Arwatex project aimes development of recycling methods of the textile aramid waste. The essence of project is to develop the most suitable grinding techniques, and the eco-innovative and economic application of recycled materials as functional flame retardant products.
The automotive sector requires high throughput production based on a flexible solution capable to manufacture different parts without cost associated to hard tooling. This project will develop and validate the technology required to manufacture blanks by means of high speed laser cutting.
Impact addresses integrated management of heterogeneous data, information, and knowledge collected in modern production systems with the goal to support decision-making related to the management of processes, quality, operations, material flow, and energy.
Flexible communication network in the field of industrial production systems integrated in company operations to develop competitiveness in mfg. Methods/design, mfg.Systems/ technology and organisation/human resource development.
The purpose of the project is to further develop a plastic moulding technology to be able to produce large pallets primarily for articles in the food industry.
Improving railway safety is of national interest.By adopting a modern atp (automatic train protection) system, romania & other countries with the same conditions can achieve this. 1st step: a unit making present track equipment use possible
The aim is to further develop the use of fibre-reinforced plastics in rail suspensions and demonstrate the advantages of advanced suspensions using such materials.
Development of a new honeycomb sandwich core material and related process. This innovative new folded honeycomb core enables fast core production from one continuous sheet and produces reliable core-skin bonding.
This system will use advanced it-cad/cam tools for integrated architecture, prefabrication, delivery, mounting and maintenance for multistorey buildings. The goal is to define an ultimate industrialised building process.
The objective is to develop a combined natural stone/ concrete unit, suitable for both the repair of crumbling marble facades and new structures. The unit will provide new potential for marble to be used as a facing material.