Determination of the environmental footprint of a vehicle and relation of this to the economic and social costs of maintaining the infrastructure.
The aim is to develop a worldwide innovative cylinder pressure sensor (cps) to significantly reduce nox and particulate emissions from automotive diesel engines.
To increase wind turbine reliability by failure mode investigation of components. The main tools for the research are vibration measurements, the counting of metallic particles in oil and the monitoring of fiber optic blades.
Second harmonic generation (shg) can generate a wave with twice the optical frequency. Multiphoton microscopy, including shg, produces high-resolution, three-dimensional pictures of tissue with minimal damage to living cells.
Sensata and melexis intend to develop sensors to regulate hard to control combustion processes, contributing to both the development of highly efficient auto-ignition combustion processes (advanced diesel combustion) and advanced after-treatment sensors for an integrated exhaust system.