Composite Technology: Prepregs and Monolithic Part Fabrication Technologies

Hanser Publishers, 2016 - 205 Seiten
Prepreg materials are pre-impregnated fibers for the manufacture of composite components; they are applied widely 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. Current state of prepreg technology, generation, and development as well as their variations and trends 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; typical error patterns

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Über den Autor (2016)

Dr.-Ing. Hauke Lengsfeld is Technical Support Manager at Hexcel Composite GmbH, Germany.

Dr.-Ing. Felipe Wolff-Fabris is Director of the European Center for Dispersion Technology at the German Plastics Center (SKZ).

Dipl.-Phys. Johannes Kr mer is a researcher at BASF SE, Germany.

Dr.-Ing. Javier Lacalle is Project Manager and Technical Advisor at M.Torres Deutschland GmbH, Germany.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Volker Altst dt is Director of the the Polymer Engineering Department at the University of Bayreuth, Germany.

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