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Advanced Hybrid Mechatronic Materials for ultra precise and high performance machining systems design

 
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The Consortium Partners: Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU)


The faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the CTU in Prague is a basic element in the system of education and research in the Czech Republic. It has a very old tradition, as a direct descendant of the Engineering School in Prague, the first of its type in Central Europe, founded as early as 1707.

The Department of Materials Engineering is one of the leading departments in the Faculty and highly reputable in the Czech Republic. It covers a whole range of metallic, polymeric and composite materials in modern mechanical engineering. It develops the theoretical concept of relationships between material properties and its internal structure. Research facilities are focused on optimisation of end-use properties and diagnostics of materials as a basis for life-cycle design in the machining industry. The Department has specific skills in the study of precipitation and recrystallization processes in steels, aluminium alloys and model alloys, degradation processes and fracture behaviour of metallic materials, properties of microalloyed steels, mutual relationships among structure, processing condition, deformation and fracture behaviour of polymeric materials and composites.

In the HYMM project, CTU's role is the investigation and research of basic materials, Life Cycle Analysis, and material tests.

For more information about CTU visit www.fsid.cvut.cz/en/
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This project is funded by the European Commission, under the 6th Framework Program
for Research, Technological Development and Demonstration.
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