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New generation dielectromagnetic based micromachines, components and materials

Objective

In recent years, the growth of the consumer electronics market has generated a growing requirement for small magnetic components in which the use of such dielectromagnetic technologies potentially offers a range of manufacturing, environmental and technical benefits over the conventionally used sheet magnetic parts, notably reduced materials usage, better energy efficiency and the ability for product recycling at end of life. However before these can be realised there remain a number of practical issues, which must be resolved concerning the design. This project aims to address these through a series of workpackages focussing on these issues.

Funding Scheme

CSC - Cost-sharing contracts

Coordinator

LOUGHBOROUGH UNIVERSITY
Address
Ashby Road
Loughborough
United Kingdom

Participants (7)

"R&J MEASUREMENT" ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS AND COMPUTERIZED SYSTEMS
Poland
Address
Powstancow Slaskich 192A/21
53 139 Wroclaw
ALEACIONES DE METALES SINTERIZADOS SA
Spain
Address
Carretera Nacional 340Km. 1242, Poligono Industria
08620 Barcelona
DYSON LTD
United Kingdom
Address
Tetbury Hill
SN16 0RP Malmesbury
M2P GROUP S.A.
France
Address
Route De Rouen 116
27500 Pont Audemer
MIKROMA SP.Z O.O.
Poland
Address
Batorego 4
62300 Wrzesnia
QMP METAL POWDERS GMBH
Germany
Address
Ohlerkirchweg 66
41002 Moenchengladbach
WROCLAW UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY
Poland
Address
Wybrzeze St. Wyspianskiego 27
50 370 Wroclaw