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Brunel Composites Centre as associate partner in CoPropel

Mon, 26 September, 2022

Brunel Composites Centre (BCC) is delighted to announce its participation as associate partner in the Horizon Europe funded CoPropel project (Grant Agreement Number 101056911) which kicked-off on the 24th of June 2022. The CoPropel project aims to develop ship propellers that are lighter, more energy efficient, and more operationally robust through the adoption of #compositematerials , hydroelastic tailoring and structural health monitoring techniques.The project consortium consists of University of Ioannina, Danaos Shipping Company, Bureau Veritas Marine and Offshore, Meca, Loiretech Ingenierie, Bulgarian Ship Hydrodynamics Centre, Glafcos Marine, TWI Ltd and Brunel University London (through BCC). BCC will lead the project in structural health monitoring signal analysis, as well as support in material characterisation and simulation of the RTM manufacturing process.