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Interregional technology transfer on advanced materials and renewable energy systems

Abstract

Advanced materials are used in most industrial sectors and human activities and all developing and developed countries as well as international organizations eg. United Nations have established work groups, which survey the national and global state and developments in the area of advanced materials trying to establish strategies on that crucial technology sector. These strategies are focused on research and technology activities including education and vocation training, as well as stimulus for the starting up of new industrial applications. To introduce such a concept in Greece and especially in Northern Greece, the Technological Education Institute of Serres has initiated an Interregional technology transfer project in this scientific field. This project includes mod topics of advanced materials technology with emphasison specific industrial applications (renewable energy systems). The project demonstrates the development of a prototype photovoltaic thermal system in terms of a new industrial product. The product development procedure consists of steps such as initial product design, materials selection and processing, prototype design and manufacturing, quality control, performance optimization, but also control of materials ecocompatibility according to the national trends of life cycle design and recycling techniques. Keywords: Interregional technology transfer, materials, renewable energy systems.
Authors:
Agrianidis, P.; David, C.; Anthymidis, K.; Ekhrawat, M. [1] 
  1. Department of Mechanical Engineering, Technological Educational Institute of Serres, Serres (Greece)
Publication Date:
Jul 01, 2008
Product Type:
Journal Article
Resource Relation:
Journal Name: Materials, methods and technologies (CD-ROM); Journal Volume: 2; Other Information: 12 refs., 3 figs.
Subject:
14 SOLAR ENERGY; DESIGN; DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; GREECE; INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS; MANUFACTURING; MATERIALS; OPTIMIZATION; PHOTOVOLTAIC EFFECT; QUALITY CONTROL; RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES; TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER; TRAINING
OSTI ID:
22286446
Country of Origin:
Bulgaria
Language:
English
Other Identifying Numbers:
Journal ID: ISSN 1313-2539; TRN: BG1400509107879
Availability:
Available http://www.scientific-publications.net/download/materials-methods-and-technologies-2007.pdf
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
page(s) 4-10
Announcement Date:
Dec 30, 2014

Citation Formats

Agrianidis, P., David, C., Anthymidis, K., and Ekhrawat, M. Interregional technology transfer on advanced materials and renewable energy systems. Bulgaria: N. p., 2008. Web.
Agrianidis, P., David, C., Anthymidis, K., & Ekhrawat, M. Interregional technology transfer on advanced materials and renewable energy systems. Bulgaria.
Agrianidis, P., David, C., Anthymidis, K., and Ekhrawat, M. 2008. "Interregional technology transfer on advanced materials and renewable energy systems." Bulgaria.
@misc{etde_22286446,
title = {Interregional technology transfer on advanced materials and renewable energy systems}
author = {Agrianidis, P., David, C., Anthymidis, K., and Ekhrawat, M.}
abstractNote = {Advanced materials are used in most industrial sectors and human activities and all developing and developed countries as well as international organizations eg. United Nations have established work groups, which survey the national and global state and developments in the area of advanced materials trying to establish strategies on that crucial technology sector. These strategies are focused on research and technology activities including education and vocation training, as well as stimulus for the starting up of new industrial applications. To introduce such a concept in Greece and especially in Northern Greece, the Technological Education Institute of Serres has initiated an Interregional technology transfer project in this scientific field. This project includes mod topics of advanced materials technology with emphasison specific industrial applications (renewable energy systems). The project demonstrates the development of a prototype photovoltaic thermal system in terms of a new industrial product. The product development procedure consists of steps such as initial product design, materials selection and processing, prototype design and manufacturing, quality control, performance optimization, but also control of materials ecocompatibility according to the national trends of life cycle design and recycling techniques. Keywords: Interregional technology transfer, materials, renewable energy systems.}
journal = {Materials, methods and technologies (CD-ROM)}
volume = {2}
journal type = {AC}
place = {Bulgaria}
year = {2008}
month = {Jul}
}