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Formation of particles during long time ageing and their influence on mechanical properties in stainless steels (Professor Rolf Sandström)

Period: 2006-07-01 - 2009-12-31

Since the use of renewable fuels such as biofuels is frequently associated with serious corrosion problems, gradually more highly alloyed materials are employed. This applies for example to components » more
Fracture toughness of duplex stainless steels for pressure vessel (Professor Rolf Sandström)

Period: 2004-01-01 - 2007-07-01

The work has been part of a European project (ECOPRESS) on failure properties of high strength steels, which was completed in 2003.

The present part of the project has included fracture » more
Future EGR systems for clean combustion (Professor Hans-Erik Ångström)

Period: 2007-04-16 - 2011-10-15

Combustion engines are today the most common engine type in the transportation sector. They will stay on top for a while, so it is important to decrease the impact they have on environment and human » more
HERO-M: Hierarchic Engineering of Industrial Materials (Professor John Ågren)

Period: 2007-04-01 - 2016-03-31

The HERO-M centre at KTH is one of 15 VINN Excellence Centres that VINNOVA and participating partners have started during 2007 Within the HERO-M centre the performance of industrially relevant » more
High-temperature corrosion and catalysed gas reactions (Gunnar Hultquist)

Molecular, ionic and electronic transport properties in oxides are of profound importance for a number of characteristics, including their ability to resist degradation in chemically aggressive » more
Higher-order finite difference methods for DNS/LES in complex geometries (Professor Dan Henningson)



  Period: 1999-01-01

The aim of this project is to perform direct numerical simulations (DNS) of turbulent flow phenomena in complex geometries. A so far unique discretisation method of the incompressible Navier-Stokes » more
Human musculoskeletal biomechanics: motion analysis, modelling and simulation (Elena Gutierrez Farewik)

Period: 2004-03-01 - 2008-03-01

This multidisciplinary project aims to better understand the function and structure of the musculoskeletal system during normal and pathological gait and movements, as well as to evaluate and predict » more
Hygromechanics of wood composites (Professor Lars Berglund)

Period: 2004-06-01 - 2008-05-31

Wood is an anisotropic material with complex structure. Theoretical models therefore tend to be very complex. If the number of material parameters involved becomes too large, the physical insight » more
Improved tolerances and mechanical properties of round bars of SiMn-spring steel with interstand cooling (Professor Stefan Jonsson)

Period: 2004-01-01 - 2007-12-31

The aim of the present project is to develop a model to simulate and identify critical conditions for groove rolling with increased temperature gradient over the cross-section, and a model to predict » more
In situ tensile testing of human aortas by time-resolved small angle X-ray scattering (Professor Gerhard Holzapfel)

Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) have become a worldwide issue. In the so-called "developed countries" the situation is particularly alarming, as CVDs account for around half of the total deaths. The » more
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