In close collaboration with the company Mycronic AB, Fraunhofer-Chalmers Centre is developing a novel software for simulation of the jet printing process used in the manufacturing of printed circuit boards. The software makes it possible for Mycronic to strengthen their knowledge of the complex jetting process and is supporting their product development of the next generation of jet printers.
The goal of this project was to develop mathematical models and simulation tools for virtual design of exhaust systems with respect to aero-acoustic properties. The interdisciplinary project team was funded by Vinnova and the Swedish Energy Agency, and consisted of mathematicians of the KTH Computational Technology Laboratory (CTL), and engineers of the KTH Marcus Wallenberg Laboratory (MWL) and Eberspächer Exhaust Technology Sweden AB (former Swenox AB).
GMP, a widely used and already very fast and highly mature software package for high-speed large integer arithmetic (used in cryptography and computer algebra systems), has been sped up by factors ranging from two to six.
We have developed a unique bandage that provides a well defined pressure. By following the markings on the bandage as you wrap, you get the right overlap and a defined pressure for each turn. Regardless of who applies the bandage, or the circumference of the leg, PressCise will provide a well defined pressure.
The goal of this ongoing project is to develop new simulation algorithms and tools for paint and surface treatment processes in automotive paint shops. The project is part of Vinnova’s FFI program for Sustainable Production Technology that supports the Swedish automotive industry and our research partners are Volvo Cars, Scania CV, AB Volvo, General Motors and Swerea IVF.