How can we create better materials? And how to document that the new materials are in compliance with legal requirements? We are investigating these and other questions in a series of innovative efforts within materials technology.
Trending within materials technology
How you can optimise the curing process for epoxy – and ensure the quality of your product
Many companies experience challenges with the quality of the finished product when manufacturing composites and coatings. We have therefore identified a thermal analysis method that ensures optimal curing of epoxy in the manufacturing process, thereby reducing the risk of complaints and recalls of products.
Composites leave traditional materials behind
A longboard made from composites with a lower weight and better riding feel was the result of a case study.
Testing of components in aggressive environments
Test corrosion resistance and functionality of materials intended for exposure to an aggressive environment.
Research and development projects
Surfaces and interfaces in industrial products
Centre of Applied Photonics R&D
Establishement of a photonics knowledge centre to ensure the competitiveness of danish companies.
Hygiene monitoring in closed production equipment
New methods will ensure better hygiene in closed production equipment.
Industrial mediator for neutron and X-ray analysis at big science facilities
Technical skill sets and a mediator structure will give Danish businesses access to big science facilities.
Competitive and reliable material selections for future energy supply (ENFOS)
Competitive and reliable material selections will improve the competitiveness of Danish small- and medium-sized businesses and contribute to a green transition.
Industrialisation of large-scale AM
Large AM products are to add value to the Danish industry.
Digital technology and acoustic data is to support physical measurement of noise.
Accelerated implementation of materials and surface solutions.