Priority Programme 2289: Hetero-Aggregates (PP 2289)
The priority program “Design of synergies in tailored blends of heterogeneous powders” aims at the development of applica-tion-oriented particle systems by the controlled, process-safe and controllable adjustment of particulate hetero-contacts.
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Priority Programme 2122: Materials for Additive Manufacturing (PP 2122)
The main objective of Priority Program 2122 is the synthesis of new metal and polymer powders for efficient laser-based additive manufacturing through formulation, additivation and (chemical) modification of new and commercial powders.
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Priority Programme 2086: Surface Conditioning in Metal Cutting (PP2086)
Within the scope of the project “Targeted adjustment of edge zone properties by means of in-process monitoring and adaptive process control during grinding”, the aim is to develop an in-process or near-process control system that will enable the targeted adjustment of edge zone properties by the grinding process.
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Priority Programme 2080: Catalysts and Reactors under Dynamic Operating Conditions for Energy Storage and Conversion (PP2080)
In the Priority Program 2080, a fundamental understanding of the microscopic processes on solid catalysts under dynamic conditions and their effects on activity, selectivity and sta-bility is being developed in an interdisciplinary research program applied to current issues of the energy transition.
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Priority Programme 2074: Fluid-free lubrication systems with high mechanical loads (PP 2074)
In Priority Program 2074, the mechanisms of friction and wear due to transfer layer forma-tion in tribological systems with high mechanical loads when lubricated with solid lubricants are to be researched.
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Priority Programme 2045: Highly Specific Multidimensional Fractionation of Technical Fine Particle Systems (PP 2045 „MehrDimPart“)
In the Priority Program 2045, existing methods of particle technology will be further devel-oped and new approaches will be identified and implemented in order to solve complex separation tasks for multidimensionally distributed particle systems of the present and, above all, of the future.
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Priority Programme 2013: Targeted use of forming-induced residual stresses in metallic component (PP 2013)
The aim of this priority program is to develop the scientific basis for assessing and enabling the targeted use of residual stresses induced by forming technology in metallic compo-nents.
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Priority Programme 2006: Alloys with Complex Composition – High Entropy Alloys (CCA – HEA) (PP 2006)
The coordination project deals with alloys associated with complex composition
and high entropy.
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Priority Programme 1980: Nanoparticle Synthesis in Spray Flames SpraySyn: Measurement, Simulation, Processes (PP 1980 SpraySyn)
The goal of the priority program is to achieve a fundamental understanding and theoretical modeling of the entire flame spray process in an interdisciplinary network.
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Priority Programme 1934: Dispersity, structure and phase changes of proteins and biological agglomerates in biotechnological processes (PP 1934)
The aim of the project funded by the German Research Foundation is to investigate dispersity, structure and phase changes of proteins and biological agglomerates in biotechnological processes. An interdisciplinary network within the priority programme is available for this purpose. Finally, the storage stability of protein-based emulsions and thus the product quality can be positively influenced by adapted stress-minimised processing.
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Priority Programme 1713: Strongly coupled thermo-chemical and thermo-mechanical states in applied materials (PP 1713)
The objective of the overall programme is to establish a new paradigm of physics-based material modelling that integrates the influence of process history and external chemical-mechanical stress and is applicable to optimise the production, properties and lifetime of applied materials for a sustainable economy. This will be demonstrated on two technologically important material classes, metals and polymers. Cross-fertilisation of the different approaches and material models used is also envisaged.
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Priority Programme 1679: Dynamic simulation of networked solid processes (PP 1679)
The central objective of the priority programme was to create numerical tools for dynamic simulation of networked solid processes. For this purpose, physically based, dynamic models of various apparatuses and processes in solids process engineering must be formulated and implemented. Experimental investigations and numerical experiments with CFD and DEM methods were carried out to formulate the models.
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