MATerial Innovations for Safe and Sustanabale nuclear in Europe

MATISSE aims to make a significant step forward in the capability of the automotive industry to model, predict and optimise the crash behaviour of mass produced fibre reinforced polymer (FRP) composite structures, which will be extensively used in alternatively powered vehicles (APV). The ability to investigate crashworthiness of FRP vehicle structures by numerical simulation is crucial for these lightweight materials to see widespread use in future cars. By delivering this ability MATISSE will lead to safer, more efficient and more desirable cars. Modelling tools will be further validated through two automotive solution components: adaptive crash structures and high-pressure storage tanks. Future crash scenarios will be assessed and new evaluation criteria regarding safety will be developed.

Period : 2017 – 2021
Keywords : sustainable, European Energy Research Alliance, Joint Programme on Nuclear Materials
Website : matISSECordis –  MATISSE
Partners : 27 organisations from 10 European countries (including an international partner from Korea)

Ensait Contact : Christine CAMPAGNE