- PROGETTO TERMTEST
- PROGETTO TERMTEST
Public Notice “KET’s – Enabling Technologies”
Question prot. A0114-2017-14810 – CUP F15F18000010007 – POR FESR 2014/2020
Total project investment: € 752,795.05
Total amount admitted: € 526,780.19
Project realized by ILM SRL in ATS and effective collaboration with the Department of Civil and Mechanical Engineering of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT:
The project idea comes from the company I.L.M. in collaboration with the DICEM of the University of Cassino and Southern Lazio.
The project concerns the development of 2 complex and unconventional material test systems from a conceptual point of view, applying: ideas, construction materials and innovative automation systems, developing assembly procedures for the various components with intelligent techniques that can reach ambitious goals from the technological point of view, compared to the commercial material systems classified as universal type. Furthermore, the network of participants is at the highest levels of expertise in the field of high precision mechanical constructions, in the development of numerical design, materials, knowledge of material test systems and the relative development of innovative safety methods. plant and industrial electronics.
The objective is to design and implement 2 innovative and unconventional test systems for the execution of: Low Cycle Fatigue (LCF) and Small Punch Creep Test (SPCT) tests for the thermomechanical qualification and re-qualification after exercise of metallic materials , steels and superalloys, used for the construction of mechanical components subjected to the synergistic action of damage generated by the application of stresses with amplitude varying over time and thermal cycles (turbomachinery: shafts and rotors, turbine disks and vanes, pipes, etc.) .). Furthermore, implementing the knowledge, developing and acquiring an opportunity to attend the market with innovative, unconventional and SMART testing systems, essential for conducting and disseminating innovative experimental activities on metallic materials (steels and superalloys), such as to be able to contribute to the development of project modeling with high temperature energy approaches, analyzing the elasto-plastic behavior of materials with the resolution of constitutive equations, thus having advanced tools with respect to the approach in the presence of creep damage only.
Participation takes place with ILM as leader, DICEM as a Research Body involved in effective collaboration and other qualified project partners (INAIL, PALMER, Compusystem) in contract consulting and research activities.