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New materials for energy systems newmat lighthouse innodriver

NEW MATERIALS FOR ENERGY SYSTEMS

NewMat

Lighthouse InnoDriver

co-ordinator: Prof. Aleksandra Czyrska- Filemonowicz

deputy: Dr Beata Dubiel

project manager: Paulina Pytel

Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Materials Science

& International Centre of Electron Microscopy for Materials ScienceAGH University of Science and TechnologyKraków, Poland

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Outline

Outline:

Partners

Idea and context

Way and time to market

Work Packages: Innovation, Research & Technology, Education

Expected results, Products

Present status and plan for 2011

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Partners from 5 CCs:

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Partners from 5 CCs

CC Benelux

CC Sweden

UU

KTH

ABB

CC Poland Plus

AGH-UST

UJ

BZF

RAFAKO

CC Iberia

IST

EDP

CC Germany

IFK

CC Alps Valley

INP

EDF

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Idea and context

NewMat project concerns the implementation of new materialsfor enhancement of the existing- and introduction of innovative technologies of energy production.

New materials with improved properties will increase performance and efficiency of clean energy production, but also contribute to cost savings.

NewMat offers complex multi-disciplinary research, technology and education based on horizontal- and visionary concepts to solve the materials’ problems defined by industry.

The expected outcomes include new products launched to the market and new business creation.

Finally, the plan for the future business exploitation the results will be developed.


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Stage 1

(2010-2013)

Stage 2

(2014-2017)

New materials

in pilot components

/plants

Design

Verification

Characterisation

New materials

Demonstration

Modelling

Application

Optimisation

Way and time to market

In general, medium-term commercialization isexpected; some rapid commercialization is possible.

Duration of the result from the project to reach the market is defined for each WP


Work packages innovation r t education

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WORK PACKAGES(Innovation, R&T, Education):

WP0: Market analysis and business opportunities

WP1: Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuelpower plants

WP2: Advanced materials for clean coal technologies

WP3: Materials for nuclear power plants(HTR, LWR)

WP4: Materials for renewable energy storage and conversion systems (fuel cells, Li-ion batteries, photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells)

WP5: Membranes for energy production

WP6: Smart grids materials

WP7: Development of characterisation and modelling methods of power

plant components made from innovative materials

WP8: Education on materials for energy systems

WP9: Project Coordination and Promotion

WP10: Exploitation Plan

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Wp0 market analysis and business opportunities

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WP0 Market analysis and business opportunities

WP0 leader: AGH-UST (Dr Tomasz Moskalewicz)

WP0 force:

  • UJ, IFK, KTH, UU, IST, INP (Education),

  • ABB, EDP, EDF, RAFAKO (Industry),

  • BZF (Research)

    Task 0.1. Market survey (global, EU or Local markets); markets sizing, potential customers definition, suppliers, entry barriers,competitors analysis;AGH-UST, ALL

    Task 0.2. Legal and regulatory issues; AGH-UST, ALL

    Task 0.3. Internal analysis of capabilities and resources; AGH-UST, ALL

  • Outcome of a market survey:

  • Economic impact

  • Portfolio of business opportunities

  • Internal development capabilities plan

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WP0 Market analysis and business opportunities

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WP1-6: Research & Technology

WP1 Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuel power plants

WP2  Advanced materials for clean coal technologies

WP3  Materials for nuclear power plants

WP4  Materials for renewable energy storage and conversion systems (fuel cells, Li-ion batteries, photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells)

WP5  Membranes for energy production

WP6  Smart grids materials

The market watchfor development of materials for energy systems will be done

together with an internal analysis of the evolution of business opportunities

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WP1 Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuel power plants

WP1 leader: AGH-UST (Prof. Aleksandra Czyrska-Filemonowicz)

WP1 force:

  • AGH-UST, IFK, UU (Education)

  • EDF, RAFAKO (Industry)

    Task 1.1. Development of modified martensitic 9-12% Cr steels with improved creep- and oxidation

    resistance; AGH-UST, EDF

    Task 1.2. Design and characterization of new Ni-base superalloys to replace 9-12% Cr steels in advanced

    steam turbines at ultra-supercritical conditions; AGH-UST, EDF

    Task 1.3. Impact of deposits on corrosion mechanisms and material resistance (flue gas side) by laboratory

    and field exposure tests. Variable coal qualities, material temperatures (600 -650 °C), gas components

    (SO2, HCl, O2, H2O…); IFK, EDF

    Task 1.4. Design of functional surfaces and coatings for reduction of emissions from fossil fuel plants, UU,

    AGH-UST, EDF

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WP1 Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuel power plants

  • WP1 is focused on new materials with improved creep- and oxidation resistance:

  • new (modified) martensitic 9-12% Cr steels (with/without coatings), austenitic steels,

  • Ni-base superalloys.

  • The research activities will cover:

    • characterisation of micro/nanostructure and properties of new materials,

    • tailoring materials’ microstructure for desired properties.

    • design by modelling and processing of new materials (steels, superalloys,coatings,…),

    • optimisation, verification, application

  • WP1 Products

  • Modified martensitic steels with 100 000 hour rupture strength of 100 MPa at 650°C(month 24); AGH-UST

  • New Ni-based superalloys tailored to reduce their thermal expansion coefficients to the level of 12% Cr steels(month 30); AGH-UST

  • New Ni-base superalloys with increased tensile strength in temperature range 20-700°C,(month 36); AGH-UST

  • Results of fire side oxide scale formation and corrosion resistance tests of modified new martensitic 9-12% Cr steels and Ni-base superalloys (month 22); IFK

  • Functional coatings and surface design for optimized oxidation and mechanical properties (month 36); UU

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Wp2 advanced materials for clean coal technologies

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WP2Advanced materials for clean coal technologies

WP2 leader: IFK (Jorg Maier, MSc.)

WP2 force:

  • IFK, AGH-UST, UU (Education)

    Task 2.1. Characterization of single crystal nickel-base superalloys, both with and withoutcoatings, for

    combined gas turbine-steam cycle, using routine and advanced analytical techniques; AGH-UST

    Task 2.2. Identification of damage and degradation mechanisms of the new alloys and coating systems  for

    turbine blades exposed in coal syngas; AGH-UST

    Task 2.3. Novel membrane materials; UU, AGH-UST

    Task 2.4. Field and laboratory material exposure test to evaluate carburization effects in and below the

    oxide scales and the role of hard coal and lignite related deposits; IFK, AGH-UST

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WP2Advanced materials for clean coal technologies

  • WP2 is focused on:

  • characterization of materials for combined gas turbine - steam cycle using routine and advanced analytical techniques,

  • identification of damage and degradation mechanisms of the new materials exposed in coal syngas, oxyfuel, post combustion and other technologies,

  • membrane materials for CO2 separation in coal gasification combined cycle.

  • WP2 Products

  • Identification of damage and degradation mechanisms of the new materials exposed in coal syngas environment (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Availability and testing of temperature controlled material exposure probe (prototype) (month 36); IFK

  • Advanced material development by laboratory and field exposure tests (month 36); IFK

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Wp3 materials for nuclear power plants htr lwr

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WP3 Materials for nuclear power plants (HTR, LWR)

WP3 leader: INP (Prof. Yves Brechet)

WP3 force:

  • INP, AGH-UST, UU (Education)

  • EDF (Industry)

    Task 3.1. Microstructure and creep properties examination of martensitic - and ODS steels for application

    at supercritical water environment in Low Temperature Water-cooled Reactors (LWR); INP, AGH-UST,EDF

    Task 3.2. Improving capabilities of advanced materials for Intermediate Heat Exchangers (IHX) system in

    nuclear reactors; INP, AGH-UST

    Task 3.3. Investigation of helium bubble formation (He embrittlement/swelling, creep) in Ni-base

    superalloys for High Temperature Reactors (HTR); INP, AGH-UST

    Task 3.4.Development of high temperature, corrosion resistant surface and materials, UU, AGH-UST, INP

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WP3 Materials for nuclear power plants (HTR, LWR)

  • Potential degradation mechanisms for nuclear power plant components include irradiation embrittlement, void swelling and irradiation creep- and stress corrosion cracking.

  • High temperature reactors (HTR):

  • helium bubble formation (He embrittlement/swelling, creep) in Ni-base alloys,

  • improving capabilities of advanced oxide dispersion strengthened (ODS) alloys for heat exchangers

  • modified 9-12% Cr martensitic steels

  • Low temperature water cooled reactors (LWR) require qualification of materials that experience bothelevated temperature and radiation exposure and survive the hostile supercritical water environment:

  • 9-12% Cr martensitic steels

  • low- swelling variants of austenitic stainless steels,

  • ODS steels.

  • WP3 Products:

  • Determination of corrosion mechanisms of ODS alloys (month 24); AGH-UST

  • Determination of creep resistance and creep mechanisms of new materials for nuclear power plants

  • (month 36); AGH-UST

  • 3. Model of swelling in relation with the presence of intrinsic sinks such as martensite laths (month 36); AGH-UST, INP

  • 4. Alternative graded materials for combined oxidation/creep resistance(month 36); UU, AGH-UST, INP

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WP4Materials for renewable energy storage and conversion systems (fuel cells, Li-on batteries, photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells)

WP4 leader: AGH- UST (Prof. Janina Molenda)

WP4 force:

  • AGH-UST, UJ, UU, IST (Education)

Task 4.1. Materials for high efficiency fuel cells

Sub-task 4.1.1. Development of intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells (IT-SOFCs) which may operate with liquid fuels (hydrocarbons, methanol); AGH-UST, UJ, EDF

Sub-task4.1.2. Improvement of oxidation resistance of metal interconnects for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Power System; AGH-UST, IST, EDF

Sub-task 4.1.3. Development of new fuel cells electrodes for DMFC; IST, EDF

Task 4.2. Materials for high energy density Li-ion batteries

Sub-task 4.2.1. Development of safe and efficient electrode materials for safe energy storage systems based on Li-ion batteries for high power application; UJ, AGH-UST

Sub-task 4.2.2. Development of “paper battery”; UU

Task 4.3. Materials for solar energy conversion

Sub-task 4.3.1. Materials for photo-electrochemical solar cell (PEC); AGH-UST, EDF

Sub-task 4.3.2. Materials for photovoltaics

Sub-task 4.3.2. a. Materials and structures for photovoltaic; AGH-UST

Sub-task 4.3.2. b. Materials for solar energy control; AGH-UST

Sub-task 4.3.2. c. Materials for photosensitized solar energy conversion; UJ, AGH-UST

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WP4Materials for renewable energy storage and conversion systems (fuel cells, Li-on batteries, photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells)

  • Development of materials for renewable energy is needed for better use of natural resources in production of green power. The investigation of innovative materials involve:

  • materials for high efficiency fuel cells (SOFC)

  • materials for high energy density Li- ion batteries

  • materials for solar energy conversion

SOFC

Li-ion batteries

Photovoltaics

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WP4Materials for renewable energy storage and conversion systems(fuel cells, Li-on batteries, photovoltaics, photoelectrochemical cells)

WP4 Main Products

1. Functional ceria electrolyte for IT-SOFC (month 12); AGH-UST

2. Development of anode materials (based on CeO2) active for hydrocarbons for IT-SOFC (month 20); UJ

3. Improved perovskite cathode material for IT-SOFC (month 24); AGH-UST

4. Development of an optimal method of deposition of rare-earth element oxides on interconnectors (month 36); AGH-UST

5. New spinel coatings with improved lifetime (month 36); IST

6. New materials for fuel cells DMFC (month 36); IST

7. Development of safe and efficient cathode materials based on transition metal compounds for Li-ion batteries (month 12); AGH-UST

8. Development of anode materials based on tin or silicon for Li-ion batteries– materials optimization (month 24); UJ

9. Development of safe, high performance electrode nanocomposites for Li-ion batteries taking advantage of CCL innovation (30 month); UJ, AGH-UST

10. Development of safe, high capacity, paper and polymer based cathode materials for Li ion batteries (month 24); UU

11. New materials based on TiO2 for electrodes in PEC (month 12); AGH-UST

12. Demonstration of the effective photo-electrochemical cell (PEC) for water splitting (month 36); AGH-UST

13. Determination of the optimal manufacturing procedure for the solar electrode on the production scale (month 36); AGH-UST

14. Demonstration of solar cell prototype of enhanced efficiency (month 15); AGH-UST

15. Demonstration of solar control system (month 24); AGH-UST

16. Demonstration of unified system of photovoltaic & solar control (month 36); AGH-UST

17. Determination of optimal formulations and working conditions for photocatalytic and photovoltaic applications(month 36); UJ, AGH-UST

18. Patent application on optimized synthesis of photoactive materials/coatings(month 36); UJ, AGH-UST

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Wp5 membranes for sustainable energy devices

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WP5 Membranes for sustainable energy devices

WP5 leader: IST (Prof. Joao Moura Bordado)

WP5 force:

  • IST, IFK, UU (Education)

  • EDP, EDF (Industry)

    Task 5.1. Development of new polymeric membranes; IST

    Task 5.2. Materials for energy generation from biomass and bio-residues; IFK, EDF

    Task 5.3. Low friction surfaces and materials for energy efficiency; UU

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WP5 Membranes for sustainable energy devices

  • The investigation and development of new membranes will results in their application in sustainable energy systems

  • WP5 Products:

  • New process for membranes production and report on correlations for permeability (month 35); IST

  • New macromolecular structures for the selective layer(month 36);IST

  • Materials for energy generation from biomass and bio-residues; IFK, EDF

  • Low friction surfaces and materials for energy efficiency; UU

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Wp6 smart grids materials

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WP6 Smart grids materials

WP6 leader: BZF

WP6 force:

  • AGH-UST (Education)

  • EDF (Industry)

  • BZF (Research)

    Task 6.1. New nanomaterials for gas sensors; AGH-UST

    Task 6.2. Development of carbon fiber reinforced Al-matrix composites for electric cables; BZF

    Task 6.3. Materials with high dielectric permittivity; EDF

    Task 6.4. Anisotropic materials and functionally graded materials; UU, KTH, ABB

    Task 6.5. New nanomaterials for gas sensors; AGH-UST

    Task 6.6. Development of carbon fiber reinforced Al-matrix composites for electric cables; BZF

    Task 6.7. Materials with high dielectric permittivity; EDF

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WP6 Smart grids materials

The project area focuses on materials designed for the future smart grid and storage technologies that facilitate step-changes in performance and life time of components.

  • WP6 Products:

  • 1. Development, processing and characterisation of new nanomaterials for gas sensors (month 36); AGH-UST

  • 2. The successful penetration of the space between the carbon fibers by liquid Al (month 12); BZF

  • 3. Successful transfer of carbon fibers from molten salt into liquid Al (month 24); BZF

  • 4. Laboratory prototype (month 36); BZF

  • 5. Determination of microscopic and nanometric properties of nanocomposites with high dielectric response (month 36); EDF

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WP7Development of characterisation-and modelling methods of components made from innovative materials

WP7 leader: AGH-UST (Dr Beata Dubiel)

WP7 force:

  • AGH-UST, UU, INP (Education)

  • EDF (Industry)

    Task 7.1. Development of analytical electron microscopymethods for characterisation of materials for energy systems; AGH-UST, EDF

    Task 7.2. Development of electron tomography methods for 3D quantitative characterisation of materials microstructure; AGH-UST

    Task 7.3. DFT modelling of novel material concepts; UU

    Task 7.4. Microstructure based creep modelling of ODS steels; INP, AGH-UST

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WP7Development of characterisation-and modelling methods of components made from innovative materials

  • New methods of characterization- and modellingaddress:

  • microstructural characterization down to a nano-scale,

  • measurements of desired properties,

  • modelling,

  • monitoring

  • life-time prediction.

  • WP7 Products:

  • Protocols of quantitative microstructural analysis by means of analytical electron microscopy (month 12); AGH-UST

  • Procedures of quantitative mapping of materials’ chemical composition in micro- and nano scale by STEM-EDS and STEM-EELS methods (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Elaboration of procedures of electron tomography for 3D quantitative microstructural analysis of nanoparticles (month 24); AGH-UST

  • DFT models connected to analytical electron microscopy and combinatorial design; UU

  • Method for coupling intergranular and intragranular creep with cavity growth in order to predict the creep curve as a function of the microstructure (month 36); INP, AGH-UST

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Wp8 education on materials for energy systems

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WP8Education on materials for energy systems

WP8 leader: AGH-UST (Prof. Aleksandra Czyrska-Filemonowicz)

WP8 force:

  • AGH-UST, UJ, IFK, KTH, UU, IST, INP (Education)

  • ABB, EDP, EDF, RAFAKO (Industry)

  • BZF (Research)

    Task 8.1. Joint PhD students investigating new materials for clean energy systems; ALL

    Task 8.2. Teachers and students mobility; ALL

    Task 8.3. Industry-driven professional courses and students practices; ALL

    Task 8.4. Course program on innovation and entrepreneurship within materials; ALL

    Task 8.5. Workshop on smart materials for hydrogen and renewable energy; AGH-UST

    Task 8.6. Summer schools on recent and future developments in innovative materials and technologies

    for clean energy; AGH-UST, ALL

    Task 8.7. Academia and industry driven Workshops on Sustainable Energy; AGH-UST, ALL

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WP8Education on materials for energy systems

  • WP8 Products:

  • 3 PhD students starting in 2011:

  • - 1 PhD student started at CC Poland Plus (AGH-UST; Prof. Czyrska-Filemonowicz)

  • and CC Alps Valleys (INP, Prof. Brechet)

  • - 1 industry-driven PhD (RAFAKO, AGH-UST and ?)

  • - 1 PhD research in negociation

  • 2. 10 students/year inserted in the labour market

  • Knowledge dissemination:

  • 3. SET Plan Workshop on Smart Materials for Hydrogen and Renewable Energy,

  • 29-30.11.2011, Waszawa; AGH-UST (Prof. J. Molenda)

  • 4. Summer School on Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuel power plants

  • (month 20); AGH-UST, ALL

  • Workshop on Meso-, micro- and nanostructure characterisation of innovative materials for

  • clean energy(month 30); AGH-UST, ALL

  • 6. Summer Schools and industry - driven Workshopson recent/future development in

  • innovative materials for clean energy

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Wp9 project coordination and promotion

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WP9Project Coordination and Promotion

WP9 leader: AGH-UST (Prof. Aleksandra Czyrska- Filemonowicz)

WP9 force:

  • AGH-UST, UJ, IFK, KTH, UU, IST, INP (Education)

  • ABB, EDP, EDF, RAFAKO (Industry)

  • BZF (Research)

    Task 9.1. Coordination of the NewMat project; AGH-UST

    Task 9.2. Organisation of the annual meetings; AGH-UST

    Task 9.3. Organisation of the Governance Board meetings; AGH-UST

    Task 9.3. Promotion of the NewMat project; AGH-UST

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W p 10 exploitation plan

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WP 10 Exploitation plan

WP10 leader: AGH-UST (Dr Tomasz Moskalewicz)

WP10 force:

  • AGH-UST, UJ, IFK, KTH, UU, IST, INP (Education)

  • ABB, EDP, EDF, RAFAKO (Industry)

  • BZF (Research)

    In order to commercialize and exploit the business opportunity of demonstration andapplication of New Materialsin pilot components/plants,

    business models and business plans for:technology,product,service, new ventures, will be defined.

    Task 10.1. Preparation of business models and business plans for

    technology/product/service for WP1-WP7; AGH-UST, ALL

    Task 10.2. Preparation of patent applications; AGH-UST, ALL

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Schedule 2011

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SCHEDULE 2011

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SCHEDULE 2011

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SCHEDULE 2011

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Workpackage organization

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WORKPACKAGE ORGANIZATION

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Budget 2011 distribution per partners vs organization type

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BUDGET 2011 DISTRIBUTION PER PARTNERS (vs. ORGANIZATION TYPE)

ORGANIZATION TYPE

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BUDGET 2011 DISTRIBUTION PER PARTNERS (vs. PARTNER STATUS)

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Expected products proposal

EXPECTED PRODUCTS (proposal):

  • Number of patents - 2

  • Number of products and services launched on the market – 7

  • Number of new companies – 2

  • Number of students inserted in the labour market per year – 10

  • Number of formal partners – 10

  • Number of technology transfer activities – 2

  • Number of PhD theses – 3

  • Number of scientific papers -25

  • Number of schools/workshops – 10

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Project summary – market data

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Open issues

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OPEN ISSUES

  • New industrial partner (RAFAKO) will be introduced.

  • RAFAKO will be involved in:

    • WP1; new task to be elaborated

    • WP8: joint industry-driven PhD thesis

    • WP9 and WP10

  • Update of WP6 on Smart Grid Materials:

  • due to complementary project realised by CC Sweden.

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Main products

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MAIN PRODUCTS

WP1

  • Modified martensitic steels with 100 000 hour rupture strength of 100 MPa at 650°C (month 24); AGH-UST

  • New Ni-based superalloys tailored to reduce their thermal expansion coefficients to the level of 12Cr steels(month 30); AGH-UST

  • New Ni-base superalloys with increased tensile strength in temperature range 20 - 700°C, (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Results of fire side oxide scale formation and corrosion resistance tests of modified new martensitic 9-12% Cr steels and Ni-base superalloys (month 22); IFK

  • Functional coatings and surface design for optimized oxidation and mechanical properties (month 36); UU

    WP2

  • Identification of damage and degradation mechanisms of the new materials exposed in coal syngas environment (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Availability and testing of temperature controlled material exposure probe (prototype) (month 36); IFK

  • Advanced material developments by laboratory and field exposure tests (month 36); IFK

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WP3

  • Determination of corrosion mechanisms of ODS alloys (month 24); AGH-UST

  • Determination of creep resistance and creep mechanisms of new materials for nuclear power plants (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Model of swelling in relation with the presence of intrinsic sinks such as martensite laths (month 36); AGH-UST, INP

  • Alternative graded materials for combined oxidation/creep resistance (month 36); UU, AGH-UST, INP

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KIC InnoEnergy | CC Poland Plus Thematic Meeting, 11-12.04.2011

WP4

  • Functional ceria electrolyte for IT-SOFC (month 12); AGH-UST

  • Development of anode materials (based on CeO2) active for hydrocarbons for IT-SOFC (month 20); UJ

  • Improved perovskite cathode material for IT-SOFC (month 24); AGH-UST

  • Development of an optimal method of deposition of rare-earth element oxides on interconnectors (month 36); AGH-UST

  • New spinel coatings with improved lifetime (month 36); IST

  • New materials for fuel cells DMFC (month 36); IST

  • Development of safe and efficient cathode materials based on transition metal compounds for Li-ion batteries (month 12); AGH-UST

  • Development of anode materials based on tin or silica for Li-ion batteries– materials optimization (month 24); UJ

  • Development of safe, high performance electrode nanocomposites for Li-ion batteries taking advantage of CCL innovation (30 month); AGH-UST

  • Optimal chemical composition of the electrode materials and nanocomposites for safe and high power Li-ion batteries (month 36); AGH-UST, UJ

  • Development of safe, high capacity, paper and polymer based cathode materials for Li ion batteries (month 24); UU

  • Demonstration of the effective photo-electrochemical cell (PEC) for water splitting (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Demonstration of solar cell prototype of enhanced efficiency ( month 15); AGH-UST

  • Demonstration of solar control system (month 24); AGH-UST

  • Demonstration of unified system of photovoltaic & solar control ( month 36); AGH-UST

  • Determination of optimal formulations and working conditions for photocatalytic and photovoltaic applications (month 36); UJ, AGH-UST

  • Patent application on optimized synthesis of photoactive materials/coatings (month 36); UJ, AGH-UST

New Materials for Energy Systems- NewMat


New materials for energy systems newmat lighthouse innodriver

KIC InnoEnergy | CC Poland Plus Thematic Meeting, 11-12.04.2011

WP5

  • New process for membranes production and report on correlations for permeability (month 35); IST

  • New macromolecular structures for the selective layer (month 36);IST

  • Materials for energy generation from biomass and bio-residues; IFK, EDF

  • Low friction surfaces and materials for energy efficiency; UU

    WP6

  • Development, processing and characterisation of new nanomaterials for gas sensors (month 36); AGH-UST

  • The successful penetration of the space between the carbon fibers by liquid Al (month 12); BZF

  • The successful transfer of carbon fibers from molten salt into liquid Al (month 24); BZF

  • Laboratory prototype (month 36); BZF

  • Determination of microscopic and nanometric properties of nanocomposites with high dielectric response (month 36); EDF

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KIC InnoEnergy | CC Poland Plus Thematic Meeting, 11-12.04.2011

WP7

  • Protocols of quantitative microstructural analysis by means of analytical electron microscopy (month 12); AGH-UST

  • Procedures of quantitative mapping of materials’ chemical composition in micro- and nano scale by STEM-EDS and STEM-EELS methods (month 36); AGH-UST

  • Elaboration of procedures of electron tomography for 3D quantitative microstructural analysis of nanoparticles (month 24); AGH-UST

  • DFT models connected to analytical electron microscopy and combinatorial design; UU

  • Method for coupling intergranular and intragranular creep with cavity growth in order to predict the creep curve as a function of the microstructure (month 36); INP, AGH-UST

    WP8

  • Summer School on Materials for high efficiency „zero-emission” fossil fuel power plants (month 20); AGH-UST, ALL

  • Workshop on Smart materials for hydrogen and renewable energy(month 11); AGH-UST

  • Workshop on meso-, micro- and nanostructure characterisation of innovative materials for clean energy(month 30); AGH-UST, ALL

  • Workshop on Smart materials for hydrogen and renewable energy(month 11);AGH-UST

New Materials for Energy Systems- NewMat


New materials for energy systems newmat lighthouse innodriver

KIC InnoEnergy | CC Poland Plus Thematic Meeting, 11-12.04.2011

WP10

  • Bussiness model and plan for demonstration and application of new materials for energy systems (month 16); AGH-UST

  • Patent application (month 12); AGH-UST

  • Patent application (month 36); AGH-UST

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