Composite Technology: Prepregs and Monolithic Part Fabrication Technologies

Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH & Company KG, 14.06.2021 - 267 Seiten
Prepreg materials are pre-impregnated fibers for the manufacture of composite components, and are widely applied in the wind energy and aerospace industries. The properties of these semi-finished products, the type of processing, and the component design collectively play an important role in the quality and suitability for mass production of a fiber composite component. This book provides a holistic approach, showing the influence and mutual interaction of the parameters involved in the production of fiber composite components.

"Composite Technology" gives an overview of the current state of prepreg technology, generation, and development as well as their variations and trends. It covers the fundamentals of prepreg preparation and starting materials; processing technology and automation; interactions between construction/design and material and between tooling material and composite components/design; testing of prepreg semi-finished products and components; and typical error patterns.

The second edition has been systematically updated; in particular, new developments at manufacturers and processors have been incorporated. The addition of thermoplastic prepregs (TPP) and their production, processing, and testing completes the topic.

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Dr.-Ing. Hauke Lengsfeld is General Manager for the Epoxy Products unit at Schill+Seilacher "Struktol" GmbH, Hamburg, Germany. He also gives lectures at the University of Applied Sciences, Wedel, and the Hochschule 21 University of Applied Sciences on the production and processing of fiber composites.
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Neumeyer is, since 2015, Head of the “Polymers” division at Neue Materialien Bayreuth GmbH, a non-academic research institution.
Dr.-Ing. Javier Lacalle is Principal Engineer, Manufacturing Engineering-Operations at Collins Aerospace.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Altstädt is, since 2000, professor in the Department of Plastics Engineering at the University of Bayreuth, Germany. He is also CEO of Neue Materialien Bayreuth GmbH.

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