Research Projects Self Healing Materials

 

Projects funded by IOP Self Healing Materials

Year

Titel

Projectleader

Section / Faculty

Granted in 2006

 

 

 

 

Healing Built-in Building Materials

Dr. ir. Erik Schlangen

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Self-healing of carbonated cement-based materials by special chemical agents

Dr. MSc. Oğuzhan Çopuroğlu

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Unravelling of porous asphalt

Dr. ir. Erik Schlangen

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Autonomous restoration of Polymer Barrier Coatings by Activated Phase Change and Stimulated Hardening

Prof. dr. ir. Sybrand van der Zwaag

Novel Aerospace Materials, AE

 

Pre-emptive healing of corroding coated metal surfaces by smart release…

Dr. ir. Arjan Mol

Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry, 3mE

 

Self Healing Thermal Barrier Coatings

Dr. Ir. Wim G. Sloof

Surface and Interface Engineering, 3mE

 

Self healing of ultrafine cracks in steels by nanoscale precipitation

Dr. Niels van Dijk

Fundamental Aspects of Materials and Energy, AS

Granted in 2008

 

 

Tuning the oxidation induced crack healing of Ti-Al-C ceramic composites

Dr. Ir. Wim G. Sloof

Surface and Interface Engineering, 3mE

 

Bio-chemical self-healing agent to prevent reinforcement corrosion in concrete

Dr. Henk Jonkers

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Modelling the self healing potential of dissoluble encapsulated cement systems

Dr. ir. Eddie Koenders

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Self healing of cement paste by expansive cementitious agents

Dr. MSc. Oğuzhan Çopuroğlu

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Predicting critical conditions for bacterial self healing of concrete and sand

Dr.ir. Fred Vermolen

Numerical Analysis, EEMCS

 

Development of self-healing precipitation hardened and dispersoid strengthened aluminium alloys and determination of their fatigue properties

Dr. Henk Schut

Neutron and Positron Methods in Materials, AS

 

Self healing of near-threshold deformation damage in Cu and Cu+B containing steels

Dr. Niels van Dijk

Fundamental Aspects of Materials and Energy, AS

 

Corrosion protective self-healing powder coatings

Dr. ir. Arjan Mol (together with TNO)

Corrosion Technology and Electrochemistry, 3mE

 

Nano-materials with tailored properties for self-healing of corrosion damages in reinforced concrete

 

Dr. Dessi Koleva

Materials & Environment, CEG

Granted in 2010

 

 

 

Improved creep life time of self healing austentic and martensitic steels

Dr. Niels van Dijk

Fundamental Aspects of Materials and Energy, AS

 

Self healing bacteria-based concrete: from lab table to outdoor application

Dr. Henk Jonkers

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Self Healing Thermal Barier Coatings: Experiments and Modelling

Dr. Ir. Wim G. Sloof

Surface and Interface Engineering, 3mE

 

Self Healing supramolecular nanocomposites

Prof. dr. S.J. Picken

NanoStructured Materials, AS

 

Electrochemical healing of suface cracks in MAX phase metalloceramics

Prof. dr. ir. Sybrand  van der Zwaag

Novel Aerospace Materials, AE

 

Corrosion triggered local healing in multi layered sol-gel coatings containing reactive inner layers

Dr. Santiago García Espallargas

Novel Aerospace Materials, AE

 

Encapsulated rejuvenators for asphalt

Dr. ir. Erik Schlangen

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

A novel cathodic protection system for reinforced concrete, using self-healing cement-based layers

Dr. Dessi Koleva

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Self Healing an -assembling regenerative electrode for proton-exchange membrane fuel cells

Dr. ing. Ger J. M. Koper

Self-Assembling Systems Group, AS

 

Healing in bituminous materials by phase segregation at (crack) surfaces

 

Ir. Alexander Schmets

Structural Mechanics, CEG

Granted in 2012

 

 

SH creep steels: from modelling to functioning materials

Dr. Niels van Dijk

Fundamental Aspects of Materials and Energy, AS

 

Conductive Composite Material with multiple healing functionalities

Dr. Ugo Lafont

Novel Aerospace Materials, AE

 

Enchancing SH of mortars by built-in crystallization inhibitors

Prof. ir. Rob van Hees

RMIT, Arch

 

Reintroducing the intrinsic SH properties in reclaimed (polymer modified) asphalt

Prof. dr. ir. Erik Schlangen

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Retrofit aged concrete structures with bio-based SHM

Dr. Henk Jonkers

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

SH hydrogels as depot for drug delivery in minimally invasive applications

Prof. dr. Jan H. van Esch

Self-Assembling System, AS

 

Production of SH slag concrete immune to carbonation and frost salt scaling

Dr. MSc. Oğuzhan Çopuroğlu

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Bio-based Sol-Gel Coatings and pulse technology for SH of MIC corrosion and hydrogen induced damage in offshore and underground applications

Dr. Dessi Koleva

Materials & Environment, CEG

 

Reduced VOC-SH ployimides from renewable resources

Dr. Santiago García Espallargas

Novel Aerospace Materials, AE

 

Projects funded by Delft Centre for Materials

 

Granted in 2005 (Title/postdoc/supervisor)

  • Self Healing of Concrete by Bacterial Mineral Precipitation
    Dr. Henk Jonkers/Dr. Erik Schlangen
  • Nanoscale characterization of Self Healing in Aluminium based alloys
    Dr. Sami Hautakangas/Dr. Henk Schut
  • Self-healing intermetallic-(metal, polymer) matrix composites
    Dr. Gui Ming Song/Prof. Sybrand van der Zwaag
  • Self-healing elastomer nanocomposites
    Dr. Fabrizio Miccichè/Prof. Sybrand van der Zwaag
  • Modelling of the repeated Self-Healing process in materials
    Dr. Ilya Kadaschewitsch/Dr. Stefan Luding
  • Active healing concepts – electric sensing and repair
    Plamen Malchev, MSc./Dr. Eduardo Mendes
  • “Blood Vessels” in Polymers for Self-Healing
    Dr. Denitza Lambreva/Prof. Andreas Schmidt-Ott

 

Granted in 2007 (Title/postdoc/supervisor)

  • A mathematical model to describe self-healing materials in three dimensions
    Dr. Serguey Zemskov/Dr. Fred Vermolen
  • Modelling of the repeated Self-Healing process in materials
    Dr. Olaf Herbst/Dr. Akke Suiker
  • Prototyping novel intermetallics for transformation toughening
    Dr. Emre Tasci/Dr. Marcel Sluiter
  • Chemo-Mechanical Investigation of Healing in Bituminous Materials
    Dr. Niki Kringos/Dr. Tom Scarpas
  • New perspectives for old mortars: self-healing behaviour of lime mortars
    Dr. Barbara Lubelli/Prof. Rob van Hees
  • Engineering Plastics with Self-Healing Capabilities for Coating and Structural Applications
    Dr. Tien Dung Bui/Dr. Theo Dingemans
  • Exploration of the self-healing potential of ionic liquids for solid materials
    Dr. Marcello Luppi/Prof. Barend Thijsse
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