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Process development and tooling design for intrinsic hybrid composites

Prozessauslegung und Werkzeugentwicklung für intrinsische hybrid Verbunde
 
: Riemer, Matthias; Müller, Roland; Drossel, Welf-Guntram; Landgrebe, Dirk

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Volk, W. ; TU München; International Deep Drawing Research Group -IDDRG-; Institute of Physics -IOP-, London:
36th IDDRG Conference - Materials Modelling and Testing for Sheet Metal Forming : 2-6 July 2017, Munich, Germany
Bristol: IOP Publishing, 2017 (Journal of physics. Conference series 896)
ISBN: 978-1-5108-4896-2
Art. 012043, 8 S.
International Deep Drawing Research Group (IDDRG Conference) <36, 2017, Munich>
Englisch
Konferenzbeitrag, Elektronische Publikation
Fraunhofer IWU ()
hybrid composite; tooling design; process design

Abstract
Hybrid parts, which combine the advantages of different material classes, are moving into the focus of lightweight applications. This development is amplified by their high potential for usage in the field of crash relevant structures. By the current state of the art, hybrid parts are mainly made in separate, subsequent forming and joining processes. By using the concept of an intrinsic hybrid, the shaping of the part and the joining of the different materials are performed in a single process step for shortening the overall processing time and thereby the manufacturing costs. The investigated hybrid part is made from continuous fibre reinforced plastic (FRP), in which a metallic reinforcement structure is integrated. The connection between these layered components is realized by a combination of adhesive bonding and a geometrical form fit. The form fit elements are intrinsically generated during the forming process. This contribution regards the development of the forming process and the design of the forming tool for the single step production of a hybrid part. To this end a forming tool, which combines the thermo-forming and the metal forming process, is developed. The main challenge by designing the tool is the temperature management of the tool elements for the variothermal forming process. The process parameters are determined in basic tests and finite element (FE) simulation studies. On the basis of these investigations a control concept for the steering of the motion axes and the tool temperature is developed. Forming tests are carried out with the developed tool and the manufactured parts are analysed by computer assisted tomography (CT) scans.

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