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Manufacturing of a large-scale AM component

MOnACO

Manufacturing of a large-scale AM component

Call for proposal: 
H2020-CS2-CFP08-2018-01
Link to CORDIS:
Objectives: 

AM technologies are layer-based and tool-free manufacturing processes, which represent a direct interface between the virtual product development and the real-world production of final products. As fundamental part of the “industrial internet of things” (IIoT), AM is considered to be a flexible solution for a demand-driven supply of individualized products. Especially the LBM technology is considered predestined for industrial production due to its intrinsic characteristic of processing metal additively. Moreover, physical properties similar to the ones of conventionally manufactured parts are achievable. LBM enables the flexible and fast production of near net-shape metal parts with up to 100 % density.

MOnACO aims at the design optimization and successful additive manufacturing (AM) of a large-scale (diameter of 1 m) aircraft engine’s component via laser beam melting (LBM) technology. The project contains the development of new design guidelines and tools for the redesign of large-scale LBM structures and the implementation of the complete AM process chain.

In accordance to the topic description (JTI-CS2-2018-CfP08-ENG-01-32), the approach splits into three main tasks: Component analysis, design and optimization; additive manufacturing optimization and validation; component design experimental investigation.

Institution Type:
Institution Name: 
European Commission
Type of funding:
Programme Other: 
JTI-CS2-2018-CfP08-ENG-01-32 Optimized UHPE flow path cooling design and testing using advanced manufacturing techniques
Lead Organisation: 

Technische Universitat Hamburg

Address: 
Am Schwarzenberg Campus 1
21073 Hamburg
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€380,625
Partner Organisations: 

Autodesk Limited

Address: 
ONE DISCOVERY PLACE, COLUMBUS DRIVE
FARNBOROUGH
GU14 0NZ
United Kingdom
EU Contribution: 
€268,462

Technische Universitaet Dresden

Address: 
Helmholtzstrasse 10
1069 Dresden
Germany
EU Contribution: 
€258,250
Technologies: