University Partner in Industrial-Based Research Center
With the aim of promoting engineering research in the United States, the University of Auckland, Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville are collaborating to build a collaborative research center focused on integrated and interdisciplinary materials (CHMI). In the gear industries. The Industrial-University Cooperative Research Center will be supported by a $ 700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation and $ 900,000 from the industry for the integration of integrated materials.
The research center consists of independent stations within each partner university, closely integrated, but leading in various economic sectors. The Auckland University site focuses on automotive applications; Georgia Tech in the aircraft industry; And Tennessee-Knoxville in infrastructure and biomedical.
Nowadays, dedicated, science-based CHMI research often complicates the maintenance, repair and repair and maintenance of hybrid joints. Failure to do so may result in loss of life, he said. Statement by the Director of Mechanical Engineering and OU Research Center at Auckland University. At this NSF funding center, research identifies and develops advanced technologies, advanced technology, artificial intelligence and software tools, and other methods that transform science and technology to integrate composite materials.
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