Study of new approach to mixing/blending technologies and transformation processes of high caloric industrial and municipal wastes to develop efficient and cost-effective production of secondary fuel for industrial use.
The overall aim is to develop software which will increase maintenance and control realibility of complex hydraulic systems supplying steam, gas, water and heat within large industrial plants and city communities.
Ledeburitic steels prepared using the rapid solidification effect, as well as those with the addition of ceramic particles, will be developed. The coating of final steel and hard materials will be investigated.
The aim is to study and develop new software and hardware technologies in order to develop an innovative, cost effective and customer-oriented rpoducts for electricity distribution control centres.
Advanced research into on-site industrial waste water treatment and the re-use of water in cws (in smes). optimisation of treatment efficiency by testing new substrates. Research on plants and microbial communities.
Building upon the work of the cape.Net, capri and pure networks, develop detailed proposals for a programme of development, demonstration and technology transfer to strengthen competitiveness of the european process industry.
Investigation into pulsatory forming technology including generator of pulses development and description of the influence of pulses on material will be provided. This technology will be applied to industrial production.
The r&d project proposes the development, production and marketing of a competitive system of two linked groups of new, high performance flooring materials for the repair of damage to industrial floors of every thickness.
An innovative, portable and rapid x-ray spectrometer for diffraction and fluorescence analyses is proposed.It will be tested and optimized via in-field and laboratory analyses of different ancient artefacts.
The goal is to design and manufacture a real-time, closed- loop control system making stable, net-shape, cold forging processes possible.