Creation of the trademark "sustainable mobility" using new methods in noise reduction of water turbines, improving battery performance for transport; providing services for the feeling of unlimited mobility lifestyle.
The control system and adaptation of the combustion engine will see an engine-power increase at the same time minimising exhalation and enhancing spark safety.
Development and manufacture of a gas turbine recuperator of 100 kw(e) with high efficiency exceeding 90% based on primary surfaces for temperatures of 650-700 degrees celsius. Development of stamping and welding technology for very thin special steel foils with 0.08mm thickness.
The project mission is to build a system of intelligent wireless electrical installations. The system will comply with current standards and will form a 'superstructure' for previously made applications.
Carbon dioxide for the growth of algae in thin-layer solar bioreactors comes from the combustion of municipal waste. Its use decreases the price of algal biomass, extends its utilisation and reduces the amount of waste co2 emitted into the atmosphere.
Isel is a concept, which is to ensure the uninterrupted running of emergency lighting during a fire alarm, without being dependent on the network supply.
Combustion carbon dioxide from municipal waste incinerators will be converted into micro-algal biomass. Controlled enhancement of algal starch and lipid synthesis enables exploitation of the biomass as a raw material for biofuel production.
To adapt engines and their internal components, such as combustion engines, for use with non-conventional fuels and lubricants, minimising noise and gas emissions caused by engines and improving the lifetime of components.
To research and develop a device able to produce electricity using the energy of exhaust gasses and deceleration and its logical distribution throughout the vehicle in order to lower its consumption of fuel and also its co2 emissions.
The pyrolysis of biomass or mixture of biomass and municipal waste generates a gas mixture with a lot of solid particles. Our goal is to create a system of hot gas dedusting and tar decomposing in order to gain final gas which is more efficient and easy to use as fuel for cogeneration unit.