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Kunststoffe international 2016/03

The Networked Car Body

Function-Integrated Lightweight Construction with Hybrid Yarn Textile Thermoplastic Composites

The Networked Car Body

Hybrid yarn textile thermoplastic composites offer enormous potentials for highly integrated structural components with additional functions, as represented e. g. by an integrated sensor network. The necessary manufacturing processes were developed by scientists in Dresden, Germany, and demonstrated on the "FiF" concept vehicle.

Bernhard Maron; Daniel Weck; Angelos Filippatos; Robin Höhne; Michael Krahl; Dr.-Ing. Pawel Kostka; Dr.-Ing. Albert Langkamp; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Niels Modler

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