The aim is to make the new composite material wood/ plastic lighter and more attractive to the market by developing new recipes where foaming agents are included and develop a new mould construction for the process.
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.
Development of new thermoplastic honeycomb sandwich core materials and their production process. The innovative new folded honeycomb core enables a fast core production from a thermoplastic sheet.
The project combines the know-how in paper and pulp technology of icp with the technical and market know-how of harald bjoerkgren ab and its network. The result is the commercial use of recycled paper instead of other non-renewable resources.
The main objective of the project is the development of a new, innovative and cost-competitive material based on a polypropylene matrix reinforced with modified natural fibres, intended for injection moulding process applied to the automotive industry.
The project goal is to develop eco-friendly thermoplastics as a composite of polymers and natural fibres like wood, flax, jute, etc. The application guidelines will describe parts properties and injection moulding process parameters.
Design and testing of precast composite fire and water resistant segments for secondary tunnel lining. They would also serve as a self-supporting formwork for filling of fresh concrete between the elements and the primary tunnel lining.
Generation of a new set of internet tools with different functions to allow smes to work with software solutions of high utility that were previously limited to large corporations.
The aim of the project is the development of new plastic materials.
Development of a processing technology for high temperature and (thermo)shock resistant ceramics. Successes have been claimed, however risks and costs have so far prohibited market applications.