The SACUT MC-IAPP Project will bring four key partners working together for the first time, to research and develop a new technology that will
yield a step change in flow measurement metrology,whilst at the same time generating new applied science.
The research consortium will be led by Professor Steve Dixon, University of Warwick,UK, who is a leading expert in ultrasonic NDT field - particularly electromagnetic acoustic transduction (EMAT) and optical methods.
The Knowledge Exchange between the partners: the University of Warwick (ultrasonic NDE & signal processong) Elster NV/SA, Belgium (fluid flow measurement expertise), TUDA, Germany (CMUT for flow measurement in harsh environment) and the UK SME, (elctronic hardware expertise
for phased array devices) is critical to the project and will be greatly assisted by the secondment of existing staff and the recruiment of new staff.
Together the Partners bring excellent complimentary research expertise that is essential for the success of the SACUT IAPP Project and will be
critical in devleloping the next generation air-coupled ultrasonics systmes and solutions.