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Lundi 21/11/2106 : Conférence-débat Reverse Metallurgy

L’un des creusets historiques de la métallurgie européenne, la vallée de la Meuse accueille aujourd’hui plusieurs projets d’innovation technologique dédiés au recyclage des métaux regroupés sous le nom de Reverse Metallurgy. Pour partager avec vous ces premières réalisations, nous sommes très heureux de vous inviter ce lundi 21 novembre à une journée événement placée sous le signe de l’interaction.

Electro-dynamic fragmentation lab

The Department Génie Minéral-Matériaux & Environment (GeMMe) has procured an electrodynamic fragmentation instrument called a Selfrag unit.  Breakage through electrodynamic fragmentation (EDF) has the potential to change how society approaches industrial waste recycling and manufacturing processes.  This could also have implications for product design and end of life, lifecycle legislation requirements.  This concept is not merely more efficient than a crusher nor is it a replacement for a conventional ball mill.

Reverse Metallurgy : PICK IT

Metallurgy is a skill that Wallonia can not lose. Thus, in the context of the Marshall Plan, € 41.5 million is invested in the "Reverse Metallurgy" project which brings together different industrial and academic Walloon partners in order to allow the development of techniques that better recycle metals.

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