High-performance steels addressed to electric mobility sector obtained through the use of recycled material. Currently, the European industry and mobility is facing a two-pronged challenge: the need of obtaining materials with increasing performance and cost competitiveness, while at the same time, reducing their ecological footprint and foreign dependency. Affordable and indefinitely [...]



Recovery of titanium sheet waste to manufacture titanium metal powder through atomisation. The VARTIP project valorises titanium sheet metal waste with the objective to manufacture high-value titanium powder and promote its future commercialisation. In this sense, VARTIP is developing a centrifugal atomisation technology for high melting point metals, which will allow [...]



Design, manufacturing and validation of the next generation of battery packs for the automotive mass-market. The MARBEL project develops an innovative and competitive lightweight battery with increased energy density and shorter recharging times with the objective to accelerate the mass market take-up of electric vehicles. The project innovation is based on [...]



Development of a complex material model for press hardening of steel, covering mechanical, thermal and metallurgical factors to generate an accurate prediction of the final behaviour of the material. The MiPre project has the objective to improve the accuracy of metallurgical and mechanical modelling to predict material properties in press hardening. [...]



Production of metal glass powder through the development of a new centrifugal atomization technology. The GLASCENT project aims to develop a new technology for producing glass metallic powders. Metallic glasses are metals with an amorphous microstructure that are obtained by rapid cooling techniques. These advanced materials have a huge interest in [...]



Control of risk for hydrogen embrittlement (HE) in steels for automotive applications. The CRYSTAL project, coordinated by Eurecat, aims to reduce the hydrogen embrittlement risk in high strength steel parts for the automotive industry. The project will use a novel solid-state gas sensor to quantitatively measure in-situ the hydrogen absorbed during [...]



New sustainable products through the transformation of ladle slag into high value-added products. The CYCLO-SLAG project develops an innovative and sustainable solution by transforming ladle slag into high value-added products with the aim to promote a sustainable approach and diversify the industrial sectors and markets for the final products. In this [...]



Development of an innovative range of dental implants based on new designs and advanced antibacterial surface treatments for the improvement of the biomechanical response. The BIOIMPLANT project has the objective to develop a new range of dental implants based on a new design of the external geometry (obtained from advanced methods [...]



Development of new tests and computer simulation methodologies with the aim of predicting the life of the electric vehicle chassis components and selecting optimal materials. The Fatigue4Light project works on the application of new materials adapted to chassis requirements, such as advanced high-strength steels, special automotive stainless steels, high-strength aluminium alloys [...]



Development and application of novel retrofitting technologies and equipment for efficient use of Variable feedstock in metal making processes. The REVAMP has the objective to cope with the increasing variability and to ensure an efficient use of the feedstock in terms of materials and energy. These new technologies developed will be [...]

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