Support for research projects
AKUVIB constantly carries out its own research projects and supports its partners in the implementation
As an innovative company, AKUVIB Engineering and Testing GmbH has also been involved in numerous research and development projects for years.
In particular, the topics of new energies and electromobility have emerged as one of the leading research areas in recent years.
Thanks to our many years of experience in applying for and carrying out research projects, we can provide you with scientific and organisational support both in preparing applications and in carrying out projects.
Our industrial research and development support for our clients is, of course, subject to strict confidentiality.
New energies and electromobility:
Test methods for electromobility:
Within the framework of the EU TIE IN project, the various properties of an electromobility infrastructure were investigated with regard to environmental influences and safety aspects using a holistic procedure. The aim of the research was to gain new insights for the design of e-mobility components and their testing.
Second Life of Lithium Ion Batteries:
AKUVIB accompanied the project application and deals with the safety aspects as well as the tests from the environmental simulation and the performance determination of accumulators.
Further development of test procedures:
and further development of the pollutant gas test procedure:
The test method originally used determined the initial concentrations of the gases purely by calculation. Once the values for the test were set, they were not changed during the test. As a result, there were large fluctuations in concentration during the test. AKUVIB developed a new method based on the measurement and control of the pollutant gas components. Inaccuracies in the test procedure could be eliminated in this way.
Development of a stick-slip measurement method based on acoustic emission:
In this project, a measurement system was developed that makes it possible to record the energy signature when two materials come into contact, to form a correlation with the acoustic emission and thus to make a statement about suitable material pairings in advance.