sustainability

3D-printing voor offshore toepassingen

3D printing for offshore applications

On February 10, from 13:55 to 16:00, De Blauwe Cluster, SIM and Flam3D are organising an online information session on 3D printing in an offshore environment.

SIMBA: all solid state Li-batteries

Sustainable and Innovative Materials for Batteries: the ambition is to bundle knowhow and effort to create a local battery ecosystem, which enables value creation and jobs in Flanders by the time generation 4 batteries (all solid-state, ASSB) break through.

MARES: recycling of industrial residues

Recycling of ‘Materials from solid and liquid industrial process Residues’. The aim is at creating and demonstrating an operational, flexible toolbox to recover metals and valorize residual matrix into building materials.

TRAP project

TRAP: nanotechology

Tools for rational processing of nanoparticle based materials: the aim is at strengthening the scientific base for the rational processing of nanomaterials and creating technology platforms.

Simulation tool

M3: macro-level modelling

MacroModelMat: Macro-level predictive modeling, design and optimization of advanced light weight material systems.

HINT-S program

H-INT-S: composites modelling

Looking at soft/hard matter composites to establish a knowledge base for an intelligent design of functional polymer-based composites.

3D design

STREAM: additive manufacturing

The performance of Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes of STRuctural Engineering materials strongly depends on optimal printing material properties and printing parameters, supported by specifically developed monitoring and simulating software tools.

NANOFORCE: fibre reinforced composites

Next generation nano-engineered polymer hybrids: developing structural composite materials with increased durability, improved recyclability and low weight.

Photovoltaic cells

SOPPOM+: printed functionalities

Solution based processing for printed functionalities. Three main directions are foreseen within this program: printed electronics, printed photonics and printed energy.