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Development of a high torque density and efficiency axial flux switched reluctance motor for electric vehicle

Autorea: Ismael Ruiz de Argandoña Arzallus
Data2018
Tesi zuzendaria Javier Poza, Mondragon Unibertsitatea

This research is focussed on the development of a high torque density and efficiency motor, suitable for cost-effective mass production.


Tribocorrosion of high-strength low-alloy steels and coatings used in offshore applications

Autorea: Ainara López Ortega
Data2018
Tesi zuzendaria Raquel Bayón, IK4-TEKNIKER y José Luís Arana, ETSI Bilbao

The present thesis deals with the assessment of tribocorrosion of HSLA steels used in chains of offshore mooring lines, which have been reported to be profoundly affected by both wear and corrosion during their service life. Additionally, the second part of the thesis is focused on the evaluation of protective coatings employed for the protection of steel components and structures from corrosion.


Double Smart Energy Harvesting System for self-powered Industrial IoT

Autorea: Borja Pozo Larrocha
Data2018
Tesi zuzendaria Dr. José Ignacio Garate, EHU/UPV y Dr. Susana Ferreiro, IK4-TEKNIKER

The present thesis work combines two alternatives of energy input and management on a single architecture. A mini-reactor and an indoor photovoltaic cell as energy harvesters and a double power manager with AC/DC and DC/DC converters controlled by a low power single controller.


Prediction of Moulds Wear in High Pressure Die Casting and Plastic Injection Moulding

Autorea: Borja Zabala Igartua
Data2017
Tesi zuzendaria Franck Girot, UPV-EHU y Amaya Igartua, IK4-TEKNIKER

This doctoral thesis deals with wear mechanisms, setting protocols to simulate them at laboratory scale and studying the influence of different process parameters, in order to predict the wear of moulds.


Ultrashort-pulsed laser ablation of poly-L-lactide (PLLA) for cell and tisuee engineering applications

Autorea: Rocío Ortiz Márquez
Data2017
Tesi zuzendaria Iban Quintana, IK4-TEKNIKER y Jose Ramón Sarasua, UPV/EHU

El objetivo principal de este trabajo de tesis es el de evaluar la tecnología de ablación mediante láser pulsado de picosegundos como método de fabricación de componentes poliméricos micro-estructurados.


Desarrollo de plataformas biosensoras electroquímicas para la detección de marcadores inflamatorios y de cáncer de mama

Autorea: Unai Eletxigerra Hernández
Data2017
Tesi zuzendaria Susana Campuzano, Reynaldo Villalonga, Universidad Complutense de Madrid y Jesús Martínez Perdiguero, UPV/EHU

En esta Tesis Doctoral se ha abordado el desarrollo de varias plataformas biosensoras electroanalíticas aplicables a la determinación de biomarcadores de inflamación y asociados a cáncer de mama.


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