Datum objave: 28.07.2011

Kategorija: Aktualno na Univerzi

Partnership request description:  A) Project brief summary: We believe not only developments in production and networking of energy are important but new technologies to save energy are vital too. This gave us the impulse to research on this technology. This project proposal is "Rare earth permanent magnet lifting technology" for energy conservation with openable and closable permanent magnet magnetic field capable of lifting 100 tons of steel parts. Compared to traditional electromagnetic lifting technology, it is energy saving, highly efficient, safe, etc. It can be used for steel mills, shipyards, large warehouses, freight yards, wharf and other places. In production process, freight transit and installations at the iron and steel industries; currently almost all of these use electromagnetic lifting technology for lifting & shipping iron and steel material. Existing electromagnetic lifting equipment are low efficient, consume huge amount of electricity and has greater risk of encountering problems. We are preparing for research and development of large tonnage permanent magnetic lifting technology wherewith saving energy and reducing consumption, safe and reliable, efficient and convenient which will open up new frontiers in permanent magnetic lifting. This new technology for instance, if applied in a high production country like China would save billions from power consumption and maintenance charges of electromagnetic lifters. At present the "Magnetic field reverse balancing technique" is used in the market, producing permanent magnetic equipment of lifting capacity around or under 3 TONS. But as here the magnetic field cannot be closed thorough enough, it is not possible to achieve lifting capacity about 3 TONS. Therefore severely influencing development of permanent magnetic lifters technology and limits the scope of use, becoming a bottleneck for industry boom. We are prepared to use our company's own invention patent "Magnetic circuit switch", a new method for magnetic circuit closure using which we aim to R and D a permanent magnetic lifting technology with capacity of about 100 TONS. B) The main technical scheme 1: Adopting the principle of "Magnetic circuit switch" research and develop to control permanent magnetic field's opening and complete closure. Bringing out the technology, which uses rare earth permanent magnetic materials to lift heavy iron and steel material. 2: Using hydraulic drive and precision mechanics transmission mechanism; PLC control technique. Through attraction data management, precisely controlling magnetic field intensity. Thus possible to achieve the technique of lifting many steel plates at one and release them separately one by one according to the needs. Enforcing ERP information integrated management
Project proposer:   Hong He (China)
Description of the project offered:   Industrial manufacture, Energy saving, Safety, Coordination. Cooperatio
Partner role:  Project coordinator
Partner organisation:  Small or medium-sized enterprise (SME)
Call for proposal title:  Energy Call - Part 1
Call for proposal identifier:  FP7-ENERGY-2012-1-2STAGE

Description of the collaboration sought: For this project we are finding European MS/AC partners in specialization of PLC control technique, precision mechanical transmission, magnetic field optimizing, ERP information integration and other aspects to complete and create a new "Permanent magnet magnetic circuit opening and closure technology". Where as our search is not limited to the above, we also welcome expertise in other electrical engineering aspects.
Expertise sought: Industrial manufacture, Electronics. Microelectronics, Information processing. Information systems, Materials technology, Energy saving, Safety,
Roles sought: Project participant,
Organisation types sought:
Countries sought: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom, Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Iceland, Israel, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland, Turkey,