Ultra Clean Pipe
BIC technical team in the field performing trials on industrial setup using final UltraCleanPipe prototype system. Positive results were obtained for analysis to further optimise the system.
BIC hosts 18M Meeting at its headquarters. Progression of technical work cross-communicated between project partners. Discussions towards the final aspects of the project for a successful conclusion.
Equipment in tuning for field trials.
BIC team travelled to site to discuss the possibilities of field trials and had a great tour of the site. En Route to Wigan, BIC team stopped by Bolton for discussions with a local nuclear site on potential applications.
BIC arrived at the Wigan site for talks on baked beans and UltraCleanPipe, in preparation for field trials and met the field team for identifying a trial set-up. Coming back with a lot of food for thought
UltraCleanPipe received positive feedback from the evaluation at mid-term review and all geared up towards the next phase of work
The UltraCleanPipe consortium members met in Brussels this week to discuss the progress of the project to date.
The research organisations presented their work, including the short film describing the project.
Also the video of fouling being actively removed from the inside of a pipe was shown, illustrating that the project’s concept is valid.
A new version of the film will be created suitable for publication and posting on this very website within the next 6 months.
The consortium is in the process of filming a promotional video for the project. This will include interviews with a number of partners, as well as an overview of the technologies involved and the project itself.
Coming soon, to a screen near you.
Small changes have been made to the website, including the FP7 splash screen. These have been made to ensure the website is in line with exactly what our gracious funders expect, which we hope will make the site better and more accessible to all visitors.
This is an otherwise quiet period for the project, as most of the RTD partners are currently writing reports in preparation for the up coming Period One review meeting – so apologies for slow updates lately!