Additive Manufacturing for Wear and Corrosion Applications

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Additive Manufacturing for Wear and Corrosion Applications

Control technologies

General description

Control technologies will be further exploiting the increasing computational power and intelligence in order to come forward to the demands of increased speed and precision in manufacturing. Advanced control strategies will allow the use of lighter actuators and structural elements for obtaining very rigid and accurate solutions, replacing slower and more energy-intensive approaches. Learning controllers adapt the behaviour of systems to changing environments or system degradation, taking into account constraints and considering alternatives, hereby relying on robust industrial real-time communication technologies, system modelling approaches and distributed intelligence architectures.

Specifics for Project AMCOR | Additive Manufacturing for Wear and Corrosion Applications

Description . - Production efficiency - Integrated process incorporating component referencing, in-line monitoring, closed loop control and NDT inspection. - Materials Intuitive database of material combinations
Comments material processing technologies Recycling processes Technologies and enablers Advanced material processing technologies Mechatronics and robotics technologies Technologies and enablers Control technologies
 Control technologies Taxon title Control technologies
 RP 1.2 Advanced joining technologies for advanced and multi-materials Taxon description In order to be competitive in the future, these novel joining technologies should be implemented with a high degree of automation and quality control.