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ID: BREU0533
Start date: 1992-01-01, End date: 1995-06-30
During the initial period of this project few international laboratories had experience of processing and fabrication of long-fibre CMCs. Glass and glass-ceramic matrix composites were initially developed at AEA Harwell (later AEA Technology) and the process later transferred...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 4974
Last updated on: 1993-02-25
ID: BREU0523
Various combinations of tool materials and surface generation processes were evaluated with respect to PVD coating adhesion. On simple geometries the only adhesion problems were related to - dissolving of the Co binder in carbide and cermet during cleaning - the bad adhes...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 19213
Last updated on: 1992-05-26
ID: BREU0099
Start date: 1990-01-01, End date: 1993-12-31
The objective of this project is to develop a reliable methodology for the design for durability of mass produced mechanical components which are subject to part-to-part statistical variations.
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 14281
Last updated on: 1992-05-18
ID: BREU0079
Start date: 1990-02-01, End date: 1993-01-31
To establish technologies for the fabrication of low voltage, high reliability, ultra-precise micromovement devices which utilise functional ceramic elements in multilayer configurations.
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 14268
Last updated on: 1992-05-18
ID: BREU0453
Start date: 1991-12-01, End date: 1995-12-01
The project envisages the optimal design of multiphase processes. The objective is the development of computer simulation packages which allow detailed predictions on the preparation and behaviour of dispersions and chemical reactions in two phase systems. These processes pl...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 4088
Last updated on: 1991-12-10
ID: BREU0274
Start date: 1990-09-01, End date: 1993-08-31
The aim of the proposal is the investigation and the development of an automatic X-ray NDT analysis using a new sensor concept with customised integrated pulse handling and readout together with special multichannel image processing.
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 2772
Last updated on: 1991-04-03
ID: BREU0201
Start date: 1990-07-01, End date: 1993-06-30
The aims are to develop a sound physical understanding of the process as applied to metallic and insulating compounds, and to exploit LAD for the preparation of a range of novel materials and multilayer structures for application in magnetics, microelectronics and X-ray optics...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 2533
Last updated on: 1991-04-02
ID: BREU0153
Start date: 1990-04-01, End date: 1993-03-31
The first stage of this research work was focused on the choice of the main precipitation system in regard to elevated temperature properties. In this objective, tensile and creep properties at 150 C as well as fracture toughness and corrosion behaviour on rolled plates and s...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 917
Last updated on: 1990-10-02
ID: BREU0140
Start date: 1990-04-01, End date: 1993-03-31
The production of a new generation of piezoelectric and pyroelectric sensors and transducers was investigated by developing new materials based upon ferroelectric polymers and polymer composites. New techniques such as polymer evaporation onto crystal substrates and oxide cry...
Programme: FP2-BRITE/EURAM 1
Record Number: 18808
Last updated on: 1990-10-02
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