Laura's Licence Portfolio
A novel, electrically powered, active variable geometry system developed by engineers at Imperial. Electrically Powered Active Suspension Systems provide the smooth and stabilising performance of an active control system with a compact, low cost, low power, fail-safe system.
This innovative technology proposes a new solution that improves handwashing practice and could help to prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as COVID-19, cholera and diarrhoea-related issues due to poor hygiene, especially in developing countries.
A novel permeable pavement resistant to clogging, with high strength and permeability.
Actively controlled flaps that reduce the drag caused by turbulent wake at the back of a truck, delivering fuel savings of up to 9%.
Innovative smart morphing technology that consists of a smart core fabricated from multiple layers of piezoceramic material in a honeycomb structure.
Innovative compressor inlet invention to increase compressor flow range with the use of an inlet duct that pre-swirls the inlet flow of the turbocharger compressor
On-board 3D printing, spider-like string dispensing and perching, multifunctional legs and origami bumpers.
Imperial College London Engineers have developed innovative driveline technology in novel series and parallel arrangements, reducing complexity, weight and volume and providing approx. 40% cost savings in the powetrain.
Shorter cycle times with lower energy costs for high strength steel sheet metal forming