Nadia Project

New Automotive components Designed for and manufactured by Intelligent processing of light Alloys

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The objective of NADIA project has been the improvement of the competitiveness of European companies of the automotive components field.
Through a collective activity of research and development, along a working chain that comprises research and designing groups, material engineering and development of manufacturing processes, new multifunctional light alloys were developed through the employment of advanced nano-micro technologies.
Noteworthy has been the development of new aluminum-based nanocomposites for the manufacturing of wear resistant coatings with suitable thermal conductivity.


Participants

  1. Enginsoft SpA, Italy
  2. CRF - Centro Ricerche Fiat- Italy
  3. Daimler AG DC - Germany
  4. Hydro Aluminium - Norway
  5. Raffineria Metalli Capra - Italy
  6. Teksid Aluminum - Italy
  7. TOOLCAST - Italy
  8. ABAMOTOR Energía - Spain
  9. MAGMA GmbH - Germany
  10. Foundrysoft - Sweden
  11. University of Trondheim - Norway
  12. DTG - University of Padova - Italy
  13. Inst. Podstawowych Problemów Techniki - Poland
  14. Helsinki University of Technology - Finland
  15. SINTEF - Norway
  16. Fundación Tekniker - Spain
  17. MBN nanomaterialia SpA - Italy
  18. MATFEM - Germany
  19. Thermico - Germany
  20. LPM - Italy
  21. IMPERIA - Germany
  22. Autokomp Ingeniería S.A. - Spain
  23. FORD - Germany
  24. University of Jönköping - Sweden
  25. University of Aachen - Germany
  26. INGUS AB - Sweden


More info:

cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/79903_en.html