SSAB, Lund University (Prof. Stephen Hall), Swerim, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency for combined SAXS and WAXS studies of the precipitation kinetics during hot-rolling of microalloyed steels, aiming at real-time in-situ experiments. The experiments will be carried out at Petra-3. Linda Bäcke from SSAB is the project manager. Read […]
Lund University (the group of Prof. Stephen Hall), Gränges Sweden, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency to facilitate a wide-spread industrial usage of combined tomography and 3DXRD investigations by developing convenient means for co-visualization and interpretation of the resulting huge 3D data sets. The developed data analysis methods will be […]
One of our founders, ROMO Scientific, has received TamaTA funding for SAXS test measurements of nanoparticles in industrial metallic samples. The SAXS measurements will be performed at DESY in Hamburg in collaboration with HZG.
Robert Moberg will be at the MAX IV user meeting in Lund in September. Meet with Robert to discuss opportunities for industrial R&D at the MAX IV Laboratory and other large-scale facilities.
SSAB, Lund University, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency to investigate if the conditions during steel production in hot strip mills can be mimicked in synchrotron radiation experiments using scattering and imaging techniques. Read more about the feasibility studies here and here.
Sweden’s Innovation Agency (Vinnova) has announced the second 2019 call for proposals for industrial research at large-scale photon and neutron facilities. The deadline is 20 November. Feel free to discuss opportunities with us, preferably at an early stage to get sufficient time to set up a dedicated project team and write a carefully planned proposal.
The technology magazine Ny Teknik reports on experiments by Gränges and partners at MAX IV in Lund.
Gränges’ new Trillium aluminium product is highlighted in a recent article at metallerochgruvor.se. The synchrotron research projects about aluminium brazing together with Swedish universities and Uppsala Synchrotronix are also discussed in the same article. Photo: Gränges.
Gränges Sweden, Lund University, and Uppsala Synchrotronix have received funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency for synchrotron-based 3D imaging and diffraction studies of liquid penetration phenomena during brazing of aluminium. Read more here.
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