To develop qcm based diagnosis systems and instruments. Qcm surfaces will be coated with protein and nucleic acid probes and initially tested for their applicability in gmo detection and hemoglobinopathy diagnosis.
Development,manufacturing,operational tests & implementation of an on-line monitoring system for various types of brown coal and lignite,based on the natural gamma radioactivity of coal for use in mines,preparation plants and power plants.
Development of technology for geophysical measurements in boreholes for preventive recognition of geodynamic events such as gas outbursts during preparation works in the velenje coal mine.
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.
Breaking the structure of rubber filler by sample compression and correlating the measuring signal to various conditions in the material process cycle, such that the structure can be determined continuously. Development of new test equipment.
Aims to bring together european competences in the field of tribology,by establishing an integrated, powerful umbrella to improve interaction between industry and tribology research and to facilitate the transfer of technology to industry.
To develop measurement equipment and software for the construction aggregates industries and to some extent other mineral-based material industries.
To develop an alcohol ignition lock using advanced sensor technology and unique features suitable for commercial vehicles at a highly competitive price level.
A combined toolkit to achieve shorter development cycles for liquid chemical products will be developed and implemented. This will in turn reduce chemical use and incorporate environmentally sound components in liquid chemical formulations.
Development of a laseroptical flowsensor for the on-site inspection and in-situ meter calibration of conventional flow sensors of heat meters based on the measurement principle of laser doppler velocimetry.