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13. April 2010

Magazine "Antriebspraxis" September 2010


Mit ihrem ultrahoch drehenden Motor schafften zwei Forscher der ETH Zürich nicht nur einen Drehzahlrekord, sondern auch einen guten wirtschaftlichen Start. Martin Bartholet und Christof Zwyssig haben das Projekt auch auf langfristigen Erfolg ausgerichtet.

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