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Termet

     

 

NEW CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS WITH INCREASED THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY

Project “New Construction Materials with Increased Head Conductivity TERMET” is carried out jointly by the Warsaw University of Technology (Faculty of Materials Engineering, Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering and Academic Research Centre) and AGH University of Science and Technology (Faculty of Materials Science and Ceramics) in Cracow.

Priority Axis: 1. – Research and development of modern technologies

Measure: 1.1. – Support for scientific research for the development of a knowledge-based economy

Submeasure: 1.1.2. – Strategic programmes of scientific research and development work

 

Project value: PLN 23,886,858.60

EU contribution: PLN 20,303,829.81

Project timeframe: 01.2010 – 12.2013

 

Tasks carried out within the TERMET Project:

Task 1 – Development of innovative composite materials with increased thermal conductivity

Task 2 - Development of methodology for modelling structure of materials with increased thermal conductivity and optimisation of their thermal and structural properties

Task 3 - Description of developed materials’ application properties and creation of appropriate database

Biuro Projektu:

Kierownik Zadania 2 - Prof. dr hab. inż. Roman Domański
Instytut Techniki Cieplnej, Wydział Mechaniczny Energetyki i Lotnictwa
Politechnika Warszawska
Tel. 22 234 52 56
e-mail: Roman.Domanski@itc.pw.edu.pl

 

www.termet-poig.pl

The Project is co-funded from European Regional Development Fund within the Operational Programme Innovative Economy 2007-2013.