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(Published on October 2008 – JEC Magazine #44)   BERNHARD PLAGGENBORG, SALES ENGINEER, COMPOSITE MATERIALS, SGL TECHNOLOGIES GMBH SILVIO WEILAND, CONSULTANT AND PROJECT MANAGER, DEUTSCHES ZENTRUM TEXTILBETON (GERMAN CENTRE FOR TEXTILE REINFORCED CONCRETE...
Published on: April 20, 2011
(Published on June 2008 – JEC Magazine #41)   PROF. DR.-ING. AXEL HERRMANN, CEO   CLAUS FASTERT, PROJECT ENGINEER CTC GMBH   At present, the production of fibre-reinforced plastic components in aircraft construction uses manual manufacturing steps almost...
Published on: April 14, 2011
(Published on June 2008 – JEC Magazine #41)   KEVIN MICHAELS PRINCIPAL AEROSTRATEGY   The advantages of composites are well known: high strengthto- weight ratio, excellent fatigue and corrosion resistance, good impact resistance, design flexibility and...
Published on: April 14, 2011
(Published on June 2008 – JEC Magazine #41)   In this procedure, prepregs are wrapped around metal mandrels in a special wrapping technique. The inside diameter is determined by the mandrel, the outside by the prepreg wall thickness. The minimum wall...
Published on: April 12, 2011
(Published on June 2008 – JEC Magazine #41)   This technique also allows shorter component production times in comparison to conventional processes. Boeing was won over by the process: the approximately 5m x 6m "black" aft pressure bulkheads for the B787...
Published on: April 12, 2011
(Published on March - April 2008 – JEC Magazine #39)   CHAO JOUE, GENERAL SECRETARY, TAIWAN COMPOSITES ASSOCIATION   The development of the Taiwanese composite industry started in 1966 with a few manufacturers. The industry now boasts 450 companies with...
Published on: April 8, 2011
(Published on January - February 2008 – JEC Magazine #38)   JOHN M. CARSON DIRECTOR COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT TECHFAB, LLC   As a replacement for conventional steel reinforcing, carbon fibre grid can dramatically improve many aspects of concrete performance...
Published on: April 6, 2011
• Trade show focus: carbon fiber composites technology for the automotive industry • JEC premiere: presentation of a carbon fiber-reinforced plastic passenger cell for a BMW prototype vehicle   Dr. Jürgen Köhler, Vice President of the Business Unit Carbon...
Published on: March 23, 2011
The central component of the HP-RTM process is the hydraulic HP-RTM press with press forces up to 25,000 kN depending on the internal mould pressure as well as the size and complexity of the component. The Dieffenbacher short-stroke system means the HP-...
Published on: March 23, 2011
(Published on October - November 2007 – JEC Magazine #36)   An essential player The Augsburg site is part of Military Air Systems, one of the four business units of the Defence & Security Division at EADS. The other business units are MBDA, Defence...
Published on: March 21, 2011