Displaying items by tag: Polymerhttp://innovations-strategie.deMon, 25 Jul 2016 12:12:21 +0200Joomla! - Open Source Content Managementde-dePolymers for high temperatureshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1511-polymers-for-high-temperatureshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1511-polymers-for-high-temperaturesPolymers for high temperatures

Polymers for high temperatures

ID: F1510-07

Many commercial and commercial programs require the use of elements that withstand very high conditions. Metals and ceramics have actually mostly filled this need with matrix composites capable of withstanding up to a number of thousand degrees Celsius. High-temperature polymeric composites would allow programs to take advantage of their lighter fat, much better exhaustion properties and ductility. Such materials could have significant effect on the weight and subsequent fuel usage and emissions associated with air transportation. A brand new task expects to deliver durable polymers and composites together using the required large-scale production technologies. The materials and procedures will probably be key enablers for development of tomorrow's eco-friendly aero engines and, in particular, turbofan engines. Scientists have concentrated on development of a cost-effective organic matrix resin that performs at 360 levels Celsius and can be effectively processed into carbon fibre-reinforced organic matrix composite components. Now at its midpoint, the project has almost reached that goal. The team developed a brand new polymeric resin system with demonstrated thermal security under the target conditions. More, the considerable characterisation confirms that the materials should be well-suited to the selected composites manufacturing procedures. During the second and last year, scientists plan to demonstrate the high-temperature polymer composites and related production technologies required to support the EU's objectives for lightweight and eco-friendly aircraft.

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  • Polymer
  • High
  • Temperature
  • Carbon
  • Fibre
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    grond@numberland.de (Administrator)Get in ContactTue, 27 Oct 2015 22:11:41 +0100
    New biomaterials for buildingshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1493-new-biomaterials-for-buildingshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1493-new-biomaterials-for-buildingsNew biomaterials for buildings

    New biomaterials for buildings

    ID: F1508-09

    Extracting, processing and manufacturing conventional building materials eat a significant quantity of energy. Novel biocomposites are reducing that embodied power and delivering high-performance, eco-friendly materials at no added cost. Outside building facades, internal partitions and suspended ceilings which form an integral part of building structures are characterised by high energy that is embodied. Biocomposites overcome the power downsides of current materials such as steel, brick, concrete and plastic that is even fibre-reinforced. Nevertheless, susceptibility to dampness and biodegradation decreases service life, particularly for outdoor applications. A new project has been launched to address these challenges. The objective that is main to reduce embodied power by at the least 50 per cent over current materials with no escalation in price. Consortium users have chosen four case studies to create demonstrators. The BIOBUILD newsletter has publicised the option of parts, needed performance, while the designs and manufacturing processes – all supported by life-cycle assessments to lessen the embodied energy regarding the parts. Researchers used two various resins: an unsaturated polyester whose monomers are partially produced from agricultural feedstocks, and a furan-based resin based on agricultural waste full of hemicellulose. The reinforcements are strong cellulosic fibres through the stems of flax and jute flowers. The focus that is main date is the furan-based polyfurfuryl liquor (PFA) resin. Scientists have actually explored parameters pertaining to its synthesis, curing and natural fibre impregnation. They determined that PFA resin is most effective to formation of prepregs, materials pre-impregnated with a resin system that currently includes the necessary curing agent. Researchers formed an Industrial Interest Group. The articles of these meetings can be found in the project site. The project has additionally been commonly publicised through postcards, leaflets, educational documents and posters besides the project's publication.  The task additionally exhibited at EcoBuild in London to produce the new items to a wider audience.  This is the trade that is leading for sustainable construction materials.

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    • Polymer
    • Biomaterial
    • Building
    • Energy
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      grond@numberland.de (Administrator)Get in ContactFri, 28 Aug 2015 08:50:18 +0200
      Composite moulds for improved productshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1487-composite-moulds-for-improved-productshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1487-composite-moulds-for-improved-productsComposite moulds for improved products

      Composite moulds for improved products

      ID: F1508-03

      Plastics and composites have improved products and applications in various companies, from automotive to biomedical to electronic devices. Smart composite mould technology will advance their state associated with art and expand markets for manufacturers. Various types of moulding processes can be utilized to produce plastic and composite components. The moulds have actually conventionally been manufactured from steel. Composite moulds are gaining ground, but mainly in manufacturing processes with relatively conditions that are mild. To be able to increase the temperature capabilities of the composite moulds so as to tap brand new areas, essential advances in mould technology are needed. For warming the mould and its particular articles, scientists embedded conductive carbon fibres close to the area for the mould among a number of nano-doped levels having high conductivity that is thermal. This ensures maximum heat transfer to the resin to cut back energy consumption. The group additionally developed flow, temperature and cure sensors to enable fully automatic process control in combination with analysis tools for process parameter optimisation. A novel system that is cooling of a network of channels that used the contour of this component. Temperature transfer fluid circulated through the stations to absorb temperature through the system. Two different actuators that are piezoelectric assessed due to their ability to enhance resin movement centered on electrically induced micro-vibrations. Finally, a new coating that is metallic on nanofillers and mineral fillers improved chemical resistance towards the resins and facilitated repair in case there is harm. The final tooling integrated all developed technologies and tested them in an infusion protocol that is experimental. Further optimization is anticipated to result in a breakthrough in smart composite mould design and extension of moulding capabilities. Manufacturers will be able to use the economical mould technology into the demanding environment of resin transfer moulding. This method is increasingly utilized to produce components that are smooth large surface areas and complex forms like those required by the aerospace sector. It shall also enable the utilization of advanced level resins that want higher conditions in conventional moulding procedures.

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      • Polymer
      • Plastic
      • Composite
      • Mould
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        grond@numberland.de (Administrator)Get in ContactFri, 28 Aug 2015 08:49:47 +0200
        Joining Polymers and Metalshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1485-joining-polymers-and-metalshttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1485-joining-polymers-and-metalsJoining Polymers and Metals

        Joining Polymers and Metals

        ID: F1508-01

        Polymer-based composites provide higher strength, lower fat, and better corrosion and effect resistance in comparison to metal that is conventional. Novel thermal joining processes to connect these with metals will expand applications and advantages. The advantages of polymers and their composites are essential across many fields, including transportation, aerospace and power also consumer goods and electronics. However, the polymer-based materials typically form section of an entire that nevertheless includes steel elements, meaning that suitable joining technologies are required. A new task concentrated on advanced thermal joining techniques. Thermal bonding has the capacity to totally join the areas of thermoplastic materials and metals without glues or technical joints, for simpler and more processes that are cost-effective. Further, heating at the conclusion of solution life enables separation that is easy of and disassembly for recyclation. Having chosen guaranteeing hybrids, investigators then centered on the meaning of processing parameters for each joining method because well because the optimal joint setup to boost joint strength of sand-blasted parts. Scientists have finally created a device that is clamping the laser joining process and temperature control systems for both practices. Thermal technology that is joining metals and polymer-based composites will allow the utilization of thin-walled plastics and long fibre-reinforced elements as options to metals. The technology will facilitate significant reductions in materials waste. Applications in the transportation sector may also enable reductions that are important operating costs and emissions.

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        • Plastic
        • Polymer
        • Joining
        • Metal
        • Corrosion
        • Resistance
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          grond@numberland.de (Administrator)Get in ContactThu, 20 Aug 2015 06:44:33 +0200
          How-to Collection Polymer Blowinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1471-how-to-collection-polymer-blowinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1471-how-to-collection-polymer-blowingHow-to Collection Polymer Blowing

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          • Polymer
          • Blowing
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            How-to Collection Polymer Cuttinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1470-how-to-collection-polymer-cuttinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1470-how-to-collection-polymer-cuttingHow-to Collection Polymer Cutting

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            • Polymer
            • Cutting
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              grond@numberland.de (Administrator)How-toThu, 25 Jun 2015 20:27:14 +0200
              How-to Collection Polymer Bondinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1469-how-to-collection-polymer-bondinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1469-how-to-collection-polymer-bondingHow-to Collection Polymer Bonding

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              • Polymer
              • Bonding
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                grond@numberland.de (Administrator)How-toThu, 25 Jun 2015 20:27:09 +0200
                How-to Collection Polymer Weldinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1468-how-to-collection-polymer-weldinghttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1468-how-to-collection-polymer-weldingHow-to Collection Polymer Welding

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                • Polymer
                • Welding
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                  grond@numberland.de (Administrator)How-toThu, 25 Jun 2015 20:27:03 +0200
                  How-to Collection Polymer Foamhttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1467-how-to-collection-polymer-foamhttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/how-tos/item/1467-how-to-collection-polymer-foamHow-to Collection Polymer Foam

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                  • Polymer
                  • Foam
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                    grond@numberland.de (Administrator)How-toThu, 25 Jun 2015 20:26:56 +0200
                    Mould tools with nanostructured surfacehttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1464-mould-tools-with-nanostructured-surfacehttp://innovations-strategie.de/index.php/get-in-contact/item/1464-mould-tools-with-nanostructured-surfaceMould tools with nanostructured surface

                    Mould tools with nanostructured surface

                    ID: F1505-10

                    Plastic elements are often created with injection moulding, an established low-cost and high-throughput method. For nano- and micro-scalе area patterning, a vаriety of сhemical techniqυes are often υsed. Researchers are dеvelοping a nanоimprint lithography-basеd tеchnique for structuring the free-form ѕυrfaсes of іnjectіon mоulding toolѕ аnd tool inserts.
                    Nanoimprint lithography is a trеatment tо fοrm patternѕ by mechаniсаl deformation. By making uѕe of moυlds and moυldіng tools with structured areas, the manufacturing prοcedure is greatlу sіmplifiеd. More, mіnimising contamіnatiοn οf natural matеrial with additives such as pіgments іmproves recyclability and sіgnіficantly reduсes рowеr consumption connected wіth naturаl material production. Sсientists develoрed а brand new metаl for the tools that'ѕ optіmised for nаno-strυcturing. A novel sυrfаce polishing proсedure has been incorporated into the milling machine for automatеd rοbοtiс polіshing. The robotic sυpply haѕ an intеgrаted optіcаl devіcе tо measure area roυghness during prоceѕsing.
                    Тhe technology will add a Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) fingerprint thеrefore that batches can bе іdentified with FTIR spectroscopy for cases such as product recall.
                    The proјect аims to рrоνide a productіon string to рroducе high-value plastic prοduсtѕ with fυnctiоnal surfaces by low-cost injection moulding. Тhe technology will signіfiсantly sіmplіfy the productіоn οf nano-ѕtrυctured plastic components for а variеty οf sectorѕ.

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                    • Polymer
                    • Plastic
                    • Surface
                    • Mould
                    • Tool
                    • Nano
                    • Structured
                    • Injection
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