Our Biomedical Use Case: Results and Application

Introduction Meotec carried out an FEM simulation analysis for replacing a commercial titanium alloy with an Mg-REE alloy as a Dynamic Compression Plate (DCP) in the case of a distal fracture 23 A2.1 occurring along the radius bone of the human wrist. Fig. 1 depicts... read more

Our aeronautic Use Case: Results and Application

A trade off study has been performed to compare stress analysis results of the Piaggio MPA (Maritime Patrol Aircraft) pivot fitting and yoke assy (Fig. 1), that connect the composite horizontal stabilizer to the vertical tail, changing the actual machined titanium... read more

Our automotive Use Case: Results and Application

The use case activity in the Automotive field analysed the opportunity to redesign a tailgate of a production car, conceived in steel, into LPDC Magnesium. This analysis was performed by Pininfarina with the support of the Remaghic Consortium. The considered... read more

WP5, Life cycle analysis results

This Life-Cycle Cost Analysis study was a part of the Remaghic Project and consists of quantifying the economic and environmental benefits associated with the new Rare Earth Elements (REE) and magnesium recovering process for the production of the innovative Mg+REE... read more

WP3: Results of the characterization of Remaghic alloys

WP3 has been devoted to cast different composition alloys and check the improvement of their performance. In this case, pure metallic rare earth elements were used (as opposed to the metallic oxides and oxalates delivered by WP1). Following a Design of Experiments,... read more

WP2: Recycling Magnesium Key Results

WP2 has been focused on developing methodologies to recycle scrap and scum. The scum it the term given to dross and sludge, which are impurities taken from the floating molten metal in the crucible and from the bottom of it (as seen in the figure above). During WP2,... read more

Remaghic, final publishable report

  Summary of the context and overall objectives of the project  Remaghic was focused on contributing to Europe’s rare earth recovery and magnesium recycling technologies, improving the efficiencies of these processes and advancing the technology readiness levels... read more

Remaghic, Final Review Meeting in Brussels

Last October Remaghic project partners met for the last time within this project. The reason for this meeting was not other than to review the project results, assess the activities undertaken during the second period and explain all the work done to the Project... read more

Remaghic, reinventing magnesium alloys

Remaghic is facing its last steps and we have decided to take advantage of this opportunity to publish an interesting article about our Project and its benefits for the industry in the Impact Publication. Prepared by Blanca Araujo and Federica Forte, the article... read more