be developed.
To develop an innovative, low-cost and robust technique to remove arsenic from drinking water. This objective is to be achieved by integrating two complementary innovations: 1) subsurface arsenic removal. 2) arsenic filtration with adsorption of arsenic onto iron oxide coated sand.
Basic goal of this project is the development of technology for industrial waste recycling and production of new construction materials, with high performances, reduced environmental impact and adjusted to customer needs: geopolymers, as well as the porous ceramic building materials.