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  • Composites in Automotive

    1.11.2013

    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dipl.-Wirt. Ing Thomas Gries

  • Carbon Fibre

    Textile Manufacturing

    Resin Impregnation

    Simulation / Quality Assurance

    Recycling

    Textile solutions for mobility

    NRW / RWTH / ITA

    Contents

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  • From the fibre to the product

    3

  • Global demand for carbon fibre

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  • Carbon Fibre

    http://www.cardclothing.de/javasc

  • Production capabilities

    Carbon fibres @ ITA

    Scale

    Thermal Analysis Chamber Oven Laboratory Line Pilot Line

    5 10 cm 1 m 100 m bobbin

    Equipment

    Quantities

    laboratory discontinious quasi-continious continious

    Dec. 2012

    6

  • Recource-efficient and highly productive production of carbon fibres

    for a wide application spectrum

    Objectives:

    Increase of production speed

    Increase of capacity of the new production plants

    Lowering the power demand

    MegaCarbon

    Polymerisation Spinning Solution Spinning Procedure Stabilisation Carbonisation Finishing

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  • Textile Manufacturing

  • Textile Manufacturing

    TailoredBlank Tailored Tube Assembly Line

    TailoredNCF TailoredBraid Preformcenter

    Steel

    FRP

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  • Production technology for Tailored-NCF

    Enhancement of multi-axial warp-knitting machinery

    Warp-knitting machine Source: LIBA Maschinenfabrik

    10

  • BMW M3 Large scale production

    Resin Impregnation

    70 /day 1000 /day

    Minutes Seconds

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  • State Of The Art - Prepreg

    12

  • New Technologies at RWTH Gap Impregnation IKV

    Mould

    Preform

    Flow front

    Frame

    Matrix

    Discharge of Matrix Spread of Matrix

    13

  • Simulation/

    Quality Assurance

  • Textile characterization

    Friction coefficient

    Geometry

    Shearability

    Modelling

    Kinematic simulation

    Level Macro (Meso, Micro)

    Validation

    Digital Image Correlation (DIC)

    Modelling

    15

  • Real Time Quality Assurance

    Falcon (Fibre Automatic Live Control)

    16

  • Recycling

  • CAMISMA 2012 All rights reserved20.01.2012Slide Nr. 311ic0003_Short presentation_2012.pptx

    The value chain

    Goal: Cost effective concept for mass production of composites

    Starting materialsUD- and non-

    woven Tapes

    Simulation and

    Design

    Thermoforming

    and Function

    integration

    Multi-Material-

    Component

    Automobile

    sector

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  • Textile solutions for mobility

    19

    Quelle BMW

  • Lightweight construction with FRP

    Textile fabrics

    3D-Preforming

    Braiding technologie

    Prepregging

    Tailored NCF 3D-Fabric

    ITA-Preformcenter

    Braiding of a hub

    FRP convertible roof

    Crashabsorber

    Simulation Coating ficility

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  • Smart Textiles and integration of functions

    Textile bus systems

    Textile integrated illumination

    Sensor systems

    Heated textiles

    Conductive paths Conductive fabrics

    LEDs on textiles

    Sensor rope

    Illuminated structures Source: ITCF Denkendorf

    Sensor wear

    Heated fabric Source: Sefar

    Heated fabric Source: TITV Greiz

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  • Technical fibres for innovative materials

    Additives in thermoplastic fibres

    High modulus fibres

    Piezoelectric fibres

    Hybrid fibres

    Luminescent fibres High temperature fibres

    Carbon fibre Source: Zoltec

    PVDF- Fibres

    Glass fabric

    Fibre integration

    Hybrid yarn Thermoplastic FRP frontend

    PEEK Polyether

    ether-keton

    PEI Polyetherimid

    PSU Polysulfon

    Source: Ticona

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  • Recycling of FRP

    Opening of fibres

    Formation of nonwovens

    Yarn formation

    Bonding of Nonwovens

    Laboratory Card

    Aerodynamic web

    formation

    Ring spinning

    Consolidation of

    nonwovens

    Recycled nonwoven

    Opening roller

    web on screen

    Laboratory Card

    23

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  • RWTH Aachen Campus

    New form of cooperation

    between industry and

    university:

    15 relevant clusters

    Exchange of research results,

    employees,

    further resources

    Biggest European technology

    campus

    2 Bill investment

    till 2020

    Source: rha reicher haase + associierte

    ITA

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  • Aachen Composites Engineers - ACEs

    Integrated solutions for textile composites

    Objectives

    Interdisciplinary innovations and enhancements of:

    Products, processes, production machines

    Design, simulation and measurement technique

    Technology and know-how transfer between research and industry

    Technologies for composite structures in automotive applications

    Source: ACEs

    Component

    design

    Textile

    technology

    Plastic

    processing

    Production technology

    Automotive

    applications

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  • 4500 scientists

    2300 service personnel

    36,000 students

    750 Mill. budget

    40 % research projects

    RWTH Aachen University and ITA

    80 scientists

    55 service personnel

    190 graduate research assistants

    50 students majoring in textile

    technology per year

    14,3 Mill. budget

    90 % research projects

    RWTH Aachen University Institut fr Textiltechnik (ITA)

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    Man Made Fibre

    Technology

    Medicine /

    Smart

    Textiles

    Fibre

    Reinforced

    Composites

    Textile Engineering

    Our Strengths:

    Fibres

    Textile

    structures

    Production

    technology

    Application

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