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The H1PERBAT project takes an integrated approach to remove fundamental constraints on capacity, energy density and thermal management of EV batteries, and will realise a step change in system
This project brings together Coventry University expertise in Material Science and Design to develop products that embed innovative smart textiles in order to support healthy ageing and independent
To develop a novel process to deposit and attach silver nanoparticles on to fibres enabling the selective metallisation of fabrics.
Reducing the temperatures and process times of electroless and immersion plating processes using ultrasound.
The Midlands Centre for Data-Driven Metrology (MCDDM) is a multi-site collaboration between the University of Nottingham, Loughborough University, and Coventry University.
This project accelerates development of technologies that deliver zero tailpipe emissions, saving 43million tonnes of CO2, while also unlocking £53m of UK investment (6x ROI) and creating 114 jobs.
KTP to investigate electrochemical deposition of innovative multifunctional coatings on bearings to enhance the sustainability of automotive, marine and industrial engines
The purpose of the project was to investigate ultrasonic technology to facilitate the electrochemical deposition of innovative multifunctional coatings on bearings to enhance the sustainability of
Development and application of neutron transmission imaging for strain mapping in aerospace applications
This project, funded as an ISIS Facility Development Studentship, worked on the commissioning of the new IMAT beamline at the UK’s ISIS Neutron Facility.
BeLEADFREE aims to deliver novel lead‐free bearing materials by adopting innovative design & manufacturing and applying a multidisciplinary approach involving experts with extensive industrial,
REWAISE will create a new “smart water ecosystem”, mobilising all relevant stakeholders to make society embrace the true value of water, reducing freshwater and energy use.
This project seeks to develop and test new processes that enable rapid, high-quality, low-cost manufacturing of prototype samples of e-motor lamination stacks.
Novel methods of improved dispersion of particles for the production of composite electroplated coatings
The project will examine the dispersion of different types of nano/micro particles using a range of ultrasonic parameters in an electroplating solution.