Digitalization brings materials research and design to a new level
DIMECC HYBRIDS and BSA programs bring material research and design to a new level by digitalizing materials R&D. The digital design concept takes full advantage of novel materials. The ultimate goal is to enable to product specific design of materials, and exploiting detailed models in design of material solutions and solving materials related problems in products.
You can predict your customers’ future orders
When will the customer place their next order? And what will the value of that order be? IN FIMECC S4Fleet programme researchers at Tampere University of Technology (TUT) together with Metso have succeeded in answering these questions by forecasting the demand of services related to industrial products based on the customers’ installed base.
Digital design concept takes full advantage of novel HYBRID materials
FIMECC HYBRIDS programme brings material research and design to a new level by digitalizing materials R&D. The digital design concept takes full advantage of novel hybrid materials and speeds up product design significantly.
FINAL REPORT: ELEMET ” Energy- and Lifecycle-efficient Metal Processes”
Energy- and Lifecycle-efficient Metal Processes – ELEMET (2009-2014) is one of the first generation FIMECC programmes. The main focus of the programme was to improve the material and energy efficiency of metal production plants. The final report illustrates the research results and impact of the FIMECC ELEMET programme.
A Finite Element Model for Simulating Spark Plasma Sintering Process
A finite element model for simulating the SPS process (temperature gradients, distribution of electric current) was developed to enhance process control and facilitate design of complex SPS geometries.
Fretting damage prediction for highly loaded machine components
Fretting fatigue, i.e. decreased fatigue performance due to the small oscillatory movement between contacting bodies, is often considered as the plague of modern industry. A novel modelling and experimental methods has been developed and successfully applied in diesel engines in order to optimize and increase safety margin to fretting damage.