Composite Materials (Part 2): Self-Reinforced Thermoplastic Composites
Based on research results from the Transregio 30 special research area, it is illustrated how composites of self-reinforced semicrystalline or highly stretched amorphous films and fabrics can be manufactured for lightweight construction and applications, and what properties can be achieved. A locally differential thermo-mechanical process control can be very efficiently varied and thus allows graded properties to be adjusted in the interests of functionalization.Beitrag auf Deutsch lesen
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