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HANNOVER MESSE 2020, 20 - 24 April
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BMBF Lighthouse Project SMiLE: System-Integrated Multi-Material Lightweight Concept for E-Mobility

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Language

German

Event Details

Type of event

Lecture

Topic

Integrated Automation, Motion & Drive, Lightweight Construction, Research & Technology

Event series

tech transfer Forum

Session

Innovative materials for lightweight construction - Organizer: Federal Ministry of Eductation & Research

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Description

The SMiLE project, co-financed by BMBF, developed efficient processes for manufacturing lightweight composites and presented at the tech transfer forum. Within the project a lightweight multi-material car chassis for e-mobility was developed and finally built up as technology demonstrator. The presentation focusses on the achieved improvements of the developed composite process chains. Two structural composite components were realized and integrated in the chassis as a module.

The front floor structure is a functions-integrated CFRP part with sandwich cores. Using the ultra-RTM process chain, developed in SMiLE, now allows a rapid and efficient manufacturing of this component. The rear floor body consists of thermoplastic tape and long-fiber reinforced thermoplast (LFT-D). This component is formed and compression molded with an innovative process, the so-called local advanced tailored LFT-D.

Speaker

 Dr.-Ing Philipp Rosenberg

Dr.-Ing Philipp Rosenberg

Group Leader Structural Composites, Fraunhofer-Institut für Chemische Technologie ICT

Dr. Philipp Rosenberg (M) studied mechanical engineering at the Karlsruhe Institute for Technology (KIT) and specialized in automotive and polymer engineering. In 2012, after successful completion of ...

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