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A process and load adjusted coating system for metallic inserts in hybrid composits

Ein neuartiges last- und prozessspezifisches Beschichtungssystem für metallische Einleger in Hybridverbunden
: Kießling, Robert; Ihlemann, Jörn; Riemer, Matthias; Drossel, Welf-Guntram; Dittes, A.; Scharf, Ingolf; Lampke, Thomas; Sharafiev, Semen; Pouya, M.; Wagner, Martin Franz-Xaver


Production Engineering. Research and development 12 (2018), Nr.2, S.249-257
ISSN: 0944-6524
ISSN: 1863-7353
Fraunhofer IWU ()
coating system; interface; intrinsic hybrid composite; organically modified silicate layer

According to the concept of an intrinsic hybrid composite, adhesive bonding is designed for generating the connection between the applied fiber reinforced polymer and a metallic insert. To induce adhesive bonding, a metallic insert, made of aluminum, is coated. This contribution focusses on the development of a suitable coating system. To this end, the coating system must meet certain requirements. On one hand, demands on the coating like ductility can be deduced from analyzing the manufacturing process. On the other hand, requirements like corrosion protection as well as high static and dynamic strength arise from specific applications under considerations. The utilized coating system is based on organically modified silicate layers (Ormosil) applied using a sol–gel process. To prove that this coating system fulfils the requirements, the corrosion protection is analysed by impedance spectroscopy. Furthermore, different mechanical experimental investigations are performed to verify the ductility of the coating as well as the strength of the resulting interface. Hence, it is shown that the considered coating system can be applied for the analysed intrinsic hybrid composite manufactured in series.