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Journal of Plastics Technology 2016/04

Frictional behavior of dry fiber sheets manufactured by a direct fiber placement process

Frictional behavior of dry fiber sheets manufactured by a direct fiber placement process

To evaluate the forming behavior of discontinuous dry carbon fiber sheets made by a novel fiber placement process, friction experiments with fiber materials are carried out. In some cases the non-crimped and not stitched unidirectional fiber material is combined with a reactive powder binder. Testing is done on a setup which was built and evaluated especially for this application. In the experiments the coefficient of friction varies between 0.25 and 1.7. It is shown that the binder material, the fiber angle and the temperature have major influences on the frictional behavior.

Dipl.-Ing. Jaromir Ufer1 ; Dipl.-Ing. Carolin Cichosz1 ; Christian Stengel2 ; Helge Mühlschlegel, B.Sc.3 ; Marco Göttinger, M.Sc.1, Dr.-Ing. Lars Herbeck1 ; Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Drechsler2
1 Voith Composites GmbH & Co. KG, Garching
2 Lehrstuhl für Carbon Composites, TU München
3 TU München

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