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ISQ is developing environmental LCA models to support
Bulkhead panel produced by Metal Additive
Manufacturing for aerospace sector.
Anisotropic fatigue properties of additively manufactured WAAM structures for Demonstrator 2.
Distributed optical fiber sensing for structural health
monitoring of metal parts.
Nanomaterials are emerging as improved solutions for MAM materials,
as large benefits can be obtained due to outstanding material
nanotechnology safe at the workplace? ISQ exposure risk assessment
Novel high-strength processing optimized
Al-Mg-Zn-Cu-Ag alloy wire for Demonstrator 2 developed by LKR.
of electrical conductors into light metal components by means of
ISQ in charge of MULTI-FUN’s Risk Assessment Framework.
LORTEK, INPHOTECH and INOCON are making remarkable
progress with the integration of optical fibre sensors in aluminium
parts printed by DED additive manufacturing processes.
is investigating different alternatives to manufacture high strength
aluminium parts by Wire and Arc Additive Manufacturing (WAAM) to
meet the most demanding aeronautical specifications.
and LKR are investigating the fully embedded copper conductors in