Research and development projects within advanced characterization

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Research and development projects within advanced characterization

At the Danish Technological Institute, we participate in a number of research and development projects within advanced characterization - both Danish and European.

In these projects, we draw on our extensive knowledge of characterization techniques and our extensive network in both industry and the research world. Below you can see a selection of the projects.

LC-H2: Low-cost hydrogen production with high-efficiency alkaline electrolysis

The increasing demand for green hydrogen means that there is a crucial need for cost-effective and scalable technologies for green hydrogen production. The LC-H2 project aims to revolutionize the market for green hydrogen by improving the efficiency of alkaline electrolysis cells and thus reducing the production costs per liter of green hydrogen. 

Funded by: Innovation Fund Denmark
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SOLID: Hard materials in 3D

The ESS (European Spallation Source) lighthouse SOLID has been established as an interdisciplinary initiative to develop and strengthen the Danish research applications of large-scale facilities regarding imaging with a special focus on ESS. SOLID focuses on visualizing and quantifying internal structures in hard materials in 3D and on all relevant length- and timescales based on neutron and X-ray imaging. This will make a new generation of multiscale material models and the development of new tailored materials possible. 

Funded by: Ministry of Higher Education and Science
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EASI-STRESS – Standardisering af Industriel Karakterisering af Restspændinger

The EASI-STRESS project standardizes measurements of residual stresses in metal components, providing the industry with competitive advantages such as increased lifespan, reduced material consumption, and shorter development time. The project focuses on non-destructive 3D stress tensor measurements using synchrotron X-ray and neutron diffraction to bridge the gap between academia and industry by validating techniques, formulating protocols, and initiating an industrial measurement service.

Funded by: European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme
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