17019/TUB TRL 3
Combustion Control

For the first time, this method offers active control of chaotic combustion instabilities that can occur undesirably in various combustion systems.

06023/TUB TRL 6
Counterpressure device for indirect extrusion

This invention enables the production of improved magnesium alloys, which are particularly interesting as lightweight materials in the automotive, aerospace and medical technology industries.

13054/TUB TRL 6
Fluid Distribution Arrangement

This new type of liquid distributor is used, for example, in absorption chillers and can replace systems that were previously more complex and more susceptible over the operating time.

13057/TUB TRL 5
Haptic System

As an essential component of the so-called virtual reality (VR), this invention offers the development of a mobile haptic device with high dynamics, large displayable forces, large working space and excellent spatial resolution. It can be used for example in product development or interactions between humans and 3D environments.

14025/TUB TRL 5
Ozonation via Membrane Contactors

This invention provides a way to purify wastewater from synthetic substances as well as bacteria or viruses.

14061/TUB TRL 5
Pitch Control System

This invention provides a control method for wind turbines to adapt their overall performance to the prevailing operating conditions.

18015/TUB TRL 4
Printing head for additive manufacturing with continuous filament

A device and method for constructing thermoplastics reinforced with continuous filaments.

17051/TUB TRL 4
Re-usable thermal interface

Wherever heat is generated in electronic components as a result of power loss, this must also be dissipated in order to prevent the components from overheating. The invention relates to a method for producing a composite material (metals and carbon), a composite material and a use of the composite material as a heat conductor as well as a heat exchanger. It enables an increase in the interface area and/or contact area of a redetachable and reusable thermal interface, thereby increasing the heat flow between two surfaces.