Explosive concrete spalling at high temperatures results in serious economic and human safety problems. A research programme will study innovative concretes using new fibre types able to exclude toxic effects and avoid spalling.
Software and hardware systems for power supply quality and status monitoring and bakc-up powered equipment for consumption control.
Aims to develop a class of new mortars based on mortar 'portland + inert' and combined to different kinds of resins polymerising 'in situ' with improvement of some mechanical characteristics of concretes.
The aim of the project is the development of new plastic materials.
Development of a lubricant for the warm compaction of metal powders, together with the associated mixing technology, in order to produce powder metallurgical components with a very high density (98% of wrought density).
To create a scientific basis for producing mineral fibre from ceramic materials, develop experimental equipment, obtain high quality mineral wool and provide research on its properties and application.
To develop a corrosion protection technology for mg alloys on the basis of organic-inorganic hybrid nanocomposite coatings embedded with functional nanoparticles, which offers active as well as passive corrosion protection and in addition multifunctional properties
Magnesium alloys due to low density and good mechanical properties are candidates for structural applications. The research aims at optimising the plastic deformation process and defining mechanical properties of extrusion and hydroforming.
This project focuses on new technologies for otr tires. Otr tires are mounted on special purpose vehicles for tasks such as loading and carrying in mining and forestry. The tires meet extreme specifications - in load capacity and size.
Ultimate test for a rationally, economically and environmentally friendly use of stretch wrap film