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28 January, 2015 - 13:52 By News Desk

New generation of deformation sensor

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Established Slovak research institute has developed a new generation of magneto-elastic deformation sensor based on advanced amorphous and nano (quasi) crystalline materials.

The sensor was successfully tested on various samples such as water dam, tunnel and gas pipeline with excellent results. Application possibilities of the technology are in construction industry, traffic or soil mechanics. Partners are sought through licensing agreement, financial agreement or technical cooperation agreement.

Closing date: 14/01/2016

REF: TOSK20150108001

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