Category: Sanitaryware, ventilation, cooling, energy calculation.
The framework agreement covers consulting for small to, medelstora- and large projects, turnkey projects (ABT 06) and performance contracts (AB 04) of nyproduktions-, maintenance and conversion character.
The Nuclear Physics group at Uppsala University is engaged in the construction of the electromagnetic calorimeter (EMC) for the PANDA experiment at the upcoming FAIR facility in Darmstadt, Germany. Accurate measurements of high-energy photons in the EMC are of utmost important for the success of the experimental program of PANDA. After scrutinizing different options for detector material, it has been found that crystals of PWO4 (lead tungstate) is the optimal choice for the detector material. The completion of the EMC is done in collaboration with physicists from several countries in Europe. The Uppsala group has been awarded a grant form the Swedish Research Council for the purchase of PWO4 as a Swedish contribution to the experiment.
The University intend to purchase between 75 and 90 crystals.
The Department of Chemistry -Ångström Laboratory at Uppsala University is engaged in teaching and research. The Physical Chemistry program at the department leads large, internationally leading projects on the molecular science of solar cells and solar fuels, within the national collaborations. The Swedish Consortium for Artificial Photosynthesis and The Center for Molecular Devices. This research is supported by The Swedish Research Council, The Swedish Energy Agency, The Knut and Alice Wallenberg Foundation, Formas, Vinnova and the Göran Gustafsson Foundation.
Central to our research on future solar energy technologies is mechanistic studies for analysis and understanding. 1 of our major strengths and activities is time resolved laser spectroscopy. We have recently set up nano-second laser flash spectroscopy with mid-infrared (IR) probing. This allows us to follow changes in electronic state and structure of enzymes, dyes and catalysts for solar fuels production, and charge carriers in our semi-conductor materials. This has given our research a competitive edge. This instrument is today directly used by a number of PhD students, postdocs and senior researchers. Through the desired upgrade this will improve the capacity and the range of results for the researchers in Sweden and abroad with whom we collaborate (currently at Max Planck Institute for Chemical Energy Conversion, Mulheim, Germany, Cambridge University and Imperial College UK).
The instrument today consists of a nano-second pulsed YAG laser/OPO and a spectrometer unit which we have modified for the mid-IR region. As IR light source we use a relatively new development of tunable, mid-IR Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs), with tunable CW output of 20-100 mW, low divergence and narrow band-width. Presently we can tune the probe light over a spectral range of ca. 250 cm-1, around 1 950 cm-1. Through the upgrade we will be able to probe over ca. 1300 -2100 cm-1 and thus open up for measurements of many more types of samples. Today we have 2 QCL modules and we want to purchase 4 more, in the same laser head. These are modules which are integrated with the existing system. The only company in the world that produce lasers with this specification is Daylight Solutions® (US), and their representative for Sweden is Laser 200 Ltd (UK).
According to chapter 4 section 5 p2 (2007:1091) the public procurement act the University is allowed to use a negotiated procedure without prior notice if the object of the procurement only can be performed by a particular supplier for technical or artistic reasons, or owing to exclusive. This is the case with the purchase of those QCL units. No other can or are able to deliver and/or install these QCL units in the existing system than representatives from Daylight Solutions.
The only supplier who can deliver this equipment is the retailer for the region, Laser 2000 Ltd, reg. nr. 2695835. In the procurement process at the time when the university purchase the existing system, 2012, it was only they who submitted a tender.
Uppsala university estimates that this investment will cost approximately in total 1 000 000 SEK.
Uppsala university will not start to negotiate before 2015-03-18.
Purchase item: LiDAR (Light detection and ranging unit that remotely measures the wind speed from the ground by using a laser together with the Doppler Effect)
The section of Wind Energy in department of Earth Sciences in Uppsala University intends to acquire one (1) scanning LiDAR within the project New European Wind Atlas (NEWA). The NEWA project is an ERANET+ project, meaning that it is an EU project that by two thirds is financed by a national contribution (The Swedish Energy Agency) and one third financed by the European commission. The project is a cooperation between nine European countries with the aim to generate a wind atlas for Europe.
There are a number of measuring campaigns within the project, whereof one located in Sweden. To map the flow field in three dimensions there is a need to synchronise three scanning LiDARs, since each one gives the wind speed in the direction of the laser beam. One (1) LiDAR has been bought into the project by the Danish university DTU (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) and two (2) units by the German university Fraunhofer IWES (Institut für Windenergie und Energiesystemtechnik). The three units have since acquisition, been updated and programmed specifically in accordance with the aims of the project to enable them to operate in synchronization. The synchronization increases the level of accuracy to the required level necessary for the measuring results.
The following step within the project is to place one LiDAR in Sweden, and continue the utilization of the two LiDARs in Germany. It is necessary for the data outcomes of these series of measurements campaigns that the three existing LiDARs keep their synchronization and modifications already made. The unique measuring results already acquired from performed campagins in different locations would not be comparable and useful with an acquisition of a new LiDAR. The one LiDAR currently owned by DTU is to be sold, hence, DTU (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) constitutes the one supplier on the market that provides the specific synchronized scanning LiDAR needed.
According to the Swedish Public Procurement Act (LOU), SFS (2007:1091) Ch. 4, 5 §, subsection 2, a negotiated procedure without prior notice is permitted under the circumstances where only one supplier can provide the item or service to be procured, due to artistic or technical reasons, or due to exclusive rights.
With the application of a negotiated procedure without prior notice due to technical reasons, Uppsala University hereby publish a voluntary ex ante transparency notice with the above intention: to purchase one (1) LiDAR, from DTU (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) CVR: 30 06 09 46, Anker Englunds Vej 1, Building 101A, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby Denmark.
A contract with the counterpart will not be signed before ten (10) days has passed after the announcing of this intention.
Technical consultants in construction, ventilation with energy recovery, heating and sanitation, Control systems, Refrigeration, Irrigation, Electricity, Telecommunications including alarm, Elevator, Fire and Environment for the new stadium area with its parks and recreation areas. The main arena will meet UEFA requirements Level 3 with the audience capacity of 8000-10000 visitors.
The mission is carried out in a consultant group with side consultants for other already procured disciplines of architecture, landscape, Availability, etc.
The client appoints the Project Manager and Technical Officer through separate contracts.
The Purchaser intends to sign a contract with one (1) per supplier of technology. The same supplier may occur in several technical areas.