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H2020 InDEStruct: Integrated Design of Engineering Structures

Goal: InDEStruct aims to develop novel structural concepts for heat exchanger industry, especially inspired by modern manufacturing such as additive manufacturing. There will be four Early Stage Researchers employed on the project working in a highly multi-disciplinary environment, covering a range of scientific specialisms.

InDEStruct combines complementary and mutually supporting research fields as vibration analysis, design optimisation, 3D printing, metamaterials, materials, thermo-fluids, motivated by charge air cooler and heat exchanger applications. Providing an ideal approach to address and overcome the limitations of current heat exchange and exhaust gas recirculation cooling solutions and constitutes an essential step for the future of engine heat exchanger design research within marine and automotive sectors.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 765636

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An article profiling ESR2 (Kevin Jose) has been released on our website:
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An article profiling ESR3 (Milena Bavaresco) has been released on our website:
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InDEStruct aims to develop novel structural concepts for heat exchanger industry, especially inspired by modern manufacturing such as additive manufacturing. There will be four Early Stage Researchers employed on the project working in a highly multi-disciplinary environment, covering a range of scientific specialisms.
InDEStruct combines complementary and mutually supporting research fields as vibration analysis, design optimisation, 3D printing, metamaterials, materials, thermo-fluids, motivated by charge air cooler and heat exchanger applications. Providing an ideal approach to address and overcome the limitations of current heat exchange and exhaust gas recirculation cooling solutions and constitutes an essential step for the future of engine heat exchanger design research within marine and automotive sectors.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 765636