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2018 Mess- und Sensortechnik für Industrie 4.0 - Materialien und Verfahren für komplexe Aufgaben
Brunner, Bernhard; Diegeler, Andreas; Ebert, Fabian; Friedrich, Holger; Gold, Lukas; Hartmann, Sarah; Rose, Klaus; Righi, Marie-Luise; Schubert, Lena; Steenhusen, Sönke
Aufsatz in Buch
2018 Thermo-optical-measurement technique TOM to characterize sintering behavior of additive manufactured metallic parts under atmospheric control
Staab, T.E.M.; Diegeler, A.
Konferenzbeitrag
2018 On the role of grain boundaries during sintering of carbonyl iron
Staab, T.E.M.; Helm, R.; Diegeler, A.
Konferenzbeitrag
2017 Polyamid Chrom(VI)-frei beschichten
Rose, Klaus; Meinhardt, Jürgen
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
2017 Sintering nickel and iron: Are there indications for defect-activated sintering?
Staab, Torsten E.M.; Helm, R.; Diegeler, Andreas
Konferenzbeitrag
2017 Composite materials combining multiple luminescent MOFs and superparamagnetic microparticles for ratiometric water detection
Wehner, Tobias; Seuffert, M.T.; Sorg, J.R.; Schneider, Michael; Mandel, Karl; Sextl, Gerhard; Müller-Buschbaum, Klaus
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
2017 Lanthanoides in glass and glass ceramics
Meinhardt, Jürgen; Kilo, Martin; Somorowsky, Ferdinand; Hopp, Werner
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
2017 Lanthanoides in glass and glass ceramics
Meinhardt, Jürgen; Kilo, Martin; Somorowsky, Ferdinand; Hopp, Werner
Aufsatz in Buch
2016 In-situ-Untersuchungen zur Spannungsentwicklung beim Tempern von Glas
Kilo, Martin; Diegeler, Andreas
Konferenzbeitrag
2016 Elektrochemisches Verhalten von Elektrodenmaterialien in Schmelzen von Kalk-Natron-Silicatgläsern
Finkenberger, Johannes; Deinhardt, Anika; Kron, Johanna; Kilo, Martin; Ballweg, Thomas; Meinhardt, Jürgen
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
2016 In-situ-Entfernung von Eisen aus Glasschmelzen mittels elektrochemischer Verfahren
Finkenberger, Johannes; Meinhardt, Jürgen; Kron, Johanna; Deinhardt, Anika; Kilo, Martin
Zeitschriftenaufsatz
2016 Following shrinkage and exothermic processes by thermo-optical measurement techniques
Staab, Torsten E.M.; Diegeler, Andreas
Konferenzbeitrag
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Mineral wool - tested and energy saving

 

Saving energy is the magic word when it comes to reducing CO2 emissions. The energy-efficient refurbishment of buildings is of great importance in this respect. In the EU, tests in accordance with RAL and EUCEB guidelines ensure that mineral wool insulation materials are harmless to health. As an independent testing institute approved by RAL and EUCEB, Fraunhofer ISC's Center for Applied Analytics contributes to the quality assurance of energy-saving inorganic insulating materials.



Less CO2 in cement production ECO Cement
 

Building materials are required in large quantities and are produced, in part, with considerable energy input and CO2 release. In particular, the processing of clay minerals and limestone into cement clinker is energy-intensive and releases around 1000 kg of CO2 per ton of cement. Alternatively, granulated blast furnace slag can be used, which reduces CO2 emissions to around 300 kg per ton. However, one disadvantage of blastfurnace slag cements to date has been their significantly slower setting behavior, which severely restricts their use in the construction sector. The Fraunhofer ISC's Center for Applied Analytics has been able to identify ways of preparing blastfurnace slag in such a way that it sets in the desired time. As well as saving clay minerals and limestone from natural sources, this can also reduce energy requirements and CO2 emissions in cement production - great for the climate and preserving the environment!

 

KlimaTOM – Measurements under defined climate

The KlimaTOM (TOM = Thermo-Optical Measuring System) developed at Fraunhofer ISC records dimensional changes such as elongation or shrinkage of materials with an accuracy of 0.4 micrometers. The non-contact measurement is carried out under climatic environmental conditions in a range from -70 °C to +180 °C at a relative humidity of up to 95 %. A wide variety of materials and products can be tested, ranging from the building materials industry and the automotive industry to electronic components.