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WNE 2021 – Leading event for the global civil nuclear energy community


SOCITEC will be attending the World Nuclear Exhibition in Paris (Paris Nord Villepinte) – France from November 30 to December 2nd 2021. WNE is -the top platform worldwide dedicated to the entire nuclear energy sector, for sharing, sourcing and doing business on a global scale, -an opportunity for companies of all sizes to display their know-how and skills in all areas of the nuclear energy industry, -a place to share experiences, with exhibition spaces, technical workshops, networking receptions, conferences on the latest developments and visits to sites of particular technological interest. Come and visit us at our booth 36 – Hall 7 Visitor access : https://badge.world-nuclear-exhibition.com/en/visitor.htm You may use inviting code EXH3041160
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SEAFUTURE – 28 sept / 1 oct 2021 – La Spezia Naval Base, Italy


Socitec, in cooperation with VULKAN, will be present at SEAFUTURE convention taking place in Italy from 28. september to 1st October 2021, on La Spezia Naval Base. We will be more than happy to welcome you there on VULKAN booth, keeping all safety precautions. SEA FUTURE is a business convention for maritime and dual use technologies, mainly focused on military applications. It is implemented inside a NAVAL bASE.
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IDEF2021 Istanbul tradeshow is postponed to August 17-20. 2021


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IDEF’2021 – May 25-28 – Istanbul


We are pleased to inform you that SOCITEC will be present at the 2021 IDEF exhibition taking place in Istanbul from 25 to 28 May 2021. We will be pleased to welcome you at our booth 303G / HALL 3
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Finalization of the INCAS Space Project – A Successful Technical Marathon


The Socitec Group technical team completed a successful journey within the framework of the #INCAS project. A collaborative project initiated in 2015, INCAS was designated as part of the 21st call for projects through the French Unique Interministerial Fund (FUI). Its objective is to develop innovative and competitive mechanical solutions to attenuate the low and very low frequency vibratory environments of sensitive equipment on board aircraft or space launchers. The working group, led by Avnir Engineering, called on the complementary skills of #Ariane Group and #Safran Helicopter Engines, manufacturers, laboratories, and research centers. Background: On-board equipment for aeronautics and space must demonstrate very good reliability and performance while being subjected to severe, complex operating constraints. The attenuation of dynamic low frequency loads to protect sensitive equipment is therefore critical for manufacturers. The project’s goal was to improve the lifetime of this equipment while optimizing it structurally, creating the challenge to find the proper balance between stiffness and mass. Achievements: This project, which included four engineers at #Socitec, ended this summer with proven and validated scientific and technological advances. Two new innovative solutions proposed by Socitec were able to cross the technological readiness levels TRL3 to TRL6: A hybrid blade-and-cable #shock #absorber intended to ensure #vibratory decoupling between the launcher and the payload to Ariane Group specification, and a range of dynamic absorbers to Safran Helicopter Engines specification aimed at reducing thruster piping vibrations. Socitec particularly appreciated the good collaboration, forging new partnerships between the members of the consortium. This journey was also extremely beneficial for the members of our team, who have gained skills and expertise, both in terms of modeling and industrial processes such as additive #manufacturing, without forgetting the enthusiasm and pride of having contributed to a prestigious project! Please watch the video to see the tests validating the Socitec solutions in a space-like environment during the different take-off phases and overall flight of a launcher. The last phase, in a harsh environment at design limit loads, is particularly impressive.
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Suspension of a surge arrestor using wire-rope isolators adapted to seismic conditions


To protect a surge arrestor in a nuclear power station against earthquakes, SOCITEC devised an isolation system using wire rope isolators and justified its choices with calculations and characterisation tests. The full set of equipment was qualified for seismic resistance by SOPEMEA. This article presents the results of the measurements and their correlation with the design calculations.   Read the article
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