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New publication: Corona alternating current electrospinning: A combined approach for increasing the productivity of electrospinning

Corona alternating current electrospinning (C-ACES), a scaled-up productivity electrospinning method was developed by combining the intense forces of the alternating electrostatic field and a sharp-edged spinneret design with increased free surface. C-ACES reached two orders of magnitude higher productivity (up to 1200 mL/h) than the classical single needle direct current electrospinning (DCES) without any alteration of fiber properties.

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New article: Application of melt-blown PLA fibres in self-reinforced composites

The aim of our research was to produce poly (lactic acid)(PLA) fibres with diameters in the micrometer size range, serving as the reinforcing phase in self-reinforced (SR) PLA composites. Nonwoven PLA mats were manufactured by solvent-free melt-blowing technology. Three types of PLA differing in d-lactide content were processed with a productivity as high as 36 g/h. The crystallinity of the PLA microfibres was enhanced by thermal annealing. A 2–3-fold increase in the degree of crystallinity was obtained, as measured by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC).

Submission deadline for MSc and BSc theses

Dear Students!

The submission deadline for BSc theses (2 copies, 8 copies of 1 page summary, reviews)  is 19. december 2017.

The submission deadline for MSc theses (2 copies, 8 copies of 1 page summary, reviews)  is 16. january 2018.


Kind regards,

Alajos Grün

Application for project laboratory work

The application for BSc or MSc theses as well as project laboratory work requires an online action. Please note that consultation with the BME contact person (supervisor, consultant) should precede the online application.

János Schanda Scholarship

Call for applications of the Foundation of Hungarian Lighting Technology for the Hungarian lighting technicians to support the participation in conferences aimed at expanding international relations with professionals. The scholarship was founded by János Schanda back in 2014 and it is funded by the The Foundation of Hungarian Lighting Technology (MVA). The program aims to improve the international competitiveness and reputation of Hungarian lighting technicians, which is planned to be supported by the Foundation through the presence of international