Partners

Publications

Multifunctional Luminescent Platforms for Dual-sensing

Thermometry at the Nanoscale: Techniques and Selected Applications Royal Society of Chemistry, UK, pp 493-507

Enhancing the sensitivity of poly(methyl methacrylate) based optical fiber Bragg grating temperature sensors

https://www.osapublishing.org/ol/abstract.cfm?uri=ol-40-17-4046

Polymer optical fiber grating as water activity sensor

http://dx.doi.org./10.1117/12.2054207

Partners

 SAFUEL partners

The SAFUEL consortium is comprised of 13 participants representing 7 countries within Europe:Aston lab

  • 2 Industrial Organisations (ZODIAC, AI-UK)
  • 3 Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs): NEDAERO (NL), TMQ (FR) and ARTTIC (FR)
  • 2 Research Centres: CNR-IREA (IT) and NLR (NL)
  • 6 Universities: ASTON (UK), CRAN-U (UK), IST (PT), TUHH (DE), ULILLE (FR), and UNIPARTH (IT).

The Research centres and universities provide their expertise in advanced fuel technologies, numerical studies and simulation whilst the key aeronautical industrial participants provide the aeronautical applications inputs, evaluations for the project and ensure that research work remains aligned with current industrial design and manufacturing constraints. The SMEs are enrolled for their innovative capacities and their lean structures that will make the consortium more dynamic.

Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)

Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)

Further Information :

Organizational Activities

The Institute of Thermo-Fluid Dynamics of the Hamburg University of Technology has an expertise in experimental analysis as well as modelling and dynamic simulation of complex thermo-fluid systems with phase change, CO2-refrigeration systems, cooling architectures of aircraft, humidity transport in aircraft insulations and the investigation and realisation of desiccant assisted air conditioning systems

Role in the Project

Key Personnel

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