In addition to our daily work including research and development projects with our customers, we also participate in own research activities. This helps us to continuously improve our technologies and our expertise and also to implement our own product ideas.
(Source: Siemens Energy AG)
High Temperature Applications 2.0
as part of the Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science
The energy industry is currently facing a major change. The sustainable use of existing natural resourcesIt has become important in the field of stable and economical energy supply. The optimization of existing systems and processes can make an important contribution for this issue.
In the project project “High Temperature Applications 2.0”, novel concepts are developed using additive manufacturing technology and taking advantage of the resulting design freedom with a focus on gas turbine applications. The development work is carried out through extensive research activities in a large network of 9 partners as part of the Berlin Innovation Campus Werner-von-Siemens Centre for Industry and Science .
In the research cooperation CellCore focusses on the following subject areas
- Understanding of additively manufactured materials, such as the relationships between part geometrie, processing and microstructure,
- Simulation of the manufacturing process, as well as
- Development of highly efficient cooling structures and concepts with the help of simulation-driven designs that are not technically feasible with conventional manufacturing processes.
|This project is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).|