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Back-coupling of fibre orientation on flow of sedimenting fibre suspensions: statistical modelling and experimental validation. (Anders Dahlkild)

Period: 2009-01-01 - 2011-12-31

The aim of the project is to study and enhance the understanding of the two-way coupling between the orientation state of the suspension and the average flow field. The project is focused on » more
Biocatalysts for material design - BIOMADE (Professor Eva Malmström Jonsson)

Period: 2005-06-01 - 2008-06-30

In-vitro enzyme catalysis (biocatalysis) is receiving increased attention and is expected to play a major role in future material preparation since it functions under mild conditions with often » more
Configuration and morphology of recycled polymers (Professor Sigbritt Karlsson)

Period: 2004-09-01 - 2008-08-30

The project aims at investigating the cause of configurational and morphological changes in recycled polymers. The recycled polymers are materials common in packaging and electronic waste, primarily » more
Corrosion on plastics (Professor Mikael Hedenqvist)

Period: 2003-01-01 - 2008-12-31

In industry polymeric materials are to a large extent used in process components such as pipes and cisterns, especially in corrosive environments in which metals cannot be used. Often-used plastics » more
Design of antimicrobial polymers for medical devices (Professor Sigbritt Karlsson)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2011-12-31

The project aims to develop new polymeric materials for medical use (e.g.: urinary catheters, tracheostomy tubes etc.) which slowly release antimicrobial agents as a function of time in order to avoid » more
Development of relevant methods to characterize the properties of thin layers of cellulose and polymeric additives (Professor Lars Wågberg)

Period: 2002-02-01

The objective of the project is to find methods for determining:
a) Softness of formed layers measured as surface modulus and viscosity of the formed layers
b) Adsorbed amount and thickness of » more
Failure criterion for fibre/fibre joints in self-binding fibre composite materials (Professor Sören Östlund)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2012-12-31

The mechanical behaviour of self-binding fibre composite materials such as paperboard is strongly dependent on the mechanical properties of the fibres and the fibre/fibre joints. In wood fibres for » more
Fibre based composite films - Sustainpack (Professor Mikael Hedenqvist)

Period: 2004-07-01 - 2008-07-01

The purpose of this EU-funded project is to establish fibre-based packaging as the dominant player in the packaging area within a decade. It will achieve this by applying nanotechnology solutions to » more
Fibre flow mechanisms (Ulf Björkman)

Flow phenomena in flocculated fibre suspensions have been investigated. Instruments meeting the special requirements for investigating these substances have been constructed, e.g. a linear shear » more
Flame-retardant plastic insulation surrounding conductor rails in connection boxes (Professor Ulf Gedde)

Period: 2005-01-10 - 2007-07-10

Plastic insulation parts in connection boxes were identified as a potential source for fire initiation. This comes unsurprisingly, as the polymers used in such devices have to withstand harsh » more
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