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Empresa coreana busca un investigador para desarrollar componentes de alta temperatura de una turbina de gas mediante tecnología de impresión láser en 3D por el método de fusión por lecho de polvo (BPF)

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDKR20180803001
Publicado:
30/08/2018
Caducidad:
28/02/2019
Resumen:
Un fabricante surcoreano de tubos y conexiones ha desarrollado componentes para turbinas de gas que se emplean a alta temperatura mediante el método de fusión en lecho de polvo (PBF) y utilizando una tecnología de impresión láser en 3D. La utilización de este método permite fabricar productos de formas complejas y producir componentes de turbinas de gas de alta temperatura. El uso de materiales súper resistentes al calor aumenta la eficiencia de refrigeración y, por consiguiente, el rendimiento de la turbina. La empresa busca una compañía para desarrollar los componentes de turbinas de gas empleados a alta temperatura y presentar una propuesta conjunta al programa Eureka. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 30 de marzo de 2019 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 28 de febrero del mismo año.

Details

Tittle:
A Korean SME is looking for an R-Y-D partner in developing gas turbine high temperature parts using metal 3D laser printing technology by the PBF (Powder Bed Fusion) method
Summary:
A global clad pipe and fitting manufacturer from South Korea has been developing gas turbine parts used at a high temperature by PBF (Powder Bed Fusion) method using metal 3D laser printing technology. They are seeking a 3D printing company to develop high temperature gas turbine parts and to submit a joint proposal for EUREKA Network program in March 2019. The deadline for call is March 30th 2019 and EOIs will be accepted until February 28th 2019.
Description:
A global clad pipe and fitting manufacturer from South Korea is expanding their business to the medical, aerospace, energy, oil, gas and power generation. Along laser hybrid bonding and cladding technology, the company also owns metal 3D additive manufacturing technology and 3D laser scanning technology using CAE (Computer Aided Engineering).
Recently the company has been developing gas turbine parts used at a high temperature by PBF (Powder Bed Fusion) method using metal 3D laser printing technology. The PBF method is a method in which a powder layer of tens of micro meters is laid on a powder bed of a certain size from a powder feeder, and a laser or an electron beam is irradiated according to a design drawing. Each layer is melted and piled up.
Using this method, it is possible to manufacture products with complicated shapes and to manufacture high-temperature gas turbine parts which the company aims to develop through EUREKA R-Y-D programs in early 2019. The use of super heat-resistant materials in metal powder increases the cooling efficiency and ultimately increases the efficiency of the turbine.
There are several benefits to the gas turbine parts produced by the PBF method. First, the maximum turbine operating temperature and cooling efficiency are increased, ultimately increasing the efficiency of the turbine. Secondly, such parts have the advantage of free design change for similar design or shape change, which is the advantage the existing casting method does not have.
Additionally, if the parts are manufactured through 3D printing, the process can be greatly reduced and material loss such as scrap can be reduced. The reduced process also expediates the speed of production.
The company will support the development through their experience and knowhow in metal and power generation. They are seeking a partner, preferably a 3D printing company, who is capable of below activities:
a. Design and manufacturing support
b. Prototype production using additive manufacturing
c. Fatigue and damage tolerance
d. Finite element analysis
The Korean company seeks to submit the proposal to Eureka in March 2019. The maximum length of project duration will be 36 months. The deadline of the call will be March 30th in Korea and the EOIs will be received until February 28th.
Advantages and Innovations:
1. Rise of turbine efficiency
- The maximum turbine operating temperature and cooling efficiency are increased, ultimately increasing the efficiency of the turbine. In addition, it is possible to manufacture precise parts and to make net-shape molding, which can greatly reduce machining process after molding.
2. Applicable to various fields
- It is possible to produce undercut and multi hollow products which cannot be manufactured by existing casting method.
- Turbine blades with high cooling efficiency are very useful for the sites where high temperature components, such as steam turbine and gas turbine, are used
- It has the advantage of free design change for similar design or shape change
3. Economic Advantages
- In the past, it has been completed through more than 30 processes such as general brazing, welding and so on. However, if the parts are manufactured through 3D printing, the process can be greatly reduced and material loss such as scrap can be reduced
4. Fast manufacturing
- Parts can be manufactured through a simple process of local melting and welding. This is economical in terms of time because it can be manufactured at a faster speed than the existing manufacturing method.
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
IPR Status:
Secret Know-how

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
- Type of partner sought : Company - Specific area of activity of the partner: 3D printing (metal additive manufacturing) - Task to be performed : a. Design and manufacturing support b. Prototype production using additive manufacturing c. Fatigue and damage tolerance d. Finite element analysis
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME 11-49
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No

Dissemination

Programme-call

Framwork Programme:
Eureka
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
30/03/2019