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Calls for tenders found (4)

  • JRC/GEE/2014/D.4/0024/VL
  • JRC/PTT/2014/F.4/0030/OC of 11/04/2014
    In the nuclear energy sector, ageing mechanisms of relevance in the given context relate to the changing structural integrity of a material over the operational lifetime of the nuclear power plant (NPP) where the material resides. This changing integrity can either be due to changes in the structure of the material, as could be expected due to microstructural changes arising from environmental, thermal, or radiological effects; or macrostructural changes, such as cracking; or surface changes, such as caused by aggressive environments or wear. With this in mind, the ageing mechanisms of interest include but are not limited to thermal and radiation embrittlement, corrosion, creep, low cycle fatigue, combined creep fatigue, fatigue crack growth, creep crack growth, combined creep fatigue crack growth, and stress corrosion cracking. In this context, the JRC intends to develop a European Knowledge Base on Ageing Mechanisms of materials used in NPPs. To date, while the Contracting Authority is aware of a number of information systems at the level of individual EU Member States, such as Alma Mater , there is no such Knowledge Base at European level.
    Last Update: 23-04-2014
  • JRC/IPR/2014/H.4/0013/NC of 11/04/2014
    This call seeks to acquire ECMWF data at various timesteps for a period from 11 April 2014 to 20 November 2014. ECMWF daily data, forecast of daily data for the next ten days, ten-daily data and possibly monthly forecasts are requested by the JRC MARS unit for monitoring crop condition globally.
    Last Update: 22-04-2014
  • JRC/IPR/2014/H.4/0011/OC of 04/03/2014
    The objective of the framework contract is to provide the elements necessary for an understanding of how meteorological events impact on crop growth and to forecast the yields of the main crops in Europe, neighbourhood countries and other areas of the world. The contract has six lots: Lot 1: Meteorological information Lot 2: Agro-meteorological models Lot 3: Remote sensing information Lot 4: Viewers Lot 5: Provision of satellite-derived rainfall estimates Lot 6 Global water Satisfaction Index
    Last Update: 16-04-2014