The European Technical Committee for the Standardization of Advanced Technical Ceramics (CEN/TC 184) invites you to a day of technical exchanges.
As industrial actor or researcher organization this day is organized for you.
Presented European H2020 research projects:
IL TROVATORE | HI-TRACE | C3HARME
You can find further information in the flyer .
The Hi-TRACE project is composed of four work packages, one for each thermophysical property: thermal diffusivity (WP1), specific heat (WP2), emissivity & temperature of fusion (WP3), thermal contact resistance (WP4).
A lot has happened since project kick-off. For all interested we wrote down everything in a newsletter.
Here are a few keywords:
You can find these and other research highlights, as well as the Scientific and industrial impacts of the project our newsletter .
The Hi-TRACE consortium meet in London (UK) at NPL in December 2019 for discussing the progress of the project. Additionally, an advisory board took place at NPL at the same time in order for efficient consideration of industrial needs within the project.
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The Hi-TRACE consortium meet in Belgrade (Serbia) at VINCA in April 2019 for discussing the progress of the project and for establishing a detailed work schedule for the next working period.
Additionally, the next meeting of the advisory board in December 2019 has been organized. Interested companies are still welcome to join the advisory board and to participate in the meeting.
The project started in July 2018 with a kick-off meeting in Paris (France) at LNE. Hi-TRACE project is looking for industrial stakeholders to participate to an advisory board, once a year.
The project will establish new methods for characterising the thermophysical properties of any solid material up to 3000 °C, and launch a network of reference facilities and materials available to industry. By supporting reliable measurement practices, this project will improve the understanding of high-temperature materials and enable industries such as the aeronautics and energy sectors to develop novel and innovative materials)