Latest research at the 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials
TU Delft’s Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies Group and its partners present latest research at the 22nd International Conference on Composite Materials, 11 - 16 August 2019, in Melbourne, Australia
ICCM is the premier international conference in the field of composite materials, and covers polymer matrix composites, metal matrix composites, ceramic matrix composites, natural fibre composites, fibre metal laminates, fibres and resins and all the other classes of composites. The aerospace manufacturing technologies group and its partners present latest research on materials, processing and manufacturing processes.
In session 1102 green & natural fibre composites, on Monday, Aug 12th 2019 at 12:00
DELIGNIFIED WOOD REINFORCED COMPOSITES (DWRC) Marion Frey1, Livia Schneider1, Meri Zirkelbach2, Clemens Dransfeld3, Kunal Masania4, Tobias Keplinger1 and Ingo Burgert1
1 Wood Materials Science, ETH Zürich,2 Design and Arts, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts,3 Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies, TU Delft,4 Complex Materials, ETH Zürich,
Delignified densified wood represents a new promising lightweight, high-performance and bio-based material with high potential to partially substitute natural fiber reinforced- or glass fiber reinforced composites in the future.
In session 2206 Advanced manufacturing and automation, on Tuesday Aug 13th 2019 at 11:10
INVESTIGATION ON THE MELTING OF THE WELD INTERFACE IN CONTINUOUS ULTRASONIC WELDING OF THERMOPLASTIC COMPOSITES Bram Jongbloed1, Julie Teuwen1, Irene Fernandez Villegas1, and Rinze Benedictus2
1Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies, TU Delft, 2Structural Integrity & Composites, TU Delft
Continuous ultrasonic welding is a new promising high-speed joining technique for thermoplastic composites. This study aims at relating the optimum welding time in static welding to the continuous welding speed.
In session 4101 Nano-composites, on Thursday, Aug 15th 2019 at 12:20
NANOENGINEERING OF FIBRE SURFACE FOR CARBON FIBRE-CARBON NANOTUBE HIERARCHICAL COMPOSITES Wojciech Szmyt1, Michel Calame2, Celestino Padeste3, Clemens Dransfeld4
1Institute of Polymer Engineering, Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz, 2Transport at Nanoscale Interfaces, EMPA, 3Laboratory for Micro and Nanotechnology, Paul Scherrer Institute, 4Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies, TU Delft
An alumina coating of carbon fiber provides protection in the harsh conditions of direct carbon nanotube growth. We enhanced the alumina-fibre adhesion by surface treatment that promotes covalent bonding.