Forschungsprojekte

ERESCON II - Scientific support of the constructional use of CO2-reduced concrete
Order for the scientific support of constructional use of CO2-reduced concrete is based on the knowledges of ERESCON. The task is to verify Eco-filler/Micro-filler concept at an prototypical building (Durchlassbauwerk), which was built during the construction of the Prottendorfer railway line.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 31.12.2018
Beginn: 01.02.2017
RetroTeC - Textile Reinforced Concrete for Refurbishment and Strengthening of Traffic Structures
For three to five typical damage scenarios of traffic structures the refurbishment and strengthening with textile reinforced concrete is developed. Therefore results of basic research in Germany are evaluated and own supplementary investigations are performed. A direct transfer of the results into practice should be enabled by concrete development with raw materials from Austria, design concepts and a production guideline. By large scale application and load-bearing capacity tests the practical applicability and effectiveness of the developed solutions can be verified.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • ASFINAG Autobahnen- und Schnellstraßen-Finanzierungs-Aktiengesellschaft
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 31.08.2018
Beginn: 01.09.2016
ingREes - Setting up Qualification and Continuing Education and Training Scheme for Middle and Senior Level Professionals on Energy Efficiency and Use of Renewable Energy Sources in Buildings
The Project will extend the implementation of the Roadmap established and endorsed under Pillar I Build Up Skills project in Slovakia and the Czech Republic to middle and senior level professionals . These Roadmaps identified key measures for setting up a national qualification and training scheme and other measures for ensuring development of skills essential for the field of buildings to contribute to the fulfillment of the Europe 2020 energy targets. The project will particularly focus on key measure 1.3 and facilitate implementation of key measures 1.1, 1.2, 1.5 and 2.2 of the Roadmap endorsed in Slovakia, and on priority 4.3.1 and measures 1,2 and 4 of the Roadmap endorsed in the Czech Republic. This will strengthen the qualification of professionals identified as target group in the Roadmaps . The project will facilitate further investments in the skills anticipated in the EU Roadmap to a Resource Efficient Europe . Particularly the project will lead to: • Development of 5 education and training programmes for further education and training of middle and senior professionals in the field of buildings; • Setting up permanent network of trainers delivering the training programmes developed under the project; • Training of trainers for delivery of the programmes; • Proposal for financial measures to be established to facilitate and motivate middle and senior level professionals in participating to training programmes and SMEs to invest into further education; • Proposals to Slovak Government for incentives boosting demand for highly qualified professionals; • Reaching financing agreements using ESF for dissemination of training programmes. The project will establish necessary resources and prepare technical, organizational and financial conditions for training and re-training on energy efficiency and use of renewable energy sources for middle and senior level professionals in the field of buildings.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Helmuth Kreiner
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MSc Alexander Passer
Fördergeber
  • European Commission - Europäische Kommission, EU
Externe Partner
  • Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, BOKU
  • Slovenská technická univerzita v Bratislave, Fakulta chemickej a potravinárskej technólogie, Ústav fyzikálnej chémie a chemickej fyziky
  • Slovenská komora stavebných inzinierov
  • Svaz podnikatelů ve stavebnictví v ČR
  • Zväz stavebných podnikateľov Slovenska
  • Narodny ustav celozivotneho vzdelavania
Forschungsgebiete
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 28.02.2018
Beginn: 01.03.2015
ZfP-Erweiterung MedCampus - Building inspection of the HBK M2 West garage
Non-destructive testing of pillars, ceilings, walls and a foundation plate.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • BIG Bundesimmobiliengesellschaft m.b.H.
Externe Partner
  • holz.bau forschungs Gmbh
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 31.10.2017
Beginn: 28.04.2017
Substitution von Stahl durch UHPC - Substitution of steel by UHPC
The objective of this research project is to provide the essential fundaments for a product-related substitution of steel materials by Ultra High Performance Concrete (UHPC). This represents an essential contribution to sustainable construction because steel is significantly more intensive in terms of cost and CO2 emissions than UHPC. Further, raw materials available in Austria and the micro steel fibers of company Voestalpine CPA Filament GmbH will be used. To achieve the goal of this project, in addition to the development of materials, questions about some basic issues such as the introduction of the prestressing force in thin UHPC components, the bond between normal concrete and UHPC, the connection between UHPC and steel, the confinement effect of UHPC by steel reinforcement and the shear capacity of thin-walled prestressed UHPC panels will be answered. For this purpose, detailed studies using non-linear finite element modeling, engineering models and model experiments are planned. In addition to the investigation into the mechanical relations, studies for the production technology are also scheduled. The results of the basic research should be verified by laboratory tests to demonstrate the basic feasibility of this idea into practice and also to achieve the first reference values for an economic and ecological assessment in terms of product development in further research steps. The productions of the structural components and the tests will be carried out at the precast plant of Kirchdorfer Fertigteilholding GmbH. The consortium consisting of TU Graz, FH Kärnten, Kirchdorfer Fertigteilholding GmbH and Voestalpine CPA Filament GmbH has high competence in various fields. Through mutual complement the best requirement for a successful implementation of the proposed research project is created.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • Kirchdorfer Fertigteilholding GmbH
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • voestalpine Special Wire GmbH
Externe Partner
  • Fachhochschule Kärnten gemeinnützige Privatstiftung, FH Kärnten
Forschungsgebiete
  • Concrete Technology
Ende: 30.09.2017
Beginn: 01.10.2014
SCP - Smart City Project Graz Middle
The "Smart City Project Graz Mitte" is intended to be a premier, demonstrating new urban energy technologies for a smart zero-emission quarter offering great quality of life. Innovative developments in terms of buildings, energy networks and mobility will be linked up to form an urban whole. The integrated holistic planning process involving all relevant players will make smart urban development tangible and come alive.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Dipl.-Ing. Ernst Rainer
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.nat.techn. Birgit Kohla
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Helmuth Kreiner
Dipl.-Ing. Hannes Oblak
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MSc Alexander Passer
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
Externe Partner
  • StadtLABOR Graz - Innovationen für urbane Lebensqualität
  • Hans Höllwart - Forschungszentrum für integrales Bauwesen AG, FIBAG
  • Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt, Agenda-Büro
  • City of Zagreb, City Office for Energy, Environment and Sustainable Development
  • Magistrat Graz, Stadtbaudirektion, A10
Forschungsgebiete
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 30.06.2017
Beginn: 01.07.2012
ASSpC - Advanced and Sustainable Sprayed Concrete
The technology of the shotcrete in tunneling and underground mining has in Austria in connection with the "New Austrian Tunnelling Method" NATM a traditionally developed over the years with a high quality standard. Austrian companies are leaders in your application and thus successful international. Today new demands are in the foreground, especially a few years ago often underestimated (aggressive) environments in tunnels will increasingly lead to earlier than expected damage anddurability problems. Of which is affected not only the shotcrete, but the entire structure. This means for the operators and users of underground infrastructure constructions (tunnels, galleries, shafts, piping, etc.) are increasingly difficult to calculate risk, to invest limitations in the availability and in case of damage in a very costly repair measures. The technical objectives are the development of shotcrete with high durability, both for repairs and for new buildings. In this resources should be used efficiently and stustainable the context of sustainable development and climate change. This object is combined by the term "ASSpC - Advanced and Sustainable Sprayed Concrete". To achieve this overall objective, it is first necessary to develop recipes, in intermediate steps to put them into spray tests and parallel to define test method for assessing the durability as well as to investigate basic response and damage mechanisms. They may not depart the robustness of the mixtures in the application, nor the high propulsive power are endangered in the tunnel.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Bautechnikveranstaltungs GmbH, ÖBV
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
Externe Partner
  • Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Konstruktion und Materialwissenschaften
  • Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg, OTH
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 30.06.2017
Beginn: 01.07.2016
Weiche Wässer - Durable and sustainable concrete for tunneling
Durable concrete for power plant tunnel by the attack of soft waters.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 30.04.2017
Beginn: 01.10.2016
ÖkoBeton - Concrete for precast elements with optimized resource efficency
Ziel des vorliegenden Forschungsprojekts ist es, Beton für Fertigteile hinsichtlich seiner Zusam-mensetzung grundlegend zu verbessern, sodass sein Treibhauspotenzial (CO2-Emissionen) sowie sein Ressourcenverbrauch gesenkt werden. Der verbesserte Beton soll eine gleichbleibende Festbetonqualität im Vergleich zu Normalbeton nach Norm sowie eine produktionsorientiert hohe Frühfestigkeit aufweisen. Betrachtet wird von Anfang an das Fünfstoff-System Beton (Zement, Wasser, Gesteinskörnungen, Zusatzstoffe und Zusatzmittel) unter Berücksichtigung der speziellen Erfordernisse der Betonherstellung in Fertigteilwerken. Durch eine Optimierung der Packungsdichte aller granularen Ausgangsstoffe von Beton bis in den Feinst-Teil-Bereich hinein (bis etwa 100 nm) verbunden mit einer Verringerung des Wasserbedarfs soll Zement (bzw. Portlandzementklinker) der die Hauptursache für das hohe Treibhauspotenzial von Beton ist und auch einen Hauptteil der Kosten ausmacht durch kostengünstige, in Österreich verfügbare und umweltfreundlichere Stoffe substituiert werden. Die Bindemittelgehalte sollen durch betontechnologische Maßnahmen auch unter derzeitige Min-destbindemittelgehalte nach Norm gesenkt werden. Es bedarf gewisser Änderungen der Herstel-lungspraxis der Betonfertigteilproduktion und einer Überarbeitung des Regelwerks bezüglich der Reglementierungen der Betonzusammensetzung (i.e. Mindestbindemittelgehalte). Es ist nachzuwei-sen, dass die in ihrer Zusammensetzung optimierten Betone hinsichtlich Festigkeit und Dauerhaf-tigkeit bzw. Beständigkeit gegenüber Umwelteinwirkungen eine gleichwertige Leistungsfähigkeit aufweisen wie Betone nach derzeitiger Norm. Zudem müssen spezielle Anforderungen an Beton für Fertigteile erfüllt werden können: Das sind hohe Frühfestigkeiten, gute Verarbeitbarkeit, entsprechende Oberflächenqualität sowie die Robustheit der Mischungen gegenüber Produktionsschwankungen. Nicht zuletzt soll gezeigt werden, dass sich die ökologische Bewertung der Betone durch eine neue Zusammensetzung substantiell verbessern lässt und sie wirtschaftlich herstellbar sind.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Joachim Juhart
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • Verband Österreichischer Beton- und Fertigteilwerke, VÖB
Forschungsgebiete
  • Concrete Technology
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 31.01.2017
Beginn: 01.01.2013
UNAB - Sustainable Designprocess & Integrated Facades
The holistic life-cycle-oriented consideration of construction activities develops into a mega trend in the construction sector. The UNAB project aims at the "Implementation of sustainable construction through optimized project management processes and integral building envelopes” by an interfaculty and interdisciplinary cooperation between Graz University of Technology and project partners from industry. Operationalizing sustainable construction two different approaches will be investigated. The first approach follows the idea of systems engineering focussing sustainability requirements of planning and project management processes. Current planning processes mostly focus on single sustainability aspects like energy efficiency, reduction of environmental impacts or reduction of life cycle costs. According to the upcoming CEN/TC 350 standards the evaluation of buildings sustainability should include, environmental, social and economic as well as functional and technical issues, preferably already in the planning stage. Early estimations of the expected buildings sustainability lead to the need of appropriate tools that allow both, the consideration of sustainability aspects including their systemic affects as well as the identification of the influence by different stakeholder preferences. Henceforth the knowledge about system interdependences of building optimization processes should provide basic information to influence building sustainability regarding a holistic approach. The second approach aims at the design implementation in the building envelope. The main focus is laid on materials that combine variety of cross-section design, easy disassembly (with suitable joining technique) durability (with proper choice of material) and maximum recyclability. The new façade concept should combine a self-supporting, highly efficient supporting structure with new methods of forming and joining technology from the mechanical engineering sector as well as the integration of building systems in the building envelope. This represents a major challenge for the implementation in the field of design, static, building physics and equipment-related issues which only can be solved by a close interdisciplinary cooperation between the disciplines involved. So-called "Integral facades" influence a variety of socio-functional and technical as well as economic and environmental assessment criteria of a building. Thus they are best suited to improve the overall building sustainability. Based on the interaction of both approaches the results of this project should provide project owners, planners and project managers with basic information needed for a holistic life cycle orientated planning process.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Brandl
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Manfred Zellinger
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. Vladimir Boskovic
Dipl.-Ing. BSc Gerfried Klammer
Dipl.-Ing. Tim Lüking
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Thomas Mach
Dipl.-Ing. Ferdinand Oswald
Mag.rer.nat. M.Sc. Ing. Martin Pichler
Dipl.-Ing. Helmut Schober
Mag.rer.soc.oec. MSc. Thomas Trink
Dipl.-Ing. Dipl.-Ing. BSc Johannes Wall
sonstige Funktion
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.nat.techn. Oliver Englhardt
Fördergeber
  • Amt der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung, Abteilung Wissenschaft und Gesundheit, Geschäftsstelle des Zukunftsfonds, A8
Forschungsgebiete
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 30.09.2016
Beginn: 01.10.2013
Trinkwasserspeicher - Development of a system for precast-drinking water tanks with new concrete technology and adapted sealing technology
Development of precast-drinking water tank-systems as competitive alternative to cast-in-place-concrete, plastic and stain-steel containers.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • SW Umwelttechnik Österreich GmbH
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 31.07.2016
Beginn: 01.06.2015
PA-2000 Watt Areal - Potential analysis - 2000 Watt area
In this research project the University of Technology examined selected areas of the district Reininghaus-Alt in Graz. By using quantitative analysis based on the Swiss 2000 Watt area certification system the main parameters of district 1, 4 and 5 should be identified. Out of this the Status Quo and the performance in order to the achievment of the 2000 Watt Society will be proven and checked for feasibility. Based on this results different potentials will be calculated and significant adjusting screws in the fields of grey energy, energy supply, operating power and mobility should be identified under Austrian conditions.
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • Magistrat Graz, Stadtbaudirektion, A10
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 30.06.2016
Beginn: 01.11.2015
IEA ECBCS Annex 57: Methods for Evaluation of Embodied Energy and CO2-Emissions for Building Construction
The IEA-ECBCS-Annex57 project aims at an Austrian collaboration in the IEA Annex 57, which focuses on methods for the Evaluation of Embodied Energy and Carbon Dioxide Emissions of Building Construction and materials. Results and methods from several other research projects on this topic are summarized and evaluated. In addition this results then are compared to different international projects. The final aim is to achieve international guidelines for the evaluation of building constructions, with low embodied energy and CO2 Emissions. Networking with stakeholders and the international research community is created through the cooperation and national dissemination in Austria.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MSc Alexander Passer
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH, FFG
Externe Partner
  • Österreichisches Ökologie Institut, ÖÖI
Forschungsgebiete
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 31.05.2016
Beginn: 01.01.2013
Load Labs - Lastverteilung im Gleisschotter
Ermittlung des Setzungsverhaltens von besohlten Betonschwellen bei unterschiedlichen Schotterqualitäten. Ermittlung des Lastverformunsverhaltens sowie fassen des mechanischen Zusammenspiels im Schotter bezüglich des Lastabtrages durch Bewegungen und Verschleiß und den sich ausbildenden Lastpfaden im Gleisschotter.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Dipl.-Ing. BSc Armin Berghold
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Fördergeber
  • ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
  • Schweizerische Südostbahn AG, Geschäftsbereich Infrastruktur
  • DB Netz AG, Regionalbereich Süd
  • Schweizerische Bundesbahnen SBB AG, Infrastruktur, Anlagen und Technologie
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 30.09.2015
Beginn: 01.06.2013
UHPC-Schale - B1: Shellstructures made of UHPC - Thin double-curved concrete elements made for a new shell-building methode
The ambition of this fundamental research project is to develop the entire process for the realization of a uhpc-shell structure made of precast-elements, reaching from the design to the fabrication. All issues are dealed by an interdisciplinary team of architects, structural engineers and material scientists. In addition to that business partners from different kind of industries are supporting the intention. One part of the project is the development of adequate casting-methods for thin-walled shell elements, considering material properties of uhpc (ultra high performance concrete). Another issue is the design of different suitable joining technologies. Furthermore is the digital parametric design of shell structures and the engineering of a flexible formwork, actuated by an industrial robot a substantial part of the project.
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Peters
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Joachim Juhart
Kontaktperson
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Bernhard Freytag
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. M.Sc. Felix Amtsberg
M.Eng. Melanie Groß
Dipl.-Ing. Gernot Parmann
Ass.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.nat.techn. Andreas Trummer
Fördergeber
  • Max Bögl Bauservice GmbH & Co. KG
  • BASF Performance Products GmbH, Zweigniederlassung Krieglach
  • NOMOTEC Anlagenautomationstechnik GmbH
  • ABB AG
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • SGL Technologies GmbH
  • Dyckerhoff AG, Hauptverwaltung
Forschungsgebiete
  • Concrete Technology
Ende: 31.08.2015
Beginn: 01.09.2012
ERESCON - New concretes in the fields of infrastructures, energy- and resources-optimized
The most used material in traffic infrastructure is concrete. It will be developed towards more sustainability by innovative technology and an improved composition. Its granular components will be optimized including ultrafine particles. Portland-cement-clinker, can be substituted by more resource saving materials available in Austria.The concrete shall show the identical performance (EN 206-1) of presently used concrete for the infrastructure in terms of strength, durability and costs.
Mitarbeiter
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. BSc Gernot Franz Fischer
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MSc Alexander Passer
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG
  • ASFINAG Autobahnen- und Schnellstraßen-Finanzierungs-Aktiengesellschaft
  • Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, BMVIT
Externe Partner
  • Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie, BMVIT
Forschungsgebiete
  • Concrete Technology
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 31.08.2015
Beginn: 01.09.2013
Sulfatgehalt von Beton - Ermittlung des kritischen Sulfatgehaltes von Beton
The mechanisms of sulphate can vary due to different conditions (ettringite and thaumasite formation). Thaumasite forms at low temperatures and a source of carbonate is needed. It causes damages in the cement matrix, which will lead to a mushy substance. The standards include only volume expansion due to the formation of ettringite or gypsum. But it is not included how fluctuant sulphate concentration should be evaluated. The treshold values of sulphate concentration are assumped under constant conditions. Specimen were made and stored in different sulphate solutions (constant level and fluctuant level) in the laboratory. Other specimen were stored in a waste water sewer to get a practical aspect. Those examinations should give a view, what kind of the influence fluctuant sulphate concentrations have and which sulphate concentration is needed to be harmful
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Mag.rer.nat. Andrea Brunnsteiner
Ao.Univ.-Prof.i.R. Dr.phil. Josef Tritthart
Kontaktperson
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dr.phil. Dietmar Klammer
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • Österreichische Bautechnikveranstaltungs GmbH, ÖBV
Externe Partner
  • Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck, Institut für Konstruktion und Materialwissenschaften
  • Vereinigung der Österreichischen Zementindustrie, VÖZ
Forschungsgebiete
  • Concrete Technology
Ende: 30.06.2015
Beginn: 01.06.2009
N-iENERGY 2.0 - iENERGY Weiz-Gleisdorf 2.0 the power of a vision!
The project "iENERGY Weiz-Gleisdorf 2.0 the power of a vision!" is built on the energy vision 2050 of the energy region Weiz-Gleisdorf. It is the aim of this project to visually anticipate this vision in form of single demonstration projects, i.e. public visualization of visionary complete solutions within the context of "Smart Cities" or "Smart Urban Regions", renewable energy, energy efficiency and regional energetic autonomy. Complete sustainable solutions arise mainly from the involvement of citizens - the use of innovative technologies or their integration into intelligent products and services and their user-oriented demonstration are important stimuli for the energy awareness, both on group and individual levels. Thus, this project is an important building block for an accelerated development of the energy region towards its vision
Mitarbeiter
Projektleiter
Ao.Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Michael Narodoslawsky
Projektleiter/in an der OE
Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. Helmuth Kreiner
Teilnehmer / Mitarbeiter
Dipl.-Ing. BSc Gerfried Klammer
Assoc.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn. MSc Alexander Passer
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
Externe Partner
  • JOANNEUM RESEARCH Forschungsgesellschaft mbH
Forschungsgebiete
  • Sustainability construction
Ende: 31.05.2015
Beginn: 01.06.2012
Ökoindikatoren-Bau - New indicators to evaluate environmental impacts of building products and constructions
The aim of the current research project is the identification of environmental indicators, which should be taken into account to assess and quantify the environmental impact of buildings and building products. In this project the indicators, as also the common LCIA-Methods, which are integrated in the EN 15804 at the moment for the construction sector should be adapted and developed further with additional indicators to build an essential basis for the ecological optimization of building products. The need of an further development of environmental indicators is given in the fields of land use and soil sealing, biodiversity as also human – and eco toxicity. In those areas the scientific point of view haven’t been considered in detail. The analysis of the different additional indicators should show the relevance for the construction sector, as also there should be shown the quality, robustness and the availability of the environmental indicators and the LCIA-Methods. As an result there should be identified suitable methods to show the priority of the environmental indicators. Furthermore the results should be a basis to supplement or revise the EN15804, as also to define the core indicators for NAD ÖNORM B 15804
Mitarbeiter
Fördergeber
  • Österreichische Forschungsförderungsgesellschaft mbH , FFG
  • Forschungsverein Steine - Keramik
Externe Partner
  • Wirtschaftskammer Österreich, Fachverband der Stein- und keramischen Industrie, WKO
Forschungsgebiete
Ende: 28.02.2015
Beginn: 01.03.2014

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